Gain the specialised expertise required to deliver quality healthcare and services from birth to aged care.
You’ll learn from passionate and experienced healthcare professionals, and benefit from industry-relevant, practical and theoretical training. A USQ Nursing and Allied Health degree will enable you to gain valuable practical experience, with a high ratio of placement hours, compared to other universities.
Combined with this, your class time will be spent in USQ's $2.5 million health-specific teaching complex and laboratories, where you will learn with up-to-date equipment in world-class facilities.
USQ's Midwifery Simulation Centre, enables real-life scenarios to be replicated, from the birth of a baby to obstetric and neonatal emergencies, ensuring you’ll graduate industry-ready, capable of supporting mothers in a variety of situations.
With strong industry links across a broad cross-section of specialisations, you’ll engage with organisations and companies at the leading edge of healthcare, making real impacts to the lives of Australians. In fact, USQ researchers are working with the Cancer Council Queensland and Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia to improve cancer survivorship and quality of life for regional Queenslanders.
From Biomedical Sciences, above world standard rated Human Movement and Sport Science (ERA, 2018) to Paramedicine, USQ has a Nursing and Allied Health degree for you.