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What will I learn?

Imagine leading a team or delivering a change in the nursing practice. Australian healthcare requires a large number of nurses, who are in high demand due of their wide range of practice and medical care approaches. As a nurse, you may play a vital role in promoting health, preventing illness, and caring for all people by completing our Master of Nursing degree program.

This degree will equip you for a wide range of positions in the industry and in the Australian healthcare setting. Health care facilities and community health centres around Australia are among the places where you might find this type of work.

The course combines theoretical and practical knowledge in a way that allows you to continue working while completing your education. As a result, you’ll be better equipped to take full control of the nursing profession as it undergoes a rapid transformation in the ever-evolving healthcare environment.

To improve patient health outcomes, graduates will be able to implement culturally safe and person-centred care in their nursing practice.

IHM’s Master of Nursing course won’t lead to direct nursing registration with AHPRA.

With a Master of Nursing degree, you may advance your nursing profession and position yourself for leadership positions. This degree program helps you develop the advanced clinical decision-making abilities you’ll need to improve health care delivery in the workplace.

Registered nurses who complete IHM’s Master of Nursing program are expected to be able to integrate advanced nursing knowledge and clinical abilities in an ever-changing health care environment to lead and change their profession.

Course Unit

Graduates complete 9 core units, 2 compulsory units, and 1 elective unit within the first three semesters.

In the first semester, one of the two following electives must be taken: N9003 Professional Reflection in Nursing or N9004 Professional Experience Placement.

In the final semester there’s an option to select either 3 theoretical units or 1 nursing project.



Study options

Full Time (104 weeks)

Tuition fees
A$11,750.00 (6,46,315) per year
Tuition Fee: AUD $23,500; Administration (Non-Tuition) Fee; AUD $200 (Non Refundable)
Start date

4 July 2022, 7 November 2022, 6 March 2023, 3 July 2023


Sydney Campus

Ground Floor, 1 Wentworth Street,


New South Wales,

2150, SYDNEY, Australia

Full Time (104 weeks)

Tuition fees
A$11,750.00 (6,46,315) per year
Tuition Fee: AUD $23,500; Administration (Non-Tuition) Fee; AUD $200 (Non Refundable)
Start date

4 July 2022, 7 November 2022, 6 March 2023, 3 July 2023


Melbourne CBD Campus

Level 5, 131 Queen Street,



3000, MELBOURNE, Australia

Entry requirements

For international students

To be eligible for admission to the Master of Nursing course an applicant is required to:

Have completed a Bachelor of Nursing degree or an equivalent qualification;

Be an AHPRA registered nurse; or

Be a registered nurse with the Nurses’ Board/Council from the country of origin or place of residence and must have English Language Proficiency as evidenced by:

An IELTS level of at least 6.5 with no bands less than 6, or equivalent scores in OET/PTE/other recognised English examination; or

Direct entry through a pass in English for Academic Purpose (EAP) course with a minimum score of 70%

English Requirement

IELTS: Overall 6.5 and no band less than 6.0

PTE: Overall 56 and no band less than 46

OET: B for each test component