Planned Maintenance Our banking partner will perform essential maintenance from 3:30am to 7:00am on 4/12/2016 (Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT)). AHPRA's account services, registration renewal for health practitioners, online graduate applications, financial transactions and other online services will be unavailable during this time. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

Apply Online

Online applications are available to students completing an Australian approved program of study, except for students applying for registration as a dental practitioner in multiple divisions of the profession. These applicants, as well as overseas graduates or those who have been previously registered as a health practitioner, must use the hard copy General registration application forms available on their profession’s National Board website. Individuals who graduated or completed their course over two years ago must apply using a hard copy form. 

Please note that you will need a Visa or Mastercard credit or debit card to apply online. Further information about online graduate applications is available in the answers to frequently asked questions.

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What happens after I apply online?

You will receive a Next steps checklist email from AHPRA. You must send us your supporting documents by post within 30 days to complete your application for registration.

Your application for registration will be assessed while we wait for your education provider to advise us that you are eligible to graduate. AHPRA will contact you if more information is needed and/or to confirm your registration.

New graduates registered with their profession’s National Board are eligible to start work as soon as their name is published on the national register.

Other applicants who can apply for registration by an online portal

The following applicants can apply for registration using AHPRA’s online services portal and must log in using their User ID:

  • An enrolled nurse who is due to complete an approved program of study that will qualify them as a registered nurse or midwife. 
  • A pharmacy intern with provisional registration who has completed all requirements to be eligible to apply for general registration. 
  • A medical intern with provisional registration who has completed all requirements to be eligible to apply for general registration.
Page reviewed 11/10/2016