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2 Nursing Nursing is an exciting, diverse and rewarding career in which you can make a true difference in people s lives. Qualified nurses have a wide range of career options, from working in public or private hospitals to community healthcare, aid organisations and regional healthcare. Study nursing at the University of Adelaide and you ll start your practical experience very early in your degree, which means you ll be more than ready to step into a nursing career when you graduate. Nursing at the University of Adelaide is held in high regard professionally, due to the balance of clinical practice and academic theory in the degree. You ll be taught by our practising clinicians who have a wealth of nursing experience. We ve developed this degree in consultation with the health and nursing industry, which means you ll learn the most relevant and up-to-date theory and receive hands-on experience to help you be job-ready when you graduate. What you will study Our innovative model of clinical practice means you will gain hands-on, real experience from the earliest stages of your degree. South Australian Health and Biomedical precinct In first year, for two days per week you will be on clinical placement as well as attending oncampus sessions for three days a week. In second and third year for three days a week, you will be on clinical placement as well as attending on-campus sessions for two days where you will learn in small groups. The degree is structured so that your learning is focused around integrated problem solving, so you can apply your clinical knowledge and theoretical understanding in a variety of contexts. Add this to the extensive practical experience you ll receive from your first semester of study, and you ll graduate confident to start your career as a Registered Nurse. Our university prepares educated leaders who are career and life ready, not just ready for a job. You will graduate with strong professional skills and confidence to excel in your career. Undergraduate degree: Bachelor of Nursing Honours degree: Honours degree of Bachelor of Nursing Your future in nursing A career in nursing will allow you to work in a variety of health care settings, including: > > public, private or community healthcare > > clinical practice in metropolitan, regional, rural or remote settings in both australia and oversees > > academia/clinical testing > > health research > > health service management > > aid organisations Your career pathways include: > > medical/surgical nursing > > aged care nursing > > community nursing > > critical care nursing > > drug and alcohol nursing or education > > emergency nursing > > mental health nursing > > rural and remote nursing > > public health nursing Fit uni into life Attendance at university is less structured than time spent at high school. The hours spent on campus in lectures, tutorials, practicals or in the field known as contact hours depend on the program students enrol in, study mode selected (internal, external, online or flexible learning) and course choices. This diary snapshot is only one example of how a student may choose to schedule their university study and life. 17 Monday October am 5pm Uni 12:30 Meet Jayne for lunch at Hub Central 7pm 9pm Hockey practice on Uni oval 2 October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa Tuesday October am 5pm Uni 5:30pm 9pm Shift at Cafe

3 State-of-the-art skills facility The Robin Warren Clinical Skills Laboratory is located on the first floor of the Medical School South building. It provides a shared training facility for nursing and medical students. The contemporary and versatile layout, which mirrors the concept of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, is beneficial to the learning and teaching needs of various student groups and year levels. Working in a suite of 10 single-bed patient rooms, students are able to gain confidence and skills just as they would in the clinical space. The laboratory is an integral part of teaching and enables students to develop practical skills in a safe and non-threatening environment. Take a virtual tour of the facility at: West End development Nursing and Medicine students will be moving into a brand new, leading edge Adelaide Medical and Nursing Schools building in Located in the South Australian Health and Biomedical Precinct, the wider development will incorporate the new Royal Adelaide Hospital and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in the city s West End. The new facility will foster the transformation of health education, research and patient care through high quality clinical training spaces that place strong emphasis on inter-professional learning, further use of simulation in training for clinical practice, and a state-of-the art research laboratory space which has the ability to link the latest research to clinical practice. How many hours will I spend at Uni? As a full-time student on campus you should expect to spend about hours each week in lectures or tutorials between 8am and 9pm, Monday to Friday. Practical courses will require out-of-hours involvement and some courses, such as Nursing, Dental and Medicine, require off-campus placements. Life experience through Global Learning All students will have the opportunity to study overseas through a range of programs, including student exchange, study tours and summer and winter schools. There are many exciting opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas and Africa. For information visit: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders The University of Adelaide values diversity where the rich cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are taught, supported and celebrated. Wirltu Yarlu provide a range of services, schemes and preparation programs that are designed to support your desire to gain educational outcomes. Wirltu Yarlu is a place where students can soar to new heights. For information visit: Small group discovery There is a commitment to give all students the opportunity to learn in small groups, peer-to-peer and under the guidance of leading academics and researchers. This experience will enhance students initiative and creativity maximising studying in a research intensive university. For information visit: Advanced Bachelors High achieving students who are inspired by the opportunity to contribute to the world s important discoveries and research advancements should consider the Advanced Bachelors degrees. These programs provide a unique close quarters learning experience with academics of international distinction. For information visit: 19 Wednesday October Thursday October Friday October am 5pm Uni 7pm Film Club night Meet at Unibar 1:30 9:30pm Clinical placement Grocery shopping 7am 3pm Clinical placement 10pm Drinks at Uni Bar 11pm Matts band Finish essay this weekend October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa October 2016 Su Mo Tu We Th Fri Sa

