Choose the Western Sydney University Nursing degree and you will make a tangible difference to people’s lives. You will also be part of one of the largest nursing education institutions in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Bachelor of Nursing course at Western Sydney University has been designed to develop caring and compassionate nurses with the necessary attitudes, knowledge and skills to support all people across the lifespan, in diverse of settings, to deliver contemporary evidence-based practice. It is through this engagement with people that nurses have the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of individuals and their communities.
Integrated throughout the course are placements in a range of health facilities and community settings. These will provide you with a variety of clinical experiences, opportunities to practise and to consider career options as a graduate nurse.
Special and Inherent Requirements
Access information about the the Bachelor of Nursing special requirements.
Inherent requirements are the fundamental parts of a course or unit that must be met by all students. They are the abilities, knowledge and skills you need to complete the course.
Pathways to Nursing
Western Sydney University offers pathways from Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses into the Bachelor of Nursing.