At the School of Nursing and Midwifery we pride ourselves on our excellent reputation, both academically and clinically. Our teachers are active in their fields, and are committed to designing educational experiences for our students that are engaging, challenging and relevant. This contributes to why 99.4% of our graduates are in full employment within three months of graduating (My University, January 2013). Our students have access to the latest technology in our Simulation Laboratory, and complete clinical placements from their first semester, providing a hands-on learning experience.
Would you like to develop contemporary knowledge and skills related to the care of people living with dementia? If so, you will be interested in a new set of flexibly delivered and nationally relevant postgraduate dementia education resources designed by leading academics who are experts in dementia care and members of the NSW/ACT Dementia Training Study Centre (NSW/ACT DTSC).
Clubs & Societies
Student Health Alliance for Rural Populations (SHARP) is the University of Wollongong Rural Health Club. We are a student-run club for students studying nursing, medicine and allied health with a common interest in rural, remote and Indigenous health.