4 Bachelor of Nursing nursing SATAC code: Duration: 3 years full-time (or part-time equivalent) Location: North Terrace campus 2015 local cut-offs: ATAR: IB: international cut-offs: ATAR: 70 IB: 25 Prerequisites: The Bachelor of Nursing does not have any formal prerequisites. However, students will find year 12 Biology and year 10 or above Mathematics (or equivalents) useful. STAT entry: yes Tertiary/internal transfer: yes Tertiary transfer pathway (University health science-related degree): Tertiary transfer applications will be considered case-by-case. VET/TAFE minimum entrance requirements: completed Diploma + + Credit may be available; please refer to credit calculator: ua.edu.au/credit-calculator Please note: The information on Degree Finder sets out the eligibility requirements and selection process in detail. Failure to read the information on this website and related pages will not be grounds for special consideration. Why study the Bachelor of Nursing? The Bachelor of Nursing degree has been designed to develop future nursing leaders and researchers. If you have a strong interest and aptitude for nursing and are interested in a career involving research and practice at the cutting edge, this degree has been designed for you. Practical experience Throughout the degree, you will be placed in a range of health facilities and community settings. These will provide you with a variety of clinical experiences, opportunities to practice and to consider career options as a graduate nurse. Key features of the degree: > > emphasis on health care as a dynamic and ever-changing system > > focus on practice > > reliance on experiential learning > > philosophy of person-centred nursing Indicative study plan Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Semester 1 Semester 2 > > Communication and Professional Nursing I > > Biology of Nursing Practice > > Microbiology and Infection Control > > Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing I > > Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing III > > Nursing and Older People > > Biology of Human Disease I > > Chronic Disease and Disability > > Nursing in Complex Settings I > > Mental Health Nursing > > Nursing in Complex Settings II > > Nursing in an International Context > > increased emphasis on health, health promotion and primary care-led health services > > preparation for evidence-based practice > > emphasis developing team-work skills > > interdisciplinary learning > > information technology literacy > > integration of research > > identifying the international nature of nursing > > ensuring sophisticated skills in the transition to the role of the registered nurse. The Bachelor of Nursing prepares graduates who are well-educated, both academically and clinically, to meet the ongoing changes and challenges of a twenty-first century health care system. Clinical placements Students will work in clinical area as members of the health care team with additional clinical support from clinical lecturers. Placements will vary across different practice settings, from acute care tertiary to primary health care areas. For example, clinical placement may be undertaken at the Royal Adelaide Hospital North Terrace and Glenside campuses, Calvary Health Care Group Adelaide and the Resthaven Group of residential care facilities. Clinical placements are not restricted to the University teaching semesters. One of the most important strengths of this innovative degree is the substantial length of time dedicated to learning in practice. > > Communications and Professional Nursing II > > Pharmacology for Nursing I > > Research methods and Evidence Based Practice > > Health Assessment and Clinical Nursing II > > Biology of Human Disease II > > Community Health and Primary Care > > Pharmacology for Nursing II > > Health Assessment for Clinical Nursing IV > > Nursing in Complex Settings II > > Leadership and Transition to Practice > > Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health > > Palliative Care Nursing Students will be introduced to the practice environment in a structured manner and will be able to integrate knowledge with practice. Annual clinical placements will extend from 35 to 40 weeks (two days per week in year 1, three days per week in years 2 and 3). Not only will students participate in the care of people as they journey through the stages of acute illness to rehabilitation and recovery, they will also be placed in areas where the aim is to promote health and prevent disease. Placements, which are compulsory, will be in both metropolitan and rural areas of South Australia. Therefore, it is recommended that students have access to a mode of transport for the duration of the degree. All costs associated with the year 2 rural placement are the responsibility of the student. Depending on the locations available, costs to attend rural placement can exceed $1 000 to cover accommodation, food and living away from home expenses. Students must be aware that they will need to comply with the policies and procedures (e.g. correct use of theatre attire) as prescribed by the health care site. During placement, students will be required to comply with the School of Nursing dress standards. The cost of uniforms, which must be worn on placement, are the responsibility of the student. 2 Nursing

