Master of Nursing

  • Delivery Mode: On Campus
  • Amount of Training: 2 Years
  • Online Fees:AUD 47,000
  • Payment Option Easy EMI Available

Course Overview

IHM’s Master of Nursing is curated with the aim to equip you with advanced nursing skills and prepare you for leadership positions. The competitive post-graduate program prepares you to make some advanced clinical decisions that promote the provision of quality care to patients. On completion of the Master of Nursing program, you will be able to apply this advanced nursing knowledge and clinical abilities in an ever-changing health care environment to shape the way the healthcare system provides quality care.

Details about the Course

  • Delivery Mode: Online
  • Interactive online classes with individual attention to each student
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  • Access to 24*7 Online Library  
  • Networking Opportunities with peak bodies and industries  
  • IHM Alumnus Status 
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  • Dedicated Student Support Team  
  • Work Integrated Learning (WIL) – learn as you practise 
  • Trained more than 3000+ nurses in Australia 
  • IHM formerly offered the nursing bridging program (EPIQ-RN)
  • Learn from expert industry practitioners 

Students who complete the Master of Nursing competently may find work as a Health Administration Staff in the following domains:

  • Health care facilities
  • Community health centres
  • Hospitals
  • Aged care facilities
  • Universities

Some of the specialized roles in Master of Nursing include:

  • Clinical nurse specialist
  • Staff development nurse
  • Clinical nurse
  • Nurse educator
  • Associate nurse unit manager
Pathway Preparation Courses

If you don’t currently meet the English language requirements for nursing registration, we are here to help with pathway preparation courses designed for you.

Complete a pathway preparation course and then go on to prepare for nursing registration.

  • If your current IELTS English score is 5.5 you may join a pathway preparation course in Australia for two years and improve your English and communication skills while working in Australia and studying a Certificate IV in Ageing Support (one year) followed by a Diploma of Community Services (one year)

The time is right to join an IHM Pathway Preparation Course because:

  • As a student, you are currently eligible to work up to 40 hours per week, and IHM will help you find a job, so don’t forget your nursing gear!
  • After two years of studying and working in Australia, combined with IHM’s English support, you will be ready to ace the IELTS test.
  • If your current IELTS English score is 6.5 you can progress with the Australian Nursing Practice course over six months, which includes OSCE preparation and a valuable four-week practical placement in Australian healthcare facilities.

Just follow these simple steps to fulfill your dreams to work as a nurse in Australia:

  • Complete the online NCLEX-RN preparation before you leave home; or
  • Travel to Australia with a student visa, and complete online NCLEX-RN preparation and test once you arrive
  • As a student, you are currently eligible to work up to 40 hours per week, and IHM will help you find a job, so don’t forget your nursing gear!
  • Complete the Australian Nursing Practice course over six months, including OSCE preparation and a valuable four-week practical placement in Australian healthcare facilities
  • Complete your OBA/OSCE assessment in Adelaide, and work towards IELTS 7.0 to finalise your nursing registration (remember you don’t need to finalise your English score until after you have completed the OBA/OSCE assessment)
  • Congratulations. Start working as a registered nurse.
What will I learn?

During this course, students must qualify for 14 units

  • 9 core units
  • 2 compulsory units
  • 1 elective unit
Compulsory Units
  • AI001 Academic Integrity
  • AI002 Aboriginal Health
Core Units
  • N9001 Professional Issues and Policies in Nursing
  • N9002 Assessment of Complex Health Conditions
  • N9005 Patient Safety and Risk Management
  • N9006 Research in Nursing
  • N9007 Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
  • N9008 Clinical Leadership and Management in Nursing
  • N9009 Research for Practice
  • N9010 Evolution and Innovation in Nursing
Elective Units For First Semester
  • N9003 Professional Reflection in Nursing
  • N9004 Professional Experience Placement
Elective Units For Final Semester

Option 1

  • N9011 Education for Practice
  • N9012 Contemporary Issues in Global Health
  • N9013 ePortfolio

Option 2

  • N9014 Nursing Project
Nursing Registration in Australia

For international nurses that want to practise in Australia, you will require a sound understanding of Australian Nursing Standards and nursing practice. Australia has adopted a new two-part registration process for international nurses: NCLEX online test and a two-day OBA practical assessment.

To successfully pass Australia’s NCLEX and the OBA practical assessment a combination of good communication skills as well as nursing knowledge and practical nursing skills is required so you may be assessed against Australian nursing standards and practices.

Recent graduates may apply for registration (you require 3 months working experience as a registered nurse) however employers in Australia are also generally looking for a minimum of one to two years working experience, preferably in Australia.

Working in Australia is a great way to gain valuable insights and knowledge about how the health system operates and the important role nurses play in delivering care. This will both help you prepare for OBA assessments and mean you have valuable experience when you are looking for a job.

Do you have a current AHPRA Decision Letter?

If Yes, then Australia is calling. You will need to prepare for the NCLEX online test and your OBA assessment which is completed in Australia. You can also again valuable work experience in Australia and prepare for OBA by joining the six-month Australian Nursing Practice course.

If you do not have an AHPRA Decision Letter we are here to help as Bachelor qualified registered nurses with IELTS 7.0 in all four bands are eligible to apply for nursing registration in Australia.

Remember, employers are also generally looking for a minimum of one to two years working experience, and preferably in Australia.

So, combine Australian work experience with a valuable four-week clinical placement and OSCE preparation for the best outcome when you ace the practical OBA assessment.

Just follow these simple steps to fulfil your dreams to work as a registered nurse in Australia:

  • Prepare for NCLEX-RN and complete the test online before you leave home
  • Study Certificate III Ageing Support online (this will help you find a job). This course includes a valuable 3-week clinical placement which you complete when you arrive in Australia
  • Join the Australian Nursing Practice course online and complete three units over 8 weeks before you leave home!
  • Book your OSCE assessment date in Australia (assessments are held every three-months)
  • Travel to Australia five-weeks prior to your OSCE assessment date
  • Complete 4 weeks of intensive OSCE training (part of the ANP course), and ace your OBA assessment in Adelaide
  • Complete your AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse
  • Finish off with even more valuable Australian work experience as an RN during a further 4-weeks of hospital placement which is part of the ANP course
  • Congratulations – you are now a registered nurse working in Australia

Rosanna (Online)

  Online Delivery
  • May 2, 2022
  • Jun 6, 2022
  • Jul 4, 2022
Fees and Charges
Tuition Fee : AUD $2000.00
How to Apply ?

You may submit an enquiry below. One of our representative will call you and guide you through the application process.

Acknowledgement

MWT Global acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.