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Health & Medicine Courses

Health and medicine courses prepare you for a range of careers as a medical professional. Medical graduates often become nurses and doctors, but these qualifications are highly regarded in a variety of fields, such as research and development. Graduates with medical qualifications are sought after and have favourable employment prospects. 

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Recommended Competencies

  • Good analytical skills
  • Good communication skills
  • A care for people
  • Problem solving skills

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  • Mathematics
  • Biology
  • Sciences

Graduates with medical qualifications are sought after and have favourable employment prospects.

Health and medicine diplomas provide candidates with skills in areas such as critical care, preventative care, community diagnosis, community health care education, and life support management. 

Graduates can pursue careers in community health care services and often become clinical officers. A diploma in nursing is the basic requirement to become a nurse. Bachelor degrees in nursing science are also available. 
Nursing courses provide necessary theoretical and practical training in nursing, health care administration and research. 

Study a bachelor of medicine to become a doctor and help meet the growing demand for quality clinical care. Medical courses teach you clinical practice, community health care, medical research, management of health care services, and preventative medicine. 

Health courses can lead to a career as an occupational or physical therapist, or as a caregiver. Study medical psychology to become qualified in behavioural medicine. Other career paths include biomedical science and technology for health workers.

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Graduates with medical qualifications are sought after and have favourable employment prospects.

Health and medicine diplomas provide candidates with skills in areas such as critical care, preventative care, community diagnosis, community health care education, and life support management. 

Graduates can pursue careers in community health care services and often become clinical officers. A diploma in nursing is the basic requirement to become a nurse. Bachelor degrees in nursing science are also available. 
Nursing courses provide necessary theoretical and practical training in nursing, health care administration and research. 

Study a bachelor of medicine to become a doctor and help meet the growing demand for quality clinical care. Medical courses teach you clinical practice, community health care, medical research, management of health care services, and preventative medicine. 

Health courses can lead to a career as an occupational or physical therapist, or as a caregiver. Study medical psychology to become qualified in behavioural medicine. Other career paths include biomedical science and technology for health workers.