Endeavour offers selected evening and weekend lectures to help students fit their learning around family or work commitments.
Endeavour offers lectures and tutorials throughout the week to help students fit their learning around other commitments. Selected subjects within the Bachelor of Health Science degrees can be completed online*, with regular online intakes that mean you can study outside traditional semester periods. However clinic-based based practicums and Livestream classes* must be completed at one of our campuses, therefore these degrees cannot be studied fully online (see below for fully online study options).
Students in their final semesters of study complete their clinical practice in Endeavour's on-campus professional natural medicine clinic, Endeavour Wellness Clinic, which is open to the public.
*Note: International students on a student visa are required to complete at least 2/3 of their course on campus.
In 2023, courses for international students are offered on the following campuses:
- Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture Therapies) – Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney
- Bachelor of Health Science (Chinese Medicine) – Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney
- Diploma of Health Science (Chinese Remedial Massage) – Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney
- Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)**– Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney
- Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine)** – Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney
Endeavour recognises that, in today’s world, the ability to learn anywhere, anytime, is highly valued. We offer international students the opportunity to supplement their on campus study with the ability to study some subjects online.
Online subjects include many Biosciences and Social Sciences, some herbal medicine and nutrition, as well as homeopathy. However Bachelor of Health Science degree study requires students, at various stages, to undertake practical and clinical subjects only in an on campus classroom or clinic environment. Depending on the course, students will be required to complete hours of clinical practice putting into practice the skills they have learnt in their particular modality.
When studying online, students are supported with a dedicated online tutor for each subject to help support their learning.
It should be noted that, due to visa requirements, international students are not able to study more than 30% of their course in online study mode. This is monitored throughout the student’s enrolment by the Student Services and Quality & Compliance teams. International students must also study at least one subject on campus in each Semester of enrolment.
Find out more about studying online.
Face-to-Face (On Campus) - this class is conducted at your nominated campus with a teacher and other students in an allocated classroom.
Online (Remote) - this class is conducted in an online learning environment. While you are welcome to attend campus to use the facilities (including library) and are required to attend campus for formal exams, you are not required to attend a formal classroom for your teaching to occur. All learning materials will be provided via the LMS.