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Graduate Diploma

CSU's Graduate Diploma of Midwifery is offered online to registered nurses and hospital qualified registered midwives wa…
Entry Requirements
Students entering this course will need to meet the following criteria: - AHPRA Registration as a Registered Nurse - Contract with an approved, participating hospital as a student midwife for the duration of the courseApplication processRegistered nurses wishing to undertake this course to become registered midwives must have employment as a midwifery student in one of CSU's partnering maternity services. Application processes differ depending on where you wish to undertake your midwifery practice placement. If you wish to be employed as a midwifery student in a NSW public hospital, you must apply via the NSW Health website in the year prior to which you wish to enrol. The application process is through MidStART and information is available online. The MidStART information book is available online each year. Follow the instructions to select both the maternity service (public hospital) where you wish to undertake your midwifery practice, and indicate that you wish to study through CSU. Should you wish to undertake your midwifery practice in a private or interstate hospital, you need to contact the midwifery facilitator in that unit. For a list of all partnering maternity units or if you have any further questions, contact CSU on 1800 334 733. Note: An intake in Session 3 is open only to students who are already registered midwives. Closing datesApplication closing dates will be determined in relation to hospital acceptance notifications. However, you are required to submit your application for enrolment to CSU online at the same time that you apply through MidStART (or through the hospital, if you are applying interstate or at a private hospital). CSU will keep your application on hold until you notify the university that your MidStART or hospital application has been successful. You need to do this prior to 1 November for intake in Session 1, and prior to 1 May for intake in Session 2. Contact info. csu on 1800 334 733 (free call) or make an online enquiry for further details.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul, Nov
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
71.80%

Graduate Diploma

CSU's Graduate Diploma of Midwifery is offered online to registered nurses and hospital qualified registered midwives wa…
Entry Requirements
Students entering this course will need to meet the following criteria: - AHPRA Registration as a Registered Nurse - Contract with an approved, participating hospital as a student midwife for the duration of the courseApplication processRegistered nurses wishing to undertake this course to become registered midwives must have employment as a midwifery student in one of CSU's partnering maternity services. Application processes differ depending on where you wish to undertake your midwifery practice placement. If you wish to be employed as a midwifery student in a NSW public hospital, you must apply via the NSW Health website in the year prior to which you wish to enrol. The application process is through MidStART and information is available online. The MidStART information book is available online each year. Follow the instructions to select both the maternity service (public hospital) where you wish to undertake your midwifery practice, and indicate that you wish to study through CSU. Should you wish to undertake your midwifery practice in a private or interstate hospital, you need to contact the midwifery facilitator in that unit. For a list of all partnering maternity units or if you have any further questions, contact CSU on 1800 334 733. Note: An intake in Session 3 is open only to students who are already registered midwives. Closing datesApplication closing dates will be determined in relation to hospital acceptance notifications. However, you are required to submit your application for enrolment to CSU online at the same time that you apply through MidStART (or through the hospital, if you are applying interstate or at a private hospital). CSU will keep your application on hold until you notify the university that your MidStART or hospital application has been successful. You need to do this prior to 1 November for intake in Session 1, and prior to 1 May for intake in Session 2. Contact info. csu on 1800 334 733 (free call) or make an online enquiry for further details.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul, Nov
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
71.80%

Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma of Psychology provides an advanced level of knowledge and skill in psychology.
Entry Requirements
Applicants must hold an undergraduate degree from an appropriate tertiary institution and must have completed subjects PSY101 and PSY102 or their equivalents.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul, Nov
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
78.20%

Graduate Diploma

CSU's Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) prepares you to work in emergency ambulance and out-of-hospital …
Entry Requirements
For entry to this course students must hold a bachelors degree in nursing (or equivalent) and be registered to practice. Some experience in the emergency health field is recommended. Intending students should also be aware that in order to undertake the practicum subjects they will be required to comply with the risk management policies and procedures of the host ambulance authority. Students must be able to attend a 5 day residential school associated with the subject CLS412 Introduction to Internship.  Applicants should submit transcripts and verified copies of awards from prior study, as well as a CV outlining their experience in the emergency health field.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
Online, In person

