The home of health education
Find a career youâ€™ll love with one of Australiaâ€™s top universities for health education.
Take a glimpse into your future with practical learning, a core part of all of our health degrees. Study in state-of-the-art facilities, such as our optometry and radiation science labs, community health hub and º¬Ðß²ÝÊÓÆµ Hospital conveniently situated on campus.
Thanks to our close partnerships with local hospitals, healthcare centres and private practices, our degrees are co-built with industry to meet the healthcare challenges of tomorrow. Youâ€™ll explore the latest techniques in healthcare under the expert guidance of our industry-connected teachers.
Armed with an industry-accredited qualification from º¬Ðß²ÝÊÓÆµ, youâ€™ll graduate ready to take on a rewarding future in health.
#1 in the ACT for fulltime employment
In Health Services and Support
(Good Universities Guide 2024)
Gain access to leading hospitals, healthcare centres, and private practices in Canberra and beyond.
Explore the latest world-class research leading evolutions in healthcare.
For Health students
Get the freedom to focus on your studies, not your bank account, thanks to new ACT Government-funded scholarships.
Eligible nursing, midwifery and allied health students can receive up to $9,000* cost of living support (over 3 years) and up to $1,000 to help cover placement costs.
Find out how you can contribute to the future of Canberraâ€™s healthcare.
Eligibility criteria apply.
Practical learning is at the core of all our health courses, giving you the chance to bring your learning to life in a range of workplace settings.
Through our industry partnerships, youâ€™ll also gain access to leading hospitals, healthcare centres, and private practices across the ACT and beyond. This means, when it is time to graduate, youâ€™ll hit the ground running with a pre-built network of industry contacts.
"My postgraduate education has given me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and build upon my skills to a point where I am now employed as clinical lead."
Master of Nursing