Bachelor of Nursing at Holmesglen Institute, Australia

The Bachelor of Nursing places a strong emphasis on professional nursing theory and practice, which is underpinned by a philosophy of person-centered and holistic care. Besides that, Holmesglen is famous for training competent, talented clinicians that can provide tailored client care while being sensitive to cultural variations, using safe, moral clinical judgment, and having great communication skills.

Description


The Bachelor of Nursing places a strong emphasis on professional nursing theory and practice, which is underpinned by a philosophy of person-centered and holistic care. 


Besides that, Holmesglen is famous for training competent, talented clinicians that can provide tailored client care while being sensitive to cultural variations, using safe, moral clinical judgment, and having great communication skills.


Also, you are prepared for practice through a combination of classroom theory and the most modern simulation exercises offered in our state-of-the-art simulation apartments and clinical wards. 


At our Moorabbin campus health precinct, we have invested more than $5 million in the construction of Victoria's top-notch health training facilities and equipment. In a safe learning environment, Holmesglen students practice actual nursing techniques frequently. 


By placing a strong emphasis on inter-professional learning, you will acquire practical skills that will help you operate as a member of a healthcare team.


Besides that, your supported clinical practice will take place at a variety of hospital settings around Victoria. You will be introduced to clinical practice early on in the course through a variety of clinical assignments, including aged care, acute and subacute, community, mental health, paediatric, and high-dependency nursing.

What you will study

Program Structure

Core Courses include:

  • Nursing 1 – The Individual and Community

  • Bioscience Foundations 1

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 1

  • Professional Studies 1 – The Health Context and Nursing Profession

  • Nursing 2 – Foundations of Care

  • Bioscience Foundations 2

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 2

  • Professional Studies 2 – Law and Ethics

  • Nursing 3 – Clinical Care A

  • Clinical Specialty 1 – Care of the Older Person

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 3

  • Professional Studies 3 - Research in Nursing

  • Nursing 4 – Clinical Care B

  • Clinical Specialty 2 - Mental Health

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 4

  • Professional Studies 4 - Evidence-Based Practice

  • Clinical Specialty 3 - Rehabilitation and Community Care

  • Clinical Specialty 4 - Family Centred Care

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 5

  • Clinical Specialty 5 - High Dependency & Emergency

  • Nursing 5 - Models of Care: Chronicity and Disability

  • Integrated Clinical Practice 6

  • Professional Studies 6 – Readiness for Practice

  • Professional Studies 5 - Indeigenous Culture and Health

Learning Outcomes

  1. Provide clinically competent, research-based care all along the treatment continuum.


  1. Demonstrate cultural awareness, knowledge, and understanding when providing nursing care to individuals, families, and groups in a multicultural environment.


  1. Utilize reflection, critical analysis, and problem-solving skills when making therapeutic judgments.


  1. carry out risk-reduction, disease-prevention, and health promotion activities for individuals, groups, and communities.


  1. Utilize technology to advance information and healthcare


  1. Carry out the duties of a care provider, a care coordinator, a professional, and a lifelong learner.


  1. Participate in the provision of healthcare as an interprofessional member of a team


  1. Participate in positions of leadership that are congruent with the parameters of professional practice.

Career Opportunities

  • Critical Care Nurse

  • Nurse Case Manager

  • Public Health Nurse

  • Nurse Navigator

  • Pediatric Nurse

  • Charge Nurse

  • Psychiatric Nurse

  • Trauma Nurse and more. 

Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

  • Your entire academic record will be considered.


  • You may be eligible for credit transfer or recognition of past learning based on your prior qualification(s).


  • The Basic Key Skills Builder (BKSB) requires an online examination. Candidates must get in touch to arrange a Basic Key Skills Builder (BKSB) exam appointment.


  • You also must register with the NMBA as an enrolled nurse if you're applying via the Diploma of Nursing program.

English Language Requirements

  • IELTS - 7.0

  • TOEFL - 94

  • PTE - 65

Tuition Fee and Scholarships

Tuition fee

  • AUD $28,000 Per Year

$28,000 per year
  • Level
    Bachelor
  • Delivery
    On Campus
  • Duration
    3 years
  • Application Fee
    None
  • Intake
    Self-Paced
  • Language Test Score
    IELTS, PTE, TOEFL IBT, OET
  • Scholarship
    $2,500 OFF