Specific program requirements for admission are dependent on which pathway into the Program you require.
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia determines the eligibility to undertake a Re-entry or Bridging program.
- All applicants must have a Bachelor of Nursing or equivalent
- Prospective students for 'Re-entry' or 'Bridging' pathways must have a valid AHPRA referral letter; the letter must be valid for the duration of the program and an additional 4 weeks following completion
- All applicants must have a valid criminal record check.
- Non Australian citizens are required to provide a criminal record check from country of origin and any country resided in after the age of 16
- All applicants must provide a record of immunisation - and provide evidence that they meet the NSW Ministry of Health OR WA Department of Health immunisation requirements.
- International applicants must hold a valid Australian visa until course completion
- All applicants must have a valid Working With Children Check
If unable to provide a Police Certificate from your home country or any country you have resided in since turning 16 years of age, a Statutory Declaration must be completed. This Declaration must state that you have no pending criminal charges or convictions from your home country or any country that you have resided in. If you do have such records, you must list date of any offences, the type of offence and the court outcome.