Master of Nursing International

University of Wollongong – Australia

Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Master of Nursing International
Duration2 Years
LevelMasters Program
  • The Master of Nursing International is a two-year degree that is designed to prepare nurses for professional roles in the health care system
  • The main objectives of the degree are to provide an academic avenue for professional development, knowledge, and the application of the evidence-based practice
  • The course is designed to build upon the academic strengths of the School of Nursing, including primary health, mental health, aged and dementia care, clinical excellence, and research principles and methods
  • These topics will facilitate the all-around development of health professionals to seamlessly transition into professional roles in the health care system
  • The course is delivered via weekly online learning activities in each subject over the course of each semester. It also features intensive face-to-face workshops, which are delivered on-campus each semester
Fees componentsAmount
Tuition & fees3333092 INR
Hostel & Meals767311 INR
Insurance33430 INR
Housing Application Fee1571 INR
Residential pre-payment fee28045 INR
Student Services and Amenities Fee17276 INR
Ancillary fees28045 INR
Total875678 INR

Entry Criteria

Class 12thNo specific cutoff mentioned
BachelorsNo specific cutoff mentioned
  • A recognized Bachelor degree in Nursing of at least three years’ duration or a Graduate Certificate in Nursing from a recognized tertiary institution required
ExamsTOEFL: 86
  • Reading: 18
  • Writing: 18
  • Listening: 17
  • Speaking: 17

IELTS: 6.5
  • Reading-6.0
  • Writing-6.0
  • Listening-6.0
  • Speaking-6.0

PTE: 62
  • With a minimum score of 54 in all components

Additional info
  • Applicants may be considered as meeting the English language requirements if successfully completing two (2) years of secondary or tertiary study at an approved institution within the last two years where:

    • the language of instruction was English; and
    • the institution is located in a country where the official language is English
  • Academic transcripts and an official letter from the institution certifying that English was the sole language of instruction and assessment must be provided
  • Previous study in English is considered on a case-by-case basis and does not automatically meet UOW's English language requirements
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