Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) - new academic calendar FAQs
Understanding the academic calendar
In 2023, the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) will be offered in the Combination calendar.
The Combination calendar includes two 7-week Blocks and two 14-week Sessions.
Download the Bachelor of Midwifery (Graduate Entry) academic calendar to view all key dates throughout the 2023 academic year.
|9 January 2023||Class registrations open|
|13 March 2023||Orientation|
|20 March 2023||Study period start|
|31 March 2023||Last date to enrol|
|19 June 2023||Exam/Assessment period start|
|23 June 2023||Study period ends|
|3 April 2023||Class registrations open|
|3 July 2023||Orientation|
|10 July 2023||Study period start|
|21 July 2023||Last date to enrol|
|9 October 2023||Exam/Assessment period start|
|13 October 2023||Study period ends|
If you are a commencing student (new to the degree), your study period starts in:
- Session 1 - 20 March, 2023
If you are a current student (already enrolled in the degree), your study period starts in Session 1 - 20 March 2023. However your placements may start before 20 March 2023, as managed by InPlace.
Enrolment and course selection
Assessment and exams
Where to find more information
About the degree
UniSQ's Bachelor of Midwifery Graduate Entry is accredited with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Accreditation Council (ANMAC) and upon successful completion, students will be qualified to apply for registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
You will benefit from over 1200 hours of midwifery practice experience with UniSQ’s partner organisation, and experience the continuity of care of a minimum of 10 women throughout their pregnancy.
UniSQ's Midwifery Simulation Centre provides a real-life environment for you to develop your clinical nursing skills with scenarios ranging from the birth of a baby to obstetric and neonatal emergencies.