Midwifery is a major discipline of Nursing Sciences and major Midwifery programmes awarded by Australian universities include various levels of courses such as Bachelor of Midwifery, Master of Midwifery and Graduate Diploma in Midwifery.
Queensland University of Technology offers a full time Graduate Diploma in Midwifery for overseas candidates. Educational cost is approximately AUS $10,500 per semester and course duration varies from three months to one year. Course begins in the month of February.
Bachelor of Midwifery is available at the University of Queensland at a cost of about AUS $21,200 a year. It is a full time Bachelor degree and duration ranges from one year to three years. A dual degree programme, Bachelor of Midwifery along with Bachelor of Nursing, is available at the Deakin University. Cost of education is AUS $22,590 a year. It is a full time bachelor degree course with a course length of over three years.
Griffith University offers a Diploma programme and a Master degree for international students. Diploma in Midwifery is a full time course with course duration of three months to one year. Course starts in July. Master of Midwifery with Honours is a full time master degree and duration is one year to three years. Educational cost is about AUS $18,000 a year. Course starts in the month of July.
University of Wollongong also offers Master of Midwifery (Research) at a cost of AUS $32,040 for the entire course. Study Level is Master degree and study mode is Full Time. Duration is one year to three years and course starts in the month of July.
Master of Midwifery course is available at the Queensland University of Technology and University of the Sunshine Coast also. Master course offered by the Queensland University of Technology will cost AUS $10,500 per semester while that of University of the Sunshine Coast is about AUS $16,000.