Study Nursing at SIT

Are you seeking an opportunity to receive a first-class theoretical and practical nursing education? The School of Nursing offers access to state-of-the-art facilities, the latest industry knowledge, and the expertise of highly experienced teachers, to enable you to graduate with the confidence, clinical skills, and knowledge to enter the nursing profession.

Supported by Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand, and multiple clinical providers SIT Nursing students enjoy a great variety of theory and practical education. Students have access to multiple simulation modalities in one of the best simulation suites. This allows you to practise clinical skills that replicate real-life clinical scenarios.

The career choices for nurses are as varied. These choices include tertiary care in hospitals, primary care in communities, occupational health, the military, older person's care, and correctional facilities.

The SIT School of Nursing may require interviews for some applicants.

The SIT School of Nursing is highly-regarded and our graduates are in demand throughout the country and internationally due to their knowledge, professionalism and work-readiness.

While Covid-19 vaccinations are not mandatory, it is highly recommended you have both vaccinations plus one booster. This is a requirement for some clinical placements. If you are not fully vaccinated there may be a chance you will not be able to complete all your clinical placements. This may be subject to change.

"Best aspects were the amount of clinical experience opportunities. Zero fees has been hugely beneficial. I also feel that the enthusiasm and expertise of certain tutors in their chosen fields really shone through and made learning easier and more enjoyable. Health Sciences throughout all three years was one of the most enjoyable topics."

Bachelor of Nursing - feedback via Graduate Destination Survey

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