Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) Singapore

The University of Sydney is proud to offer the Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) to registered nurses in Singapore in partnership with the Singapore Institute of Management.

This program has been developed, and is taught and awarded by the University of Sydney, and accredited by the Singapore Nursing Board. It is taught in Singapore at the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM).

For twenty years, the partnership between the University of Sydney and SIM has allowed over 3500 of Singapore’s most talented health professionals to graduate with nursing and health science related degrees.

The Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) Singapore is open to registered nurses who want to extend their clinical practice and progress as a nurse leader in Singapore, or elsewhere in the world. It will equip you with critical thinking skills and an appreciation of how to use the latest research to inform your clinical decisions.

What will I study?

The Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) Singapore is offered part time over one or two years and is taught in the block mode with online support.

At the beginning of each semester, leading academics from Sydney Nursing School deliver the face-to-face components of the course, including lectures and tutorials, in a two-week teaching block, with some units having additional face-to-face hours mid-semester.

There are two intakes per year: January/February and June/July.

How to apply

For more information and to apply to the Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) Singapore visit the SIM website.

Next steps: Course details and planning your study

Nursing Singapore (Post-registration) (Honours)

High achieving graduates from the Bachelor of Nursing (Post-registration) Singapore course can enhance their leadership skills by going on to do the Bachelor of Nursing Honours program.

Over the course of a year, honours students have the opportunity to conduct an independent research project, critically reviewing an area of nursing close to their hearts.

The program is designed to equip students with enhanced critical thinking skills. It allows the investigation of an idea that can improve the practice of nursing and the lives of patients, and opens the door to future research with a PhD or MPhil.

Honours students choose a supervisor to assist them throughout their study. The supervisor helps guide the project, assisting with formulating a research question, study design, ethics submissions, collecting results and writing and publishing of work.

For more information and to apply to the Bachelor of Nursing (Honours), visit the SIM website.