BSc. (Hons) Contemporary Nursing 2+0 (Post-Registration) in collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK

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Duration:
2 years
Tuition Fees:
RM32,130.00
Area:
Location of Study:
Selangor
Full Time/Part Time:
Part Time
Awarding Country:
United Kingdom,UK
Awarding University:
University of Hertfordshire
BSc. (Hons) Contemporary Nursing 2+0 (Post-Registration) in collaboration with University of Hertfordshire, UK
MQA Reference No: PA2109
  • Field of Study: Health / Medicine / Veterinary Studies
  • Specialization: Nursing
  • Level: Degree
  • Conducted Entirely in Msia/Transfer: Fully Conducted in Malaysia
  • Intake: September,
  • Entry Requirement:

    * Diploma in Nursing or its equivalent
    * Registered with Malaysia Nursing Board
    * Possess current Annual Practicing Certificate
    * Minimum 3 years working experience as a registered nurse

  • English Requirements:

    * Pass International English Language Testing Services (IELTS) with a minimum score of 6.5 or evidence of an equivalent standard as determined by the University of Hertfordshire, UK

  • Brief Description:

    Local Student Total Fee: RM32,130

    Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare College and University of Hertfordshire is now collaborating to offer a BSc (Hons) Contemporary Nursing 2+0 program. The program is a post-registration nursing degree for registered nurses who have already successfully completed a Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) approved Diploma in Nursing, and are currently working in clinical practice.

    The BSc (Hons) Contemporary Nursing 2+0 program is structured to help students achieve their maximum potential. In each semester students will attend an approximately three (3) weeks block study at Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare College, where they will be taught theories relevant to nursing practices, by University of Hertfordshire lecturers flying in from United Kingdom.

    Upon completion of the teaching weeks, students will return to clinical practice for the remainder of the semester.

    The students will have the chance to apply the theories learnt, to clinical decision making and critical thinking in their course of work. They will be supported by a Critical Friend in the clinical practice area and monitored by the Program Coordinator.

    At the end of the program , the graduates will be able to:
    * Evaluate critically the effectiveness of care delivery within the sphere of practice
    * Analyse major influences that impact the planning and delivery of care in contemporary practice
    * Assess the types, sources and process of gathering nursing care data in order to select and generate the best available evidence to support and enhance practice.
    * Conduct a critical reflection on personal and professional progress in order to direct current and future learning.
    * Use commonly available IT based resources

    Established in 1995 and registered with the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare College is one of the pioneers in healthcare education in Malaysia.