What our students say
Watch Bachelor of Health Sciences graduates talk about their study and achievements in:
- health services management
- occupational therapy
- health promotion
- speech pathology.
Watch Bek Adams talk about how she gained entry into Medicine by studying Health Sciences at UQ.
Watch Brad Brennan talk about how the Bachelor of Health Sciences worked as his preferred pathway to Medicine.
Health services management
Health service managers play a key role in the effective delivery of health services. They are involved in planning, managing and evaluating health services, and may work in areas such as finance, human resources, e-Health and administration.
Watch Zina Ng talk about her study and career highlights in health services management.
The science of nutrition has never been more vital. With an ageing population and significant growth in population health issues, such as obesity and the spread of infectious diseases, there has been an increasing demand for qualified dietitians and nutritionists. The Bachelor of Health Sciences is a great pathway into Dietetics.
Watch Ellie Carlton talk about how she gained entry into Dietetics by studying Health Sciences at UQ.
Occupational therapists are health professionals trained to assist people of all ages to overcome factors which limit their ability to function in certain "occupational roles". These limiting factors may have been caused by injury or illness; psychological or emotional difficulties; developmental delay; or the effects of ageing. The Bachelor of Health Sciences provides a broad overview of healthcare and equips graduates with the foundations needed for a career in Occupational Therapy.
Watch UQ Bachelor of Health Sciences graduate, Claire Scanlon, share where she is now, why she chose the Bachelor of Health Sciences, her study and career highlights.
Preventive health roles focus on promoting wellness in individuals, communities and the nation as a whole. They concentrate on evidence-based health education to prevent illness and disease, and promote healthy lifestyles and behaviours. The Bachelor of Health Sciences is a great pathway into many health-related careers.
Watch Alana Haymes talk about how she gained her dream job by studying Health Sciences at UQ.
You can also listen to UQ Bachelor of Health Sciences graduate, Mitchell Stalker, share where he is working now and why he chose the Bachelor of Health Sciences. Watch the clip (YouTube, 2m).
Watch Dannika Davis share her speech pathology study and career highlights and why she chose the Bachelor of Health Sciences.