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Bachelor of Nursing Unitec Institute of Technology

New Zealand

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Summary

Our Bachelor of Nursing is underpinned by a belief that in today’s constantly changing healthcare environment, people, their whanau, and their community’s complex and diverse health needs require nurses who are well-educated, research-informed, and adept in critical thinking.

We believe the best way to develop and train nurses is through a balance of thinking and doing, so you’ll get to apply your learning in a range of health-related areas, and on placements at a variety of hospitals and health centres across the Auckland region. This is to ensure you graduate confident and work-ready.

Our Bachelor of Nursing is the only programme in West Auckland which prepares you for registration as a nurse and is approved by the Nursing Council of New Zealand.

Bachelor of Nursing highlights

  • Learn from an experienced and multi-cultural team, many of whom still work in clinical nursing practice, and whose value of partnership and care is reflected in quality teaching, support, and innovative curriculum delivery.
  • We’re proud to attract a diverse student population which reflects our local population.
  • Practice what you’ve learnt in a range of health-related areas, at a variety of hospitals and health centres across the Auckland region. Placement experiences range in disciplines (from acute care, surgery and medicine to rehabilitation/disability, preventative care, mental health and primary care). Locations include but are not limited to WDHB, the Mason Clinic, and primary health care organisations.
  • Access to the Waitakere Hospital Awhina Simulation Centre.
  • Over the three years of your degree, you’ll complete a minimum of 1100 hours of practice placements and approximately 100 hours in the Awhina Simulation lab at Waitakere Hospital. In your final year, you’ll work rostered nursing duties as you transition into professional nursing practice.

Programme content includes:

  • Human biology and nursing skills
  • Pharmacology
  • Effective assessment, management and communication of patient care
  • Specialist areas of nursing including care (medical and surgical), primary care, mental health, and family and community nursing. All contexts of nursing are evidence-based, ensuring the most current practice standards.
  • Evaluation of ethical dilemmas in clinical nursing practice
  • Exploration of the role and application of technology in the healthcare environment

CAREER OPTIONS

  • District nurse
  • Nurse educator
  • Plunket nurse
  • Practice nurse
  • Public health nurse

Course options

Here are the different ways in which you can study Bachelor of Nursing.

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees

NZ$24,000.00 (12,79,632) per year

From

19-Jul-21

Venue

Waitakere Campus

5 - 7,

Ratanui Street,

AUCKLAND,

Henderson,

0612, New Zealand

Entry requirement for international students

  • NCEA, Foundation Studies, a certificate, a diploma or equivalent
  • Provide high school results, maths & biology, chemistry, physics or science equivalent to NCEA Level 3
  • CV, statement of purpose, two references
  • online self-declaration forms
  • Provide police clearance (home country) and consent to a NZ police
  • vet check required.

If English is not your first language you need to have Academic IELTS score of 6.5 (no band<6.5) or equivalent.

Once you have received an offer of place, you’ll also need to complete or provide a current First Aid certificate from an OSH approved source (a requirement for clinical placements) and meet various Health Authority requirements including providing evidence of immune status.

* Please check with your chosen school for the exact entry requirements for your programme.

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