Master of Clinical Nursing - Uni of Adelaide

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Ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide* and located in the heart of the world’s 10th most liveable city**, the University of Adelaide offers the rare combination of elite academic performance and an unrivalled quality of life.

The University of Adelaide is Australia’s third oldest university and has a rich heritage of accomplishment, being associated with one third of Australia’s Nobel Laureates—five in total. Yet the focus remains firmly on making history, not resting on it.

The University is today home to 25,000 students, with 30% coming from overseas, creating a diverse community spanning more than 100 nationalities. The education provided is of the highest quality: ranked top 50 globally in four subject areas; top 100 in another 12; and top 150 in 10 more.# And all Adelaide degrees ensure students gain not only deep discipline knowledge, but broad transferable capabilities to explore every future opportunity. Consequently, the University ranks number one in South Australia for graduate employability^.

The University of Adelaide is also the state’s only member of Australia’s prestigious Group of Eight research-intensive universities, with 100% of the research assessed as world-standard or above and the work in 41 fields rated 5/5.

Flexibility and challenge  

Nurses are highly respected members of the community. They help treat patients in all sorts of health care settings and touch lives with empathy, compassion and humour. The Master of Clinical Nursing offers you an intensive two-year path to a rewarding career as a registered nurse.

What will you do?

This intensive degree cultivates the professional knowledge, skills and confidence needed to make a difference every day. 

You will:

  • benefit from small group learning and diverse student cohorts
  • develop hands-on skills in high-tech simulation settings
  • study anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology
  • gain a keen understanding of professional standards and ethics
  • undertake clinical placements in hospital and community settings.

Where could it take you?

You’ll emerge with an advanced professional qualification recognised Australia-wide. You could assist in operating theatres, emergency wards, and a multitude of other health care environments. You might pursue hospital roles in acute care, aged care or mental health. Perhaps you’ll work in rural communities or with aid organisations.

For more information about the program, click here.

*Times Higher Education, 2020; QS World University Rankings, 2020; Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2019.
**Economist Intelligence Unit, 2019. #QS World University Rankings By Subject, 2019. 
^QS Graduate Employability Ranking, 2020. †Excellence in Research Australia, 2018.