Welcome to the Forum - General Aussie Chat - page 30
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Jul 25, '12Quote from julianne.00i'm coming over to nsw in september for a year.... who's down for tea and giving me the real digs on ed nursing in oz, so i don't need to wear an adult diaper on my first day?
g'day julianne and welcome to the aussie forums!
just a tip if you're coming down under ..... nappy!:d
here in oz we call them nappies - not diapers.:d
i hope you enjoy your travels to our beauitful land here down under and that your stay here is filled with lots of fun and interesting experiences.
i'm not in nsw, but hopefully someone who is will make contact and offer to join you for tea!
Jul 25, '12Ahhh thank you for the nappy warning, and the welcome! I'm sure I will have a fantastic time and meet lots of amazing people!
Aug 16, '12O my! I have just finished work and I feel that I have been run over by a tram! I cannot seem to shake this cold I have had for a few weeks - just a runny nose and sneezing. well after 7 days in a row I feel awful. Going to curl up with a box of tissues and sneeze my way to sleep.
Come on Spring I have had enough of winter...............and tomorrow is forecast for 12 degrees!
Apr 6, '15Hey I'm thinking about doing a year or so of nursing in Australia.. Just started researching requirements and such...
Jul 9, '15Me too, I'll be studying in Australia for my bridging program. Hopefully, I could make friends here because I'll be going there alone.
Oct 18, '15Hey- In my opinion (I graduated 5 years ago and am currently doing postgrad at UTS) the cream-of-the-crop/most respected schools (currently) are UTS and Notre Dame. In my practice now, when working with students, Notre Dame seem to be great.
Not to say Usyd is bad, they are traditionally more focussed on Med rather than Nursing.
Hope this helps.