International students who are eligible to apply as a Graduate, should refer to and apply for admission in the Bachelor of Nursing (pre-registration) and will be awarded advanced standing. The following relates to 2019 commencing students only. Students who commenced prior to 2019 are advised to refer to the 2018 handbook page. To support your studies, you may be eligible for a La Trobe scholarship or a scholarship from the Australian College of Nursing. Our student exchange program also offers overseas study opportunities with partner universities around the world. Part-time study options are only available via consultation with the Course Coordinator and the development of an Agreed Progression Plan. You'll receive advanced standing credits for your previous degree, enabling you to complete this degree in two-years instead of three. If your previous degree didn't include studies in human physiology and anatomy, you'll need to complete a bridging course before starting this course.
Health sciences courses
Graduate satisfaction and employment outcomes for Nursing courses at La Trobe University.