What is the usual ATAR for Nursing?

Generally 70 – 82 will get you into Nursing programs at schools like WSU, Notre Dame, U Syd, UTS, ACU and many more.

What if your ATAR didn’t quite make it?

Don’t panic! We’ve helped heaps of students with a lower ATAR get into the Nursing program of their dreams – often in the same uni as their higher ATAR mates, and complete their degree at exactly the same time as them.

Interested in taking the next step in your Nursing dream?  Don’t let a lower than expected ATAR hold you back, contact us today and let us help you get started!

Are you someone who’s hard working, quick thinking, patient and has a good communication skill with a high degree of physical endurance? Then a career in nursing would suit you perfectly!

Nurses are incredibly important in the modern health care sector and in the wider community. It is a highly valued and respected profession, and as our society progresses, the need for good Nurses are becoming increasingly necessary.

Most importantly, a Nurse aims to improve and save lives. Their hard work and passion is extremely essential to the health of all the people in society today.

As a Registered Nurse, you can work in a variety of areas:

  • Public or Private Health Care
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Aid Organisations

  • Maternity and Neonatal Care Settings
  • Rural and Remote Health

Enquire for a FREE counselling session and start your pathway to becoming a Registered Nurse today! You’ve got nothing to lose!