Be in-demand with a health degree from QLD's No.1 public university for skills development*.
From dietitians to public health experts, occupational therapists to clinical technicians, professionals with the skills to diagnose and treat health issues are in high demand. And we've got the facilities and five-star rated teaching* to get you there.
UniSC medical and health science students undertake clinical placements, treat patients under supervision, and use cutting-edge technology to delve further into the human body than a textbook ever could. We'll also give you plenty of opportunities to get hands-on in class using industry-standard equipment so you confidently know your way around patient care when you're on placement.
* Good Universities Guide 2022
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Dietetics student takes the roads less travelled
A UniSC Dietetics student planning a series of work placements across regional Queensland in the next six months has won a $1,500 scholarship to help fund her journey of more than 2,000km.