The PMCV conducted the Graduate Nursing and Midwifery Program (GNMP) Match in 2021.

GNMP Match results were published on Monday 4 October 2021.

All candidates who participated in the GNMP Match were sent an email advising whether they had been allocated to a position. Candidates can also view their allocation result via login to their account.

If you have been matched, the Health Service you have been matched to will contact you with further details. You are obliged under the Code of Conduct and the PMCV Match Policy to accept your matched position.

Please contact Health Services directly to enquire about their available positions.

The list of unmatched positions is now available here.

Please advise us if you have accepted an offer for next year, or are no longer seeking a position in Victoria, by emailing

Note that if you accept an offer to an unmatched position, you are bound by the same rules as a matched candidate and are not eligible to apply for or accept another graduate position in Victoria for next year.

Please note that updates will be made regularly to this page only. If you have any questions, please email the APS team on

Frequently Asked Questions about Match results:

Q: I need to decline my matched offer as I won’t complete my course on time. How do I do this?

A: You have two options:

(1) contact the Health Service where you were matched and ask if they have later intake date that you could commence at; or

(2) decline the offer (advise the Health Service that you will not complete your course in time to commence in your graduate position). If you will now be completing your course in 2022, you will be able to re-enter the 2022 GNMP Match for positions starting in 2023. Note that course completion relates to completing your final placements and course work, not necessarily your graduation or issue of exam results.

Q: I’ve been matched to a Health Service that’s too far to travel to. I don’t want to go.

A: You agreed to abide by the Code of Conduct when you signed up to participate in the GNMP Match, and as part of this Code, you are obliged to accept your matched position. It was your responsibility to ensure that the health services you listed in your preferences were places you would be prepared to work. If you decline your matched position, then you are not eligible to be considered by other health services listed in our matching service, even if they have vacancies.

All other queries, please email