Postgraduate Week: Medical and Health Sciences

Whether you're continuing from undergraduate study, looking to start a new career or build on your existing one come and discover what our postgraduate programmes can offer you.

Master of Health Leadership

Monday 17 May 12.30 to 1pm

Learn more about this innovative qualification for health professionals and graduates of health sciences, public health, commerce, law and arts degrees, who seek to improve the experiences of patients, the health of communities and populations, and the operations of health services.

Master of Nursing Science

Monday 17 May 2-2.30pm

Do you have a degree in Health Science or Science and are thinking about your career options? Find out how a Master of Nursing Science can fast-track your postgraduate journey and equip you to become a registered nurse in New Zealand.

Why study Youth Health?

Monday 17 May 4-4.30pm

Explore our multi-disciplinary Youth Health postgraduate study and research opportunities that support and enhance the healthy development and wellbeing of young people.

Preparing to be a Nurse Practitioner

Monday 17 May 5-5.30pm

Nurse practitioners are highly skilled autonomous health practitioners who have advanced education, clinical training and who have the legal authority to practice beyond the level of a registered nurse. Learn more about the steps you’ll need to take to become a Nurse Practitioner.

Vision studies: From neurobiology of compound eyes to clinical care and public health

Monday 17 May 7-7.30pm

Find out how the School of Optometry and Vision Science's postgraduate programmes assist and enhance clinical, biomedical and vision science research in this webinar.

Postgraduate Specialisation in Palliative Care

Tuesday 18 May 11-1.30am

If want to focus on patient care for those facing life challenging illness and embrace the essential elements and principles of patient-centred, holistic care, this webinar will help you explore study options in Palliative Care.

Master of Audiology

Tuesday 18 May 12.30-1pm

Find out how this research-based programme, recognised by the New Zealand Audiological Society, can train and qualify you as a clinical audiologist in New Zealand.

Addiction Studies and Alcohol and Drug Studies

Wednesday 19 May 11-11.30am

These two related fields of study provide you with a broad knowledge of addiction and substance abuse issues in the community, including the biology of addiction, co-existing problems and planning for lifestyle changes.

Study options for practitioners in Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Wednesday 19 May 12.30-1pm

If you are wanting a career where you can make a difference by focusing on the mental health of children, or if you are already employed in this field and want to expand your knowledge and practice, then this webinar is ideal for you.

Nutrition and Dietetics

Wednesday 19 May 3.30-4pm

Nutrition and Dietetics is an important aspect in patient care and recovery—find out how postgraduate study in this field equips you with the knowledge and skills to provide safe, competent and responsible dietetic care in a variety of health settings.

Doctor of Health Sciences

Wednesday 19 May 5-5.30pm

A new doctoral programme for health professionals is currently in development—come along to hear more about what this new doctorate entails.

Population Mental Health: Opportunities in contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand

Thursday 20 May 11-11.30am

If you are already working in the mental health field and want to extend your career potential, or if you are a graduate from a similar degree and want to move into this area, come and learn more about Population Mental Health.

Digital Health

Thursday 20 May 12.30-1pm

If you have strengths in strategic thinking and designing process and systems to achieve a desirable result, then Digital Health could be the ideal subject for you.

Postgraduate studies in Women's Health

Thursday 20 May 2.30-3pm

Where can Women’s Health take you? Specialising in Women’s Health provides you with the tools and knowledge to advise women in areas of reproductive health and wellbeing. 

Biomedical Science

Friday 21 May 11-11.30am

Biomedical Science is a rapidly developing research-led field—learn more about the different postgraduate study options you can pursue in this webinar.