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Now’s the time to step up your career

Governments are responding to community health needs, and organisations are better supporting the physical and mental wellbeing of their employees.

It’s no surprise that health and social care is Australia’s top growth industry1.

So if you hold a degree, this is the ideal time to extend your professional skill sets – or make your move to a new career in health or social care – with a postgraduate qualification.

Our Graduate Entry Master courses

Applications for our GEM courses in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Speech Pathology are now open for commencement in January 2022.

Master of Occupational Therapy

Master of Occupational Therapy

In this course you will study the various knowledge areas of occupational therapy, and graduate ready to help people who’ve experienced injury, illness or disability achieve greater independence and wellbeing.

A male physio student working on a male patient

Doctor of Physiotherapy

This course provides a fast-track pathway to becoming a physiotherapist. You’ll complete case studies and clinical placements, and gain the skills to make informed clinical decisions.

Master of Speech Pathology

Master of Speech Pathology

In this course, you’ll combine theory with clinical practice to prepare you for a career as a speech pathologist in hospital, community health, private consultancy and education settings.

Health Sciences Graduate Entry Foundation Course

Health Sciences Graduate Entry Foundation Course

If your undergraduate degree didn’t include all the units required for admission to a particular Graduate Entry Master (GEM) course, you can complete the prerequisite units in this foundation course.

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