Save up to 75% on postgraduate course fees when you start in July.

Fast-track your career in health

Grow your confidence and broaden your capability with a UOW postgraduate health degree and enjoy flexible and online study options to fit around your commitments. Eligible domestic students can receive up to 75% off tuition fees with a Commonwealth supported place.


Medical and Health Leadership
Gerontology, Rehabilitation & Dementia Care
Public Health
All health courses

Get up to 75% off your fees in 2024

UOW is guaranteeing Commonwealth Supported places for eligible domestic students studying postgraduate health courses in 2024. This means the Australian Government will pay up to 75% of course fees. There’s never been a better time to get started on your next qualification.

I worked full-time while I studied my Masters. There was flexibility in that I could increase or decrease my workload as needed to create work-life balance, which I did. I had really great support from my teachers too. Everything about postgrad study at UOW was so valuable. There were some great social networking opportunities, and it gave me the skills and confidence to step into a leadership role. Sharon Phillips Master of Health Leadership & Management After-hours nurse manager at Campbelltown Hospital

Advance your career in health

Our courses offer a broad range of experiences, with learning material informed by senior leaders and clinicians in health, as well as community members.

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The course prepares students for leadership roles in health and management and leadership more generally from the context that you start with yourself. So in the health context, we work as part of a multidisciplinary team. Doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, all key stakeholders such as administrators, consumers, patients and families work together across a range of environments and skill sets. So even if you're not in a position with that title already, you are required to have leadership and management skills in whatever you're doing and you can build on that as you progress throughout your career.

The learning opportunities in the modules for each of the subjects in the degree provide learners with the opportunity to take on leadership roles and all the assessment tasks are work based activities. For example, engaging with your team to develop new policies, amend existing policies, undertake environmental audits and design evaluation processes for your workplace.

The curriculum has been developed by experienced academics but most importantly in consultation with senior clinicians. Whenever we update our learning material, we consult with our clinical leaders across different care settings to make sure that the experience is contemporary for the learners and the colleagues enrolled in the degree.

3rd in NSW

UOW ranks 3rd in NSW for postgraduate health services and support.

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Number 2

UOW ranked number two in NSW and the ACT for postgraduate Learner Engagement

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The Master of Science (Person Centred Dementia Care) has given me the tools, knowledge and confidence to become a clinical leader and expert in Aged Care nursing. Since completing the degree I have been engaged in policy design, educational interventions and clinical research. The degree opened more doors and career opportunities than I could have imagined. Amy Montgomery Master of Science (Person Centred Dementia Care)

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