When studying one of our Bachelor of Health Science degrees, all clinical and practical subjects are studied on-campus, and regular online intakes allow study outside the traditional semester periods.
Another great feature of our on-campus experience is our public-facing Wellness Clinics, where students complete practical training and treat real clients under the guidance of clinic supervisors. If you’re undertaking a Health Science degree, you’ll be required to come onto campus to undertake your clinical and practical subjects.
We encourage all students to enjoy the campus experience and take advantage of a range of facilities including a dedicated Student Services team, a library, computer hubs, student breakout spaces, networking events and more.
As a higher-education College, we recognise that it can be difficult to make it to campus while also balancing work and personal commitments alongside study. Our newly upgraded digital learning environment provides students with an immersive and personalised digital learning experience that will help to support them to be the best natural health experts they can be.
This digital learning upgrade supports life-long learning that goes well beyond the classroom and will significantly improve the quality of education for our students. Endeavour College of Natural Health has been producing the finest natural health experts in Australia since 1975, and we look forward to guiding the next generation of students towards their goals.
Endeavour offers the option to study entirely online in the following qualifications; our Undergraduate Certificates, the Bachelor of Complementary Medicine and the Diploma of Health Science. These courses are fully accredited and offer students the flexibility to fit their studies around existing commitments.
Students who study online are supported by a dedicated online academic for each subject, have access to interactive learning materials, videos and more, all housed within an intuitive digital learning platform.
You can read more about online learning and study options by visiting the student FAQs page.
Whether you study on-campus, online or via a mix of the two, we will find a way to support your needs not only as a student but as an individual. Endeavour students have access to ongoing support resources including IT assistance, academic and course progression advisers, student support teams, virtual wellbeing sessions and webinars and more (so much more).
To use our online study platform, we recommend that students are running the latest versions of operating systems (OS) for desktop, laptop and mobile devices as well as the latest version of a preferred browser. For the best online study experience, please ensure you have the following:
All of our students have access to our Learning Management System and the Student Portal. This is where students can find their course information, access course materials, view timetables, access forms, pay fees, seek assistance and feedback, along with other resources and support tools.
Online subjects are delivered in the digital medium of an immersive and engaging online platform with recorded lecturers.
Blended learning subjects are delivered in the online environment and there will be maximum of 33% autonomous online learning and delivered via live-streaming or on campus. The 33% will be self-directed study through engaging and interactive activities, readings and other topic related content.
Online live-streaming subjects are delivered using a virtual platform (e.g. Zoom) and live-streamed to students on campus or home settings. Classes will be capped at 50 – though on average there'll be less students per live-streamed class.
On campus studies are where students are required to attend practical or clinical classrooms in the on-campus environment.
At Endeavour, we offer students the option to study full-time, part-time, or the ability to adjust study loads if needed – moving from full-time to part time study and vice versa. Our dedicated course progression team is here to help when it comes to figuring out the right study-load for each student and the steps they need to take to support their journey to graduation.