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Moderated by: Darren

  • Joined: Jul 2007
  • Location: Adelaide
  • Posts: 2

Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:07 pm Last edited Jul 08, 2007, 11:37 pm Update #1

Hi everyone,

Im new here and i would like some info on becoming a midwife.

I have had no experience in this field, raised 4 children of my own though.

I ve always been interested in this field and feel now is the time to start my career.

So i would like to know where is the place to start? what do i do first to get into this, what do i have to do.

I live in Adelaide , Sa .

Any help would be appreciated , thanks everyone

modified: Monday 09 July 2007 8:46:58 am - Darren



  • Joined: May 2006
  • Location: Adelaide
  • Posts: 51

Jul 09, 2007, 11:40 am

Hi There Mystik

Here is the Link for Flinders Uni on there Midwifery course

From that link, you will be able to see what you need to do to enrol into this course, and also what is required of you from this course. If you want to check out other uni's and other programes, then just go to and type in the uni's name and look up their course listings and search for midwifery.

Hope this gives you a insite into midwifery and also helps you in deciding if this is a career path for you to take, best of luck with your studies and also your future as a midwife





  • Joined: Apr 2007
  • Location: Melbourne
  • Posts: 189

Jul 10, 2007, 10:44 pm

UNISA is also a good option for you too.

I would really love to be a midwife as well but after being out of school for over 10 years and being a stay home Mum with 2 kids I decided to start with another course first. So I am studying Div 2 nursing part time. (not that I am suggesting this mind you, just letting you know what worked for me).

Anyway I have decided that midwifery is really what I want to do and when I have completed my Div 2 I will go on and apply to bachelor of Mid and also bachelor of nursing and work towards that goal. I dont care how long it takes, as long as I get there.

Anyway there are a few options for you to look at so I suggest the same as Aaron and checking out all the uni's and seeing what they have to offer you.

I think it's great you know what you want to do. I say go for it and I wish you all the best with your research and applications and, of course, your studies !!!



  • Joined: Sep 2009
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  • Posts: 1

Sep 09, 2009, 12:40 pm

hi everyone

i have just joined the forum. i didi my bachelor of nursing to be a midwife. i am doing my grad year and have got the interview coming up for midwifery program. it is a group interview followed by indivisual interview.

any suggestions about the interview preparation would be helpful esp. group interview.


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