With a Bachelor of Health Science, you can launch your career path in medicine, allied health, health organisations and the public service, including in hospitals, public health units, healthcare foundations and academia.
You will graduate with an impressive skillset that includes knowledge of the biomedical sciences, an understanding of the biological, social and economic factors contributing to health outcomes, and research skills related to biomedical science, population health and public health policy.
How to apply
In addition to achieving the minimum entry requirements, students will also be required to submit a written component, through UAC, in order to successfully gain entry into this program.
There are places available for 60 students in each intake of the Bachelor of Health Science.
As we are committed to building on our engagement with Indigenous and rural Australia, 15 of the available places are reserved for students from Indigenous or rural backgrounds. These students are strongly encouraged to apply, and bonus points may be available to you.
Students will be required to submit a 400 word (maximum) written description of how you endeavor to contribute to the community using current life experiences and achievements. This is an opportunity to highlight your areas of achievement, leadership, teamwork, service ethic and commitment as well as ties to regional, rural and remote communities.