BSc (Hons) Nursing

Duration: 4 years

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The Nursing Studies Program seeks to cultivate ethical, scientifically-literate scholars, professionals, and citizens who will act and lead in accordance with the values of sustainability and social responsibility. On the other hand, it also strives to run the university as a research and instructional organization that adds value to the long-term growth of the economy and of society as a whole.

The program’s main goal is to prepare nurses by giving them good knowledge and technical skills, fostering the development of their critical thinking, compassion, and vision, and promoting the wellbeing of the person, family, and community.

IELTS 5.5 – 6.5
IGCSE / GCSE A – C
TOEFL (IBT) 72 – 94
IB English Standard Level 4 – 6
IB English High Level 5 – 6
IB English A: Literature SL&HL 5 – 6
GCE English Language A* – C
Michigan Language Assessment 53 – 63

All students are required to take standardized placement tests in English and Mathematics. These tests are administered by the University during the orientation week and aim to assess each student’s potential.

The program’s goals are, more precisely, to:

Provide high-quality education in nursing care and other important areas;
Aid in the development of a profession in the healthcare industry;
Improving one’s capacity for lifelong learning and for personal growth in order to make a positive impact on society as a whole in regards to the crucial issues of health promotion, protection, preservation, and rehabilitation.