Welcome to the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Indigenous Health
Charles Sturt University are leaders in health education. Nursing education was first established in 1976 at the Riverina College of Advanced Education (Wagga Wagga) and in 1985 at the Mitchell College of Advanced Education (Bathurst). In 1990 Charles Sturt University was established from the amalgamation of these Colleges, and in 1991 Midwifery education commenced. From 2007 the School of Nursing and Midwifery began operating across five campuses - Albury, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange and Wagga Wagga - offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses to over 2,000 students. In 2010 the School became the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Indigenous Health.
CSU offers many exciting health degrees at both undergraduate and postgraduate level including the Bachelor of Nursing (entry to practice in NSW for registered nurses) and conversion degrees for Australian and International nurses. Postgraduate courses include midwifery, mental health, chronic care nursing and Masters and PhD programs. There is a sound commitment to regional, rural and remote students, as well as to Indigenous students. The School holds affiliation agreements with a number of other education providers, and has a strong link with the GWAHS of NSW, as well as neighbouring Area Health Services.
Since its inception, students of the School have featured regularly as University Medallists because of their meritorious academic performance.
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