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Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science)

Three years full-time
UAC code: 512655

This is the course for you, if you have an enthusiasm for sport and physical activity and an interest in the biological and physical sciences. You will develop skills in integrating exercise and physical activity with disease prevention, health, rehabilitation, nutrition and sports performance.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Physiology)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512652

This course will give you the knowledge, skills and clinical experience needed to deliver exercise programs and strategies for the prevention and management of chronic disease. This includes conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, depression, cancer, arthritis and more.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Applied Science (Diagnostic Radiography)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512630

Diagnostic radiographers use the latest technology to create images of body parts that can help diagnose health issues. Through this course you will become familiar with varied equipment ranging from small mobile x-ray machines to larger units, from MRI and CT scanners to highly sophisticated cardiac units.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512600

Occupational therapists help people manage the activities of daily living, and develop specific programs in response to their unique needs and situation. You will look at a whole person and their environment and find creative solutions to make it easier for them to participate more fully in everyday life.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512605

Physiotherapists manage a wide variety of conditions, including movement disorders in children, rehabilitation after major injury, and recovery following surgery or childbirth. They also play a central role in the management and prevention of chronic conditions such as asthma and arthritis.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512610

This course prepares you to practise as a speech pathologist, helping people who have communication or swallowing disabilities to communicate effectively and build their confidence. This can include people who have difficulty speaking, using and understanding language, voice, stuttering, hearing or reading and writing.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Course requirements:
Band 5 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Health Sciences

Three years full-time
UAC code: 512670

This course prepares you to work in corporate roles in health, within professions that are crucial to maintaining the health system but do not involve the direct treatment of patients. They include systems analysts, communications specialists, liaison officers, project and case managers. These professions are key drivers in the areas of health education, research, policy, management and health advocacy.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 75.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in either English (Standard), English (Advanced), or English as a Second Language (ESL).

Selection criteria:
You may be required to attend an interview.


Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies)

Three years full-time
UAC code: 511925

Nurses are important and trusted members of professional health care teams. Our degree combines theory and clinical practice, giving you valuable knowledge and skills to provide the best care for people and contribute to important decisions about health care. With a focus on leadership, evidence-based practice and international health, you will be highly employable when you graduate and you can expect to take on interesting and challenging nursing roles in a variety of health care settings.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 75.00

Course requirements:
Band 4 or above in English (Advanced), or
Band 5 in English (Standard) or English as a Second Language (ESL), and one of the following; Mathematics (Band 4), Biology (Band 4), Chemistry (Band 4), Physics (Band 4), Senior Science (Band 5), Society and Culture (Band 5).


Bachelor of Pharmacy

Four years full-time
UAC code: 512400

This course will help you develop insights into how drugs are developed and how medications affect the human body, to improve people’s quality of life. It also equips you with the skills required for a career as a registered pharmacist in community, hospital or industrial pharmacy settings; or continued academic research.

You will be taught by world-renowned academics and have access to high-standard teaching laboratories and technology.
Detailed course information

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 85.00

Assumed Knowledge:
Mathematics and Chemistry, plus either Biology or Physics.
We offer bridging courses for Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics.


Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid January, to assist with enrolment enquiries.
  • Welcome session for students and parents or support people
  • Access to Year 1 mentoring scheme
  • On Track meetings with either Course Director or Year 1 Liaison Academic throughout year
  • Introduction To Clinical Placements: Getting Ready To Go session