Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery | UWC

APS Required



4 year(s)


Bachelor's Degree





  • Minimum 30 UWC APS
  • English: Code 4 (Home or First Additional Language)
  • Any other language: Code 3 (Home or First Additional)
  • Maths Code 4 or Maths Literacy Code 6
  • Life Sciences Code 4

Career Prospects

  1. Registered Nurse (RN): Provide holistic nursing care to individuals, families, and communities across various healthcare settings, including medical-surgical units, critical care units, emergency departments, and outpatient clinics. Registered nurses assess patients’ health status, administer medications, perform diagnostic tests, coordinate care plans, and educate patients and families about health promotion, disease prevention, and self-care management.
  2. Midwife: Provide prenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care to pregnant women and their newborns, supporting physiological childbirth, managing complications, and promoting maternal and infant health and well-being. Midwives conduct prenatal assessments, monitor labor progress, assist with childbirth, provide breastfeeding support, and offer postpartum care and counseling to mothers and babies during the early postnatal period.
  3. Maternity Nurse: Specialize in providing nursing care to pregnant women, new mothers, and newborns in maternity wards, birthing centers, or postnatal units within hospitals or community health settings. Maternity nurses assess maternal and fetal well-being, provide labor support, assist with newborn care and feeding, and educate mothers and families about infant care, breastfeeding, and postpartum recovery.
  4. Community Health Nurse: Work in community-based healthcare settings, providing primary healthcare services, health promotion, and disease prevention initiatives to individuals and families in their homes, schools, workplaces, or community centers. Community health nurses conduct home visits, assess community needs, deliver immunizations, conduct health screenings, and coordinate health education programs to improve population health outcomes and access to healthcare services.
  5. Pediatric Nurse: Specialize in providing nursing care to infants, children, and adolescents in pediatric hospitals, clinics, or pediatric units within general hospitals. Pediatric nurses assess pediatric patients’ health needs, administer medications, perform pediatric assessments, provide family-centered care, and support children and families coping with acute or chronic illnesses, injuries, or developmental challenges.
  6. Public Health Nurse: Promote population health and disease prevention through community-based health initiatives, health education, and advocacy efforts targeting at-risk populations or underserved communities. Public health nurses assess community health needs, develop health promotion programs, collaborate with community partners, and advocate for policies and interventions that address social determinants of health and promote health equity.
  7. Neonatal Nurse: Specialize in providing nursing care to newborn infants, particularly those born prematurely or with medical complications, in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) or special care nurseries. Neonatal nurses monitor newborns’ vital signs, administer specialized treatments and medications, provide developmental support, and educate parents about neonatal care and parent-infant bonding.
  8. Clinical Nurse Educator: Educate and train nursing students, new graduates, or healthcare professionals in clinical practice settings, academic institutions, or healthcare organizations. Clinical nurse educators develop curriculum, facilitate clinical rotations, provide mentorship and supervision, and evaluate learners’ clinical competencies and professional development to ensure quality nursing care and workforce readiness.
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