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The University of Sydney has been producing world leaders in health since 1856. We offer the largest number of health courses of any Australian university across a range of disciplines including dentistry, health sciences, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and public health.

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About our graduate degrees

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Our Graduate Entry Master's (GEM) degrees in health enable you to attain professional recognition in just two years.

Our two-year courses build on your undergraduate education, preparing you for work in local, national and international healthcare settings These degrees are to designed to equip you with the leadership capabilities, clinical skills and human understanding to make a big difference to the lives of individuals and communities.

Our graduates are among the world’s most sought-after employees – we are ranked first in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability.**

** QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2017

The University of Sydney currently has graduate entry courses in the disciplines of diagnostic radiography, exercise physiology, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation counselling and speech language pathology open for applications.

To find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/study/find-a-course/postgraduate-study/postgraduate-courses/medicine-and-health.html

Our students

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“I was really excited to hear of the opportunity of a graduate program. You can do a master’s because you already have a bachelor’s degree. It doesn’t matter what you have done before.” Pavana Sampath, Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry) student

“Before coming to this course, I spent 15 years working as a civil engineer and infrastructure project manager. I am currently employed as a Mental Health Recovery Support Worker. There is great privilege in walking alongside an individual on their recovery journey and also great rewards to be seen in often small, yet highly meaningful accomplishment.” Andrew Zagninski, Master of Occupational Therapy graduate

“I came to speech pathology after initially undertaking an undergraduate degree in fashion and textile design. Speech pathology appealed to me as I felt I could be both challenged intellectually, and help others on a daily basis. The most rewarding part of my job is getting to know the families who are enrolled in the service and supporting them to help their children achieve to their full potential.” Catherine Grace Way, Master of Speech Language Pathology graduate

“I originally did a business degree. I started working in freight forwarding and logistics. One day I was sitting in my office and didn’t like what I was doing. I said I can’t do this for the next five years.” Pardon Gondo, Master of Nursing (Graduate Entry) student

The University of Sydney currently has graduate entry courses in the disciplines of diagnostic radiography, exercise physiology, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation counselling and speech language pathology open for applications.

To find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/study/find-a-course/postgraduate-study/postgraduate-courses/medicine-and-health.html

Our placements program

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We offer a range of professional experience opportunities in urban, rural and regional settings if you are completing studies in health at the University of Sydney. Many of these form part of the compulsory clinical placement requirements for your degree.

The University of Sydney currently has graduate entry courses in the disciplines of diagnostic radiography, exercise physiology, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation counselling and speech language pathology open for applications.

To find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/study/find-a-course/postgraduate-study/postgraduate-courses/medicine-and-health.html

Why study health with us?

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Health is one of the fastest growing sectors in Australia. Around the world health professionals of all kinds are in constant demand. In Australia, the health sector makes up about 10 percent of the workforce. This figure grows every year, meaning you will have diverse career prospects with growing opportunities at every stage of your career.

Our graduate entry master’s degrees only require you to have completed a bachelor’s degree, it does not matter from which discipline. Our students come from a diverse range of backgrounds and their degrees are in many areas including: music, agriculture, business, event management, criminology, civil engineering and education, to name a few.

The University of Sydney currently has graduate entry courses in the disciplines of diagnostic radiography, exercise physiology, nursing, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physiotherapy, rehabilitation counselling and speech language pathology open for applications.

To find out more: http://sydney.edu.au/study/find-a-course/postgraduate-study/postgraduate-courses/medicine-and-health.html

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