5 Attendance at clinical placements is compulsory Prospective students also need to be aware of the demands of this degree. Placement will vary between early, late, night and weekend shifts which mimic the real working environment. The amount of contact time often approaches 40 hours per week with each year of the degree extending beyond and across the usual academic periods, so a strong commitment to the degree is required. Professional registration Just prior to completion of the degree, students apply to Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia. In order to be able to register as either an enrolled or registered nurse, all applicants must comply with the English language skills requirements as determined by AHPRA. Applicants are required to read the application information on Degree Finder. Degree accreditation The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council is responsible for accreditation of nursing degrees leading to registration. This degree will challenge you and teach you things about yourself that you didn t even know. It will force you to mature and see the world in a completely new way. Your views on both medical topics and life in general will be challenged, but I guarantee you ll be a better person and nurse for it! Hannah Albanese Bachelor of Nursing Nursing 3

6 Preparing for study Clinical placement requirements Students who undertake clinical placements, internships and research projects involving children or people who are ill, elderly or vulnerable must provide evidence that the following areas have been addressed, before attending clinical placement. Students undertaking clinical placements in the Nursing degree are required to obtain the following clearances: > > AHPRA student registration > > criminal history clearance > > immunisation > > physical fitness >prescribed > communicable infections screening > > tuberculosis screening Students who do not meet the above requirements are at risk of not completing the degree. Please note placements are a compulsory component of the degree. For further information, visit: current-students/clinical-placements/ AHPRA student registration Students undertaking a clinical placement at a hospital or other health facility require student registration with the relevant National Board. This process is undertaken by the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA). It is completed on the enrolment of the student in their program and does not require action by the student. The student will be advised when they have been registered. There is no fee for student registration. Criminal history clearance In response to concerns raised in the community, the Children s Protection Act (SA) and similar Acts across Australia have been revised and strengthened. Legislation requires organisations that provide services to children or vulnerable adults to establish policies and procedures that ensure a safe environment. All commencing students in nursing are required to demonstrate a satisfactory criminal history clearance. International students are required to obtain a criminal history clearance from their home country. Clinical placement venues may require more frequent screening, depending on their organisational policies and requirements. Students should budget for renewal of their criminal history clearance throughout the duration of the degree. Immunisation Students undertaking clinical placements are required to have the appropriate level of immunisation. Immunisation records are requested by clinical venues prior to placements. Prior to commencing professional placements, students will attend the University Health Practice to be screened and immunised for a number of infectious diseases, as recommended by the Immunisation Guidelines for Health Care Workers in South Australia 2014 Policy Guideline. Physical fitness There is an extensive clinical component that requires students to work as members of a health care team. To satisfactorily undertake this clinical component, students need to be physically fit. Students must satisfy the individual occupational health and safety requirements of the institution in which they are undertaking the clinical component of the degree. Prescribed Communicable Infections (PCI) The University aims to promote a proactive public health approach to prescribed communicable infections, such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. The University policy regarding PCI screening can be found by visiting and searching infections. Please note: policies and procedures regarding immunisation are under review at this time. Tuberculosis screening As part of the requirements for your clinical placements, you must undertake screening for tuberculosis infection with the South Australian Tuberculosis Services (SATB) prior to any clinical placement. This is a South Australian Government requirement. Enrolled nurse pathway This pathway is designed for enrolled nurses who wish to study to become registered nurses. Applicants must be registered as an enrolled nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (or be eligible for enrolment). Successful applicants will be granted one year s (full-time) credit towards the Bachelor of Nursing. Permanent residency International students who have studied an Australian year 12 or the international baccalaureate and expect to be granted Australian permanent residency before the commencement of their study must contact the International Office. To contact the International Office for more information visit edu.au and select About Us from the menu, then International Office. Students who will not be Australian citizens or permanent residents at the time of enrolment may not be automatically entitled to registration, internship and access to a provider number in Australia following graduation. Graduates that wish to stay in Australia should make their own enquiries regarding their citizenship/residency situation as it is beyond the control of the University. 4 Nursing

7 I had heard that the University of Adelaide had an intensive nursing program and a reputation for producing highly capable and knowledgeable nurses. I wished to be one of them! Nicholas Petrakis Bachelor of Nursing Nursing 5

8 Yaitya Purruna Indigenous health unit Established in 2000, the Yaitya Purruna Indigenous health unit is part of the School of Population Health and supports the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students within the Faculty of Health Sciences. Yaitya Purruna assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying nursing, medicine, dentistry, oral health, psychology or health sciences with their study, delivering specialised support services and facilities to provide a culturally appropriate environment. Sitting within the School of Population Health in the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Yaitya Purruna Indigenous health unit is part of the overall Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Strategy at the University of Adelaide. The unit focuses on the following: > > Advocating and providing support for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying in the Faculty of Health Sciences. > > Contributing to research, teaching and curriculum development on Indigenous health within the School of Population Health and School of Medicine. > > Promoting careers for Indigenous people in the health sciences. > > Promoting community engagement in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities as part of the University s commitment to Closing the Gap, including the LaunchPad on research, a partnership between the University of Adelaide and the Aboriginal Health Council of SA. In all of these roles Yaitya Purruna works in close partnership with Wirltu Yarlu, the University of Adelaide Aboriginal Education unit. A dedicated study space is provided as a safe and quiet home base for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students studying in all our degrees. The Faculty also provides a dedicated Student Services Support Officer who is co-located in this area to provide students with ongoing support. For more information on Yaitya Purruna Indigenous health unit, Wirltu Yarlu: Aboriginal Education, or studying in the Faculty of Health Sciences: Web: Telephone: Nursing

9 Further information Other study options Nursing at the University of Adelaide is a popular degree and all applicants are encouraged to consider alternative degrees when applying, such as the Bachelor of Health Sciences degree. To learn about other degrees on offer, visit health.adelaide.edu.au/future-students and select Undergraduate Study. Related degrees Honours degree of Bachelor of Nursing The Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) is an undergraduate degree open to Nursing graduates. The degree is designed to introduce students to the knowledge and skills required to conduct research in their field of practice. Graduates are provided with preliminary research training enabling them to continue studies if they desire. The degree is designed to enable students to: > > understand, describe and analyse varying approaches to research in nursing > > understand and critique research reports > > develop an awareness of current issues in nursing research > > conduct a research study > > report on the research in a thesis University Health practice The University Health practice is an ongoing health service, providing comprehensive and confidential health care to all students in a friendly and comfortable environment. Both female and male doctors are available. Services include: > > health checks > > immunisations and vaccinations > > psychotherapy/counselling > > skin acre > > travel medicine > > drug and alcohol counselling > > sports medicine > > weight disorders > > men s and women s sexual health contraceptive advice Group of Eight The University of Adelaide is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8), a coalition of Australia s leading research intensive universities. Group of Eight universities provide opportunities for all students to benefit from a worldclass education, while enhancing Australia s wellbeing and prosperity, responding to local and global challenges, and contributing to the global knowledge economy through their teaching and research activities. Open Day Sunday 16 August 2015 Open Day offers important information for future students and parents, as well as entertainment, tours and exhibitions for the whole family. Everyone is invited to discuss study and career options with the University s friendly staff and explore the University campus. For more information visit the Open Day website or call Ask Adelaide.

10 Undergraduate program index Undergraduate degrees available at the University of Adelaide. Students with strong interests in more than one area of study may wish to consider a double or combined degree. For a comprehensive list of available programs, visit our degree finder at Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Bachelor of Architectural Design Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Languages Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Social Sciences Diploma in Languages Business, Economics and Innovation Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) Bachelor of Commerce (Corporate Finance) Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) Bachelor of Commerce (Management) Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Economics (Advanced) Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Finance (International) Bachelor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Dentistry and Oral Health Bachelor of Dental Surgery Bachelor of Oral Health Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Computer Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical and Pharmaceutical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Architectural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil and Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Civil, Structural and Environmental) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Aerospace) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Sports) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechanical and Sustainable Energy) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mechatronic) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Chemical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum, Civil and Structural) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Mechanical) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum and Mining) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Software) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Flexible Entry Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Advanced) Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Health Sciences (Advanced) Law Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Law double degrees Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Development Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Management Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Finance Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Health Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of International Studies Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Media Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Laws with Bachelor of Social Sciences Bachelor of Laws combined and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice Medicine Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Music Bachelor of Music Nursing Bachelor of Nursing Psychology Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours degree of Bachelor of Psychology Sciences Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences Bachelor of Applied Biology Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science (Advanced) Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) Bachelor of Science (Biomedical Science) Bachelor of Science (Biotechnology) Bachelor of Science (Evolutionary Biology) Bachelor of Science (Laser Physics and Technology) Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) Bachelor of Sciences (Mineral Geoscience) Bachelor of Science (Molecular Biology) Bachelor of Science (Molecular and Drug Design) Bachelor of Science (Nanoscience and Materials) Bachelor of Science (Natural Resources) Bachelor of Science (Space Science and Astrophysics) Bachelor of Science (Veterinary Bioscience) Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology Honours degree of Bachelor of Science in High Performance Computational Physics Teaching Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science 8 Nursing

11 How to apply Applications to University of Adelaide undergraduate programs are made online via SATAC: The application closing date for 2016 entry is 30 September Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and Bachelor of Dental Surgery applicants should refer to the UMAT website for information on the Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admission Test, including application and test dates: umat.acer.edu.au International students should refer to: international.adelaide.edu.au/apply Entry pathways There are many pathways applicants can take to apply to the University of Adelaide, including SACE, IB, STAT, TAFE, preparatory programs, foundation study and more. To find out more about the available pathways, visit and select Entry Pathways from the menu. Fees and costs In 2015, student contributions for Commonwealth supported students studying an equivalent full-time study load were as follows. Band 1: humanities, behavioural sciences, social studies, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, education, nursing, clinical psychology. $6,152 Band 2: computing, built environment, allied health, other health, engineering, surveying, agriculture, science,mathematics, statistics. $8,768 Band 3: law, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science, accounting, administration, economics, commerce. $10,226 These annual fees are indicative only as actual charges are determined at the course level based on the area of study. Fees may increase in HECS Higher Education Loan This program, known as HECS-HELP assists eligible students to pay their student contribution. Further information is available at: Scholarships The University of Adelaide has a range of scholarships available to students from a variety of backgrounds and academic levels. Comprehensive information about scholarships, and how to apply, can be obtained by contacting us (refer below for details) or visiting the scholarships website: Student Services and Amenities Fee Students are charged an annual Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) to assist with the funding of student services and amenities at the University. In 2015, the SSAF amount for full-time students was $281, and for part-time students it was $210. Eligible students may defer this fee to an SA-HELP loan. For further information about the SSAF and SA-HELP visit and select Other Fees and Charges. Additional costs Students may be required to pay for specialist equipment, reading materials, etc. Students are advised not to purchase any equipment until they receive their faculty/school handbook, available during orientation. For more information on other program-related fees and charges, visit and select Other Fees and Charges. Bonus points For 2016 entry, SATAC will centrally administer a new South Australian Universities Bonus Scheme. The two new schemes are the SA Universities Equity Scheme and the SA Language, Literacy and Mathematics Bonus Scheme. For more details, please visit and search bonus points. Program intake Many undergraduate programs will allow students to begin study in February or July. Please refer to individual programs on Degree Finder (www.adelaide.edu.au/degree-finder) to check whether midyear entry is available. Where Degree Finder states subject to availability applicants should contact Ask Adelaide (refer below for details) to check whether midyear entry is available. Deferring your studies Most undergraduate programs can be deferred for up to two years. Please refer to specific programs for exceptions. Music programs may not be deferred. English language requirements for international students All international students undertaking an Australian year 12 program are required to achieve a Pass grade or above in one of the approved English as a Second Language or English language subjects. If an applicant attempts, but does not pass, the English language subject then alternative options, such as an acceptable English language proficiency test result, may be arranged. Details of recognised subjects and recognised tests and requirements are available by visiting international.adelaide.edu.au/apply, selecting Admissions Information from the menu, then English Language Requirements. Successful completion of the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma meets the English language requirements of the University of Adelaide. Permanent residency International students who have studied an Australian year 12 program or the IB and expect to be granted Australian permanent residency before the commencement of their university study must contact the International Office. To contact the International Office for more information, visit international.adelaide.edu.au, select About Us from the menu, then International Office and Enquire Now. Accommodation The University understands that finding the right accommodation is important to successful study. For accommodation options and costs please visit: DISCLAIMER: The information in this publication is current as at the date of printing and is subject to change. Updated information can be found on the University website: With the aim of continual improvement the University of Adelaide is committed to regular reviews of the degrees, diplomas, certificates and courses on offer. As a result the specific programs and courses available will change from time to time. Please refer to for the most up-to-date information or contact the University on (08) (or free-call ). The University of Adelaide assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of information provided by third parties. CRICOS 00123M The University of Adelaide published 2015 Who to contact with any questions Ask Adelaide s friendly and skilled staff can address all program enquiries over the phone or online. If they do not have the answer enquirers will be referred to faculty/school/ discipline staff for expert advice. Ask Adelaide Phone: (08) Free-call (outer Adelaide, SA and interstate only): Enquire online: Nursing 9

12 START AT THE TOP. SOUTH AUSTRALIA S LEADING UNIVERSITY. The University of Adelaide is consistently ranked in the top 1% worldwide. With a growing range of entry pathways, scholarships and support for students, our aim is to ensure the leaders of tomorrow have the opportunity to excel. Wherever you come from, there s always a place here. To find out more, visit adelaide.edu.au/study

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