Graduate Diploma

Studying with CSU can prepare you for a rewarding career, working closely with women to prevent and reduce mortality and…
Entry Requirements
Applicants are required to: hold an AQF Level 7 Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in health or biomedical sciences (e. g. nursing, biomedical sciences, medical radiation sciences, medicine); and provide evidence of access to suitable clinical experience in mammography.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Graduate Satisfaction
67.80%

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Clinical Psychology gives you the opportunity to upgrade your professional qualifications, knowledge and s…
Entry Requirements
Master of Clinical Psychology Applicants must possess: personal suitability to undertake professional practice as a psychologist a four-year APAC-accredited qualification in psychology at Honours 2A level or better (or an equivalent qualification) full registration as a psychologist   Additional admission criteriaApplicants must provide the following:evidence of general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA)a completed Master of Clinical Psychology Supplementary Application Formreferences from two professional and two academic referees, submitted via the online National Psychology Reference SystemPlease note that the National Psychology Reference system is now used by all Australian Universities. To be able to use the system, you will need to have an active subscription. The cost is $25 and can be paid for through the 'My Account' section in the payment tab.   For full details, please refer to the interactive user guide for students, referees and administration users and the Psychological Reference Guide. While the university encourages applicants to make every effort to obtain the required number of referee reports, it is recognised that some applicants may have difficulty arranging two academic referees. These applicants are advised to explain in a covering letter attached to their application the circumstances that prevented them from meeting this requirement. In these circumstances, applicants should provide additional professional referee reports. Selection interviewThe most competitive applicants are contacted by the selection committee for a telephone interview. This is the final stage in the selection process, and a formal offer of a place in the course may follow shortly after a successful interview. Applicants who are selected for interview will receive further information in advance of the interview.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Financial Support
Austudy
Graduate Satisfaction
78.20%

Masters (Coursework)

The Master of Clinical Psychology gives you the opportunity to upgrade your professional qualifications, knowledge and s…
Entry Requirements
Master of Clinical Psychology Applicants must possess: personal suitability to undertake professional practice as a psychologist a four-year APAC-accredited qualification in psychology at Honours 2A level or better (or an equivalent qualification) full registration as a psychologist   Additional admission criteriaApplicants must provide the following:evidence of general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia (PsyBA)a completed Master of Clinical Psychology Supplementary Application Formreferences from two professional and two academic referees, submitted via the online National Psychology Reference SystemPlease note that the National Psychology Reference system is now used by all Australian Universities. To be able to use the system, you will need to have an active subscription. The cost is $25 and can be paid for through the 'My Account' section in the payment tab.   For full details, please refer to the interactive user guide for students, referees and administration users and the Psychological Reference Guide. While the university encourages applicants to make every effort to obtain the required number of referee reports, it is recognised that some applicants may have difficulty arranging two academic referees. These applicants are advised to explain in a covering letter attached to their application the circumstances that prevented them from meeting this requirement. In these circumstances, applicants should provide additional professional referee reports. Selection interviewThe most competitive applicants are contacted by the selection committee for a telephone interview. This is the final stage in the selection process, and a formal offer of a place in the course may follow shortly after a successful interview. Applicants who are selected for interview will receive further information in advance of the interview.
Intake Months
Mar
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online
Financial Support
Austudy
Graduate Satisfaction
78.20%

Graduate Diploma

The Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations) provides a pathway for qualified paramedics to pursue a prof…
Entry Requirements
Master of Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Admission in this course can be directly at the Master level or follow from the completion of the Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations). Graduate Diploma of Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Applicants with extensive industry experience and practicing as intensive care paramedics will also be eligible to enter the course. Admission in this course can be directly at the Graduate Diploma level or follow from the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Paramedicine (with specialisations). Graduate Certificate in Paramedicine (with specialisations) Students must have completed a 3 year undergraduate degree in paramedicine. Applicants with extensive industry experience and practicing as intensive care paramedics will also be eligible to enter the course.
Intake Months
Mar, Jul
Duration
1.5 years full-time, 3 years part-time
Study Mode
Online