Ready for your next challenge? ECU’s world-class Nursing & Midwifery courses might be for you

ECU Nursing & Midwifery Courses
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The last few years have taught us that life is pretty unpredictable – so if you’re a school leaver or embarking on a new career journey, you want to know you’re signing up for a course with world-class credentials…

And hopefully make a positive impact while you’re at it!

ECU’s Nursing and Midwifery courses tick all those boxes! The university has been rated by students as Australia’s number one public university for undergraduate overall experience – and the Nursing and Midwifery courses, offered on both the ECU Joondalup and ECU South West campuses, are some of the standouts.

Recognised as one of Australia’s (and the world’s!) best nursing courses with some of the country’s highest quality, creative graduates, it’s also the only course in the state that offers a dual degree for nursing and midwifery.

ECU Nursing & Midwifery Courses

So how does the course rank so highly? Students are given access to state-of-the-art health and wellness facilities which allow them to get hands-on experience before they hit the real world – like when they’re out on their practicum placements across WA.

ECU are also the brains behind state-of-the-art immersive virtual reality program, IVADE. The award-winning program gives students the tools, confidence and creative thinking they need to deal with real-world challenges, including aggressive patients like IVADE’s disgruntled Derek. 

To build on their simulated and theoretical learning, all midwifery students are also given the opportunity to be “adopted” by expectant mums as part of the Mums Adopting Midwifery Students (MAMS) Program.

Students are able to assist throughout the pregnancy all the way through to childbirth and postpartum, not only developing their clinical skills but getting invaluable development of their interpersonal skills as well.

We also recently caught up with a few students studying ECU’s Nursing & Midwifery courses – find out about their experience below:

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Want to learn more about how you can start your career as a nurse and midwife?

Check out the ECU website for course information and how to apply.

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