Australia's largest health sciences research and teaching institution
The Faculty of Health Sciences is unique among Australia's leading universities in the depth of disciplines available to study, providing wide opportunities for personal development and cross-disciplinary learning. We have an unparalleled network of national and global partnerships, providing students with extensive hands-on training and discovery-based learning, ensuring graduates are prepared with both the academic and practical abilities required of their professions.
Our graduate entry master's (GEM) degrees enable you to attain professional recognition criteria in two years, and are designed to deliver work-ready graduates. The majority of our GEMs are open to people from all backgrounds, not just those with a health-related bachelor's degree. For example, if you have an undergraduate degree in science, arts, economics or business, you are eligible to apply for most of the programs.
Yooroang Garang is the centre of Indigenous student support at Cumberland Campus. The unit provides support programs such as the Special Admission (Cadigal) Program and the Aboriginal Health Sciences Science Support program. We also provide a range of facilities to Indigenous students studying at the Faculty of Health Sciences to support their study on campus.