Bachelor of Nursing (Graduate Entry) 2 year program (BNGE – January 2021 Commencing) 2年的护理本科不接受2021年1月海外学生网课 Students who have accepted for this course and who are currently located outside Australia will NOT be able to start in the 2021 program. The first seven weeks of this course include an important Nursing Skills practicum that involves significant face to face learning and assessment. Students unable to attend campus will therefore not be able to complete this component and articulate in March to the main two-year BNGE study program.
We will advise our students who have already accepted this course and are located offshore, that they will not be eligible to commence in 2021. They will be offered a deferment to January 2022 or should they wish to withdraw altogether they will be offered a full refund of their course fees.
All BNGE students who are ONSHORE in Australia will not be affected and will be able to commence as normal, on 11 January 2021.
Bachelor of Nursing 3 year program with 1 year of Advanced Standing (BN – March 2021 Commencing) 持有1年减免的3年护理本科的学生不接受2021年3月海外网课 A number of your students may have been offered places in our standard 3 year Bachelor of Nursing degree to commence on March 1 2021 with 1 year of Advanced Standing (usually given because of a previously completed AQF accredited Diploma of Enrolled Nursing 2 from a vocational provider here in Australia). Any student who has an offer for this program with academic credit of one year, who is currently located outside Australia will NOT be able to commence on 1 March 2021. These students will be offered a deferment to March 2022, or should they wish to withdraw altogether, they will be offered a full refund of their course fees.
All Bachelor of Nursing students with 1 year of Advanced Standing who are ONSHORE in Australia will not be affected and will be able to commence as normal, on 1 March 2021.
Bachelor of Nursing 3 year program (BN – March 2021 Commencing) 3年完整的护理本科可以选2020年3月上网课 Students with an offer for this course who are offshore will be able to commence but there are some changes to the course structure for this group. ANMAC have made it clear to Bachelor of Nursing providers in Australia, that no more than one semester of the degree can be delivered in an entirely online format. As a result, we have re-organised the first semester of study in the Bachelor of Nursing program so that students located offshore can commence on March 1 2021, online in 3 units of study. They will begin their program by undertaking the following theoretical units of study online in Semester 1 2021:
401001 Primary Health Care in Action 401002 Bioscience 1 401205 Professional Communication in Nursing
Following this they will need to arrive onshore to undertake a one week intensive unit of study at our Paramatta campus during winter school session beginning 21 June 2021, (students must arrive no later than 19 June 2021):
401000 Professional Practice Experience 1
We are hopeful that a secure travel program will be operational by mid-2021 for offshore international students who are required to enrol in mandatory face to face practicum components during their degree programs. The secure travel program will only be open to international student visa holders. The safe travel program is subject to Australia’s successful management of COVID-19, and the gradual opening of borders with appropriate quarantine arrangements. We will keep you informed as developments unfold and future plans are confirmed.
All students who are ONSHORE in Australia with a Bachelor of Nursing 3 year program offer will not be affected and will be able to commence as normal, on 1 March 2021.