Study to be a registered Nurse in Europe

What we learned and observed from the current pandemic is that there is not enough healthcare practitioners, especially Nurses. The shortage of Nurses is #Global. If you study to be a Nurse, and once you finish studying and become a registered Nurse, you are most likely guaranteed employment!

The BSc Nursing, conducted at the Vincent Pol University (VPU) in Lublin, Poland is aimed at candidates who are prepared to provide direct health care services in hospitals, outpatient clinics, medical or penal institutions, residential homes and many others. The main goal of the Nursing programme is to gain the necessary knowledge and skills from experienced staff and to prepare students for work in a profession which has an ever-increasing demand and social prestige.

General Entry Requirements

International students applying to our University have to submit documents confirming their graduation from a Secondary School (Year 12) or a University. Certificates and diplomas issued abroad must be officially legalised and recognised in Poland.

Language Requirements

International students must submit a document confirming their knowledge of English, or are required to a attend an English language course. This requirement does not apply to students for whom English is a native language or was a language of instruction at school.

International students should demonstrate that they meet one of the following minimum language requirements: TOEFL test with a score of at least 550, IELTS test with a score of at least 6.0 for Bachelor and Master studies,

Fees

Administration fee (non-refundable) – 200 Euro (approx. SGD$302.01) | Tuition fee (per year) – 3,500 Euro (approx. SGD$5,255.25)

Intake

The next intake is in October 2022!

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