Work on the frontline, improving health, saving lives and making a difference with a Nursing course.
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How to become a Nurse?
Our Bachelor of Nursing will prepare you to enter a career as a Registered Nurse in the Australian healthcare environment. You will learn vital skills in assessment and clinical decision-making, person-centred care, professional communication, enquiry and research, awareness of diversity and self-care practices. The course will provide you with an opportunity to deliver care in multiple industry and community settings.
Future-proof your career
Our diverse academics and industry partners will help you gain new perspectives and a wide-reaching business network.
Strong employment opportunities
Demand for qualified Nurses far exceeds supply in Australia, so a Nursing degree will open doors for your career.
A more collaborative experience
Our smaller class sizes provide a more immersive and effective learning environment. Collaborate with peers and spend more time with academics in your field.
Get more out of passionate academics
With the guidance of our industry-leading experts, you can become a leader in your field.
Bachelor of Nursing
This course is provided by Torrens University Australia, part of Torrens Global Education.
HLT54121 Diploma of Nursing
This course is provided by Think Education, part of Torrens Global Education.
Why study with us?
As the country’s fastest-growing university, Torrens University Australia brings a fresh approach to higher education. With employability at the centre of everything we do, we offer industry-relevant courses taught by leading experts. Our flexible study options, personalised approach and partnership placements will help you find a career you love.
Your teachers and academics
Active on the forefront of their field, our industry-connected educational facilitators are here to help you achieve your career goal.
Professor Kathleen Tori
Head of Nursing
Professor Kathleen Tori is a highly motivated and committed nursing academic with an extensive background in learning and teaching, underpinned with higher degree studies in educational pedagogies and curriculum development. Kathy completed her Ph.D. in 2017 and her research interests include all facets of the Australian Nurse Practitioner models of care: transitional processes of the role, barriers, and enablers that challenge successful implementation, including the economic impact and the sustainability of emerging nurse-led health care, particularly in rural areas. In addition to her academic and research profile, Kathy is an advanced practice nurse and was endorsed as a Nurse Practitioner in the specialty areas of Emergency Nursing and Critical Care, prior to moving to Primary Health Nursing. Kathleen demonstrates excellence in nursing and was awarded a Fellowship from the Australian College of Nurse Practitioners in 2016. Kathy has several professional affiliations, both nationally and internationally, and she was the National Secretary for the Australian College of Nurse Practitioners from 2016-2019.
Associate Dean of Health and Education
After completing her PhD in Neuroscience at La Trobe University, Pam conducted post-doctoral research at the Medical College of related Wisconsin, USA, studying circadian rhythms.
Choose a campus to suit your lifestyle
We have built first-class campus facilities in central locations across Australia so you can decide where you study.
Flinders Street campus
Design and Creative Technology, Health, Business, Hospitality, English Language Centre
196 Flinders Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000Gotha Street campus
123 Gotha Street
Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006Surry Hills, Central Sydney campusHealth, Business and Hospitality
17-51 Foveaux Street
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Wakefield Street campus
Business, Design and Creative Technology, Health, Hospitality, English Language Centre
88 Wakefield Street
Adelaide, SA 5000