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Curtin nursing students learning in a clinical setting

Become a registered nurse in Kalgoorlie or Albany

With a registered nursing degree, you can add to your skill set and enjoy a wide range of leadership opportunities across clinical settings.

The 2.5-year Enrolled Nurse to Registered Nurse stream is the ideal pathway to transform your qualification from enrolled nurse to registered nurse, and take your career to a new level.

Female nursing students learning in a clinical setting

Gain professional recognition

When you graduate, you can apply for registration as a Registered Nurse (Division 1) with the Nursing and Midwifery Board Australia and work as a Registered Nurse across many industries including community health, home healthcare, nursing care facilities and private and public hospitals.

A female student in a clinical learning setting at Curtin's Cockburn Health Clinic

Advance your career

Becoming a registered nurse will qualify you to engage in more complex care, lead teams of enrolled and registered nurses, and become eligible for senior leadership and management roles.

Our campuses

Study at Curtin Kalgoorlie

Curtin Kalgoorlie is located next to the Central Business District and offers a strong sense of community both in and out of the classroom, plus a thriving social club that hosts regular events and activities.


If you’re studying at Curtin Kalgoorlie, you can live at the Agricola student accommodation. Agricola is located across from the campus, close to the town centre, and offers access to a gym, sporting and leisure facilities.

Study at GSUC

Located in the heart of the City of Albany, GSUC offers you 24-hour access to learning facilities including study spaces, computers, video conferencing, high-speed internet and printing.

When you study at GSUC, you’ll be supported throughout your learning. Services include study advice and planning, assignment and exam assistance, writing and research skills, and pastoral support. You’ll also have opportunities to network with other students through social activities and engage with local and visiting academics.

Have a question?

If you have a question about studying with us, reach out and connect with Curtin for advice and support on courses, applications and more with Curtin Support Services.

Opening hours:
Mon to Fri: 8.30am – 4.30pm, except Tues: 9.30am – 4.30pm (AWST). Closed public holidays.