Bachelor of Nursing
Level 7

Bachelor of Nursing

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  • Locations and dates


    21 February 2022
    Bachelor of Nursing - Year 1
  • Study options

    3 years full time

  • Length

    3 years full time

  • Total credits


  • Fees

    2022: Year 1: $7,112; Year 2: $7,205; Year 3: $7,108 plus $240 Student Services Levy per year

    Compulsory Student Services Fee also applies ($240 for fulltime students).
    Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection. View course details for individual fees.

  • National qualification code


The nursing profession is a rewarding and challenging career pathway for those interested in helping others.

If you achieved University Entrance (UE) in 2020, the entry requirements for this programme may differ from those displayed on this page and in printed material due to the disruption caused by COVID-19. To find out about entry requirements for those who achieve UE in 2020 see the NZQA website(external link).

There is a wide variety of career possibilities both nationally and internationally as a registered nurse, including medical, surgical, emergency department, mental health, public health and rural health nursing.

Gain the skills and experience you need for your career through combined theory, practice and clinical studies.

Since 2012 NMIT graduates have a 100% pass rate on Nursing Council New Zealand State Final Examinations. This is an internationally recognised qualification so you can not only work in New Zealand but also around the world.

Nursing in Marlborough

NMIT is investigating the possibility of delivering a significant portion of the Bachelor of Nursing programme at the Marlborough Campus with certain components requiring travel to the Nelson Campus.  

To express your interest please 'apply now' for the Marlborough delivery as an option.

COVID-19 vaccine

At present in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, all students applying for entry to a health programme are highly recommended to be vaccinated against COVID-19. All health sector organisations engaging health care workers have obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 to take all reasonable steps to eliminate, or otherwise control, the risk of COVID-19 transmission in the workplace. The New Zealand Government has mandated the vaccine for frontline health care workers. Many of the health care providers we work with are requiring their staff, including any students on placement, to be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. As more providers follow suit, if you are unvaccinated or if you choose not to disclose whether or not you are vaccinated or to provide evidence if asked, then this will have an impact on healthcare placements that you can be allocated to as part of your undergraduate health programme and will have an impact on successful completion of the programme.







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