Open Day – Put health care in your hands
Are you looking for a rewarding career where you use your hands, your head and your heart to help others?
At the University of Sydney’s Open Day this Saturday 27 August 2011 you can discover how Sydney Nursing School’s new Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies) and combined degree programs will prepare you to become an excellent registered nurse.
Sydney Nursing School is open to the public on Open Day. Here you’ll get all the information you need to make the right choices about a future career in nursing.
Professor Jill White, Dean of Sydney Nursing School says, "When you make the decision to become a nurse you are making the first step into a wonderful and rewarding career.
“With a new Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies) to be offered by Sydney Nursing School in 2012 we’ll be offering prospective nursing students more choices.”
Attend mini-lectures, take tours of our state-of-the-art clinical laboratories, meet nursing students face-to-face and have a health check.
“We’re looking forward to introducing you to our unique education paths that prepare nursing students for the complexities, challenges and rewards of health care,” Professor White said.
At Mallett St Campus – 88 Mallett Street Camperdown
Mini lectures at Sydney Nursing School
Learn all about the new Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies) and the advantages of combining a Master of Nursing with either a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science of Bachelor of Health Sciences:
Clinical laboratory tours
Take a tour of our clinical laboratories before each mini-lecture. Tours start at:
Free buses will make round trips from the Camperdown Campus in time for the start of each tour.
At Camperdown Campus
Sydney Nursing School staff and students will be on hand in the Great Hall to answer your questions about choosing one of our Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies) and combined degree options – a Master of Nursing with either a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Health Sciences.
How healthy are you? Meet Sydney Nursing School staff and students outside the Quadrangle to check your health with blood sugar levels, temperature, blood pressure and pulse to make sure you’re in the best shape to get through your HSC and to get ready to start uni next year.