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For a better tomorrow

As a UniSC paramedicine student, you'll get to head out on placement in your first year. But first, we'll show you everything you need to know to ensure you thrive out in the field. Our five-star rated teaching staff* includes experienced paramedics and other professionals, so you're learning from experts with real-world knowledge.

In class you'll learn everything from pharmacology to legal and ethical practice, while honing your clinical skills in our specialist paramedics lab. Practise attending a range of scenarios and loading patients into the truck before heading out to your placement in the field.

*Good Universities Guide 2023/24

Head out on placement in your first year

I’ve really enjoyed my placements throughout my degree as it’s given me the opportunity to experience a snapshot of what my future job entails, and it’s affirmed that this was the right career path for me.

Kiara White

Bachelor of Paramedicine student

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Paramedicine at UniSC - IN THE NEWS

Student paramedic team's national success

UniSC paramedic students have won third place in an emergency simulation competition against universities from across Australia and New Zealand.

Paramedic Science students receive grant awards
Students awarded for research on life-saving treatment techniques

Two teams of UniSC Paramedic Science students have received Australasian grant awards for investigating techniques used to treat life-threatening emergencies related to diabetes and adrenal insufficiency.

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