Bachelor of Nursing
- 课程级别：学士学位/Bachelor's Degree（7级）
- 学费：$30,910 NZD Per Year
- 授课校区：Massey University
- Massey’s nursing programme is taught by the largest number of highly qualified nursing lecturers in the country, many recognised nationally and internationally for their research.
- Massey is the leading institution for nursing research in New Zealand
- Our proven programmes are approved by the New Zealand Nursing Council.
- General practice
- Maori health services
- District nursing
- Neonatal units
- Medical and surgical wards
- Emergency departments
- Intensive care
- Public health
- Mental health
- Aged care
- Child health
- Family health
- Students must have successful completion of a qualification equivalent to the New Zealand Year 13 - NCEA Level 3 University Entrance.
- You must meet the requirements set down by the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration as a nurse in New Zealand in terms of good character and fitness to be a nurse.
- Have achieved 14 credits or more at NCEA Level 3 or higher in at least one of the following subjects: biology, chemistry or physics.
- A current Comprehensive First Aid Certificate is required upon admission (NZQA unit standards 6402, 6401 & 6400).
- Health screening requirement
- Academic IELTS 6.5 in every band. Only IELTS is acceptable.
Fulfill your dreams - be a life-saver
Caring? Committed? Compassionate? Looking to fulfill your dreams with a career for keeps? Then consider becoming a nurse. If you do, you’ll be a key player in our health system. Because without nurses, doctors would struggle to do their jobs and people would take much longer to recover from injuries and illness.
Victoria Smith's dream of becoming a nurse began as a young farm girl, when her beloved grandfather fell critically ill. Watch the video to see the story behind her lifelong journey of compassion, commitment and caring.
When you study nursing at Massey, you will be part of a proud programme renowned nationally and internationally for its first-class nursing curriculum and for educating nursing students to contribute to a wide range of healthcare workplaces. Our degree is so highly respected and recognised that both New Zealand and overseas employers hire most of our graduates within six months of finishing our three-year nursing programme.
More compelling reasons to join us in nursing
The Bachelor of Nursing programme includes science and social science courses related to health, integrated into nursing knowledge. Clinical learning takes place in many different areas including surgical, emergency, medical, mental health and primary care services.
Nursing is one of the most rewarding careers, as it is focused on supporting people, families and communities to manage a wide range of health challenges. Nurses are involved in all areas of health care and can choose to specialise in particular areas, such as intensive care, community mental health, aged care, or child and adolescent nursing. They can also become a specialist in particular conditions, such as diabetes, respiratory care or cancer nursing. Nurses can also choose to develop careers in health management, research and teaching.
Many of our Bachelor of Nursing graduates continue with their studies after qualifying as registered nurses by undertaking a master’s degree in nursing. A number of our Master of Nursing graduates have successfully gained registration as nurse practitioners with prescribing rights. We can also offer you a PhD in nursing.
In these challenging economic times, it’s good to know that as a Massey nursing graduate you’ll be highly valued and workplace-ready for a wide range of health-care settings. Here are just a few examples of where you can work:
Primary and community health care
Planning your programme
The Bachelor of Nursing is a 22 course, 360 credit, three year programme with two components: theoretical and clinical. The degree includes a minimum of 1200 hours of supervised clinical practice which takes place in a wide variety of settings.
English Language Requirements: