Hot Courses in Demand

Here you will find the latest and most popular courses currently in demand. If you would like further information or would like to apply for these courses, contact us today!


Flinders University - Master of Nursing (Coursework and Research)

The Master of Nursing (Coursework and Research) at Flinders University aims to develop advanced nursing practice and research skills to prepare nurses to make significant contributions to healthcare services and the nursing profession. In addition to developing specialist nursing skills, students have the opportunity to conduct research in their area of interest under individualised supervision. The program provides training in literature review, critique and synthesis to support research, and students will also develop skills in completing and submitting research grant proposals for ethical approval and funding applications.  

The program can be completed in 1.5 years and is available for both full-time and part-time study, with online and in-person delivery modes. Upon graduation, students will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to pursue a range of potential occupations, including clinical nursing specialist, healthcare researcher, educator, manager, and policy leader. The program is a gold affiliate of the Australian College of Nursing. 

To find out more and apply, contact ACIC today



Deakin University - Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

Study a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy course at Deakin University and get to work with real people in real communities.  

Occupational therapy empowers people to reach goals, and lead active, healthy and productive lives. It will prepare students to identify people’s strengths and limitations, environmental and social supports and barriers, and the role these play in people’s ability to participate in occupations that are meaningful to them. Students will gain the expertise to develop personalised, evidence-based intervention plans for people whose health and wellbeing is affected by a range of issues, including injury, illness, disability or environmental barriers. 

Occupational therapy job demand has experienced strong growth over the past five years, from 17,500 jobs in 2018 to 20,000 in 2023 and this growth is expected to continue. 

Interested in this course? Contact ACIC right now!