REASONS FOR CHOOSING THIS PROGRAMME

Clinical practice

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2,300 hours of clinical practice in an extensive network of collaborations covering all health care levels (hospitals, clinics, health centres, rehabilitation centres, special schools, etc.).

Degree from a top International University

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Bachelor of Science degree from Queen Margaret University.

Classes in laboratories

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Numerous hours of learning in state-of-the-art and purpose-build Nursing labs.

UNIVERSITY
DURATION IN YEARS
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LANGUAGE
gr

The BSc (Hons) Nursing at the Metropolitan College prepares new nurses to provide safe and effective care while cultivating a relationship of trust and respect with the patient, by using a mixed approach to learning, teaching and assessment.

Nursing is an evolving profession whose continuous growth demands a wealth of scientific knowledge and clinical skills. Furthermore, it also requires the continuous increase of research work in nursing as well as the contribution of other disciplines (medicine, psychology, medical sciences, