From treating patients in health clinics, providing preventative-self care, influencing healthcare policy or undertaking world-class research, the opportunities for a career in health, community and care are limitless. At Flinders, we offer fully accredited Health degrees — explore over 20 study options across Nursing and Midwifery, Medicine, Public Health, Psychology, Disability & Community Inclusion, Health Sciences, Nutrition, Physiotherapy and more.
When you study at Flinders, you'll study an innovative curriculum: our Health degrees are developed in collaboration with industry and emphasise evidence-based practice — meaning that you'll gain future-focused knowledge and skills that meet the needs of the workforce, informed by the latest health and care research. You'll learn from the best: our teaching staff are nationally and internationally recognised academics and researchers with years of clinical expertise, who are passionate about educating the next generation of health and care workers.
Get hands-on training in our state-of-the-art facilities, including our Nursing & Midwifery simulation labs, paramedicine suite and our on-site Health2Go clinic, where you'll work alongside students from other health disciplines to treat and care for real patients. Plus, you'll build your confidence with placement opportunities in a range of environments, such as hospitals, private clinics, aged care facilities, community centres, sporting clubs and more.
If you're ready to take your career to the next level, Flinders has a range of postgraduate Health degrees that will give you the opportunity to upskill in your field, advance your knowledge, or step up into a professional, specialist or leadership role.