Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) overview
- Are you a Registered Nurse (RN) looking to become a midwife? Our hands-on Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) just might be the answer. By studying a Bachelor of Midwifery in Australia with UniSQ, you will receive broad experience in all care contexts in accordance with ANMAC Standards, including Indigenous health and human rights.
- Gain over 1200 hours of clinical experience during Semesters 1 and 2 within a range of settings such as hospitals, family planning clinics, community health, and home visiting.
- Under the supervision of a registered midwife you will experience the continuity of care of a minimum of 10 women throughout their pregnancy. You will experience placements in birth suites, antenatal clinics, postnatal and neonatal units.
- You have the opportunity to do a rural placement with the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry), and be supported by a midwife facilitator, Southern Queensland Rural Health (SQRH). Find out what’s involved in the placement process and what opportunities and support UniSQ and SQRH offer for rural and away placements.
- Planning on studying while you work? This Nursing & Allied Health qualification, offers flexible options for you. However, we encourage you to talk to us before applying so we can step you through the study commitments in this degree.