I think you can have any nursing job when you apply. From what I remember the last person I know who came through was working in emergency previously. The UC program is new. Honestly, I did my B. Mid at UC and it wasn't great. The quality of teaching was pretty low, to the point the hospital was planning on making complaints about the quality of graduates last I heard. But they've recently overhauled their staff, including the head of the program. Having done nursing already, you'll probably find UC better than I did, and at the base level the workload will probably be less than Charles Sturt, but I don't think you get paid in the same way to be a student. But obviously double check all that, UC haven't done a postgrad mid program for about 6 years so a lot could've changed. This probably wasn't helpful, hah.