Students

If you're a high school student, university student, TAFE student or a member of the community looking for information about a wide range of health careers, then look no further. Here you can find information about a range of health careers and about study – what it's like, how much it costs and the accommodation options. Perhaps most importantly, there is also information about scholarships, bursaries and other financial assistance to help you reach your future career goals.

Career prospects
A career in the health area can be the gateway to a rewarding and exciting future. Here you can find information on job prospects and health career profiles.
Work experience
Gaining some work experience in high school and university is a great way for you to decide what type of career you would or wouldn’t eventually like. It also offers the opportunity to make useful contacts in the Health industry.
University and TAFE study
Many health professions require you to complete study within a university, however TAFE is the most popular post secondary study option for Western Australians.
Financial assistance
Many rural and remote students are required to leave home, or spend time away from home, as part of their studies. Here you can find information on the range of financial assistance available for rural and remote students to study either at TAFE or University.
Student health professionals
Students are the future of the country health workforce. The WA Country Health Service (WACHS) is proud to support health students in their studies, and assist them in the transition to become country health professionals.