Students enrolled in Murdoch's Bachelor of Nursing undertake a practicum component of six weeks in Year One, 12 weeks in Year Two and 18 weeks in Year Three.
This unique combination of workplace training and problem solving exposes students to a wide variety of clinical and caring experiences prior to graduation.
At least one third of the clinical experiences will be successfully achieved in the Peel region, with the remainder being in Perth metropolitan hospitals.
Emphasis throughout the theoretical and clinical program will be on professional competence, ensuring that graduating nurses will provide high quality patient care.
Social life is also given importance and there are student’s hubs and a launchpad for this purpose.
Likeminded youngsters can connect and brainstorm on ideas that are innovative at the launchpad and then work on it using the latest equipment and technology.
Murdoch University's School of Nursing offers a three-year Bachelor of Nursing with the aim of producing graduates who will become professional health care providers in a variety of clinical settings.
This education course adds to Murdoch University's excellent track record in the field health and biological sciences.
There are also recreational facilities and both indoor and outdoor sports that students can participate in.
As far as learning is concerned, one can make use of the Chiropractic Clinic, veterinary facilities, Media Arts Centre with TV and radio stations and more.