Why study a nursing or midwifery degree?
Whether you’re starting or advancing your career, CDU’s flexible nursing and midwifery courses can help you reach your goals without putting your life on hold.
Study an undergraduate degree to be eligible to qualify as a registered nurse or midwife, or study a postgraduate course to specialise or move into leadership positions.
We’ve been offering nursing and midwifery degrees for decades and specialise in supporting busy students. You can study nursing or midwifery online or on campus and switch between part-time and full-time study as you need.
However you choose to study your nursing or midwifery degree, you’ll gain practical experience in actual health settings through placements and clinical simulation suites.
Choose CDU for nursing and midwifery courses
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100% flexible to study however it suits you
Choose to study online or on campus, part time or full time
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Study nursing or midwifery online
Our online nursing and midwifery degrees give you the flexibility to:
- Study the theory component of a nursing or midwifery degree 100% online
- Complete placements close to your home
- Take part in clinical training at one of our many state-of-the-art simulation suites located in major cities around Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Darwin and Alice Springs)
- Finish your clinical training as an intensive unit in as little as two weeks, rather than over a whole semester.
When you study nursing or midwifery online with us, you’ll have access to round-the-clock academic and technical support, 1:1 support from lecturers and a world-class online learning platform.
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Your career in nursing and midwifery
Study nursing or midwifery at CDU to enter a world of opportunities in healthcare.
A Diploma of Nursing is the minimum requirement to become an Enrolled Nurse (EN) in Australia, while a Bachelor of Nursing qualifies you to register as a Registered Nurse (RN). Our undergraduate nursing courses can lead to roles in hospitals and medical clinics across the country, where you can make an impact on the lives of patients in a wide range of areas from acute and chronic care to mental health, aged care, and more.
A Bachelor of Midwifery qualifies to you register as a midwife. With this degree, you may find career opportunities in midwifery group practice, public and private hospitals, and more.
You can continue your studies to specialise further or gain additional qualifications with our postgraduate nursing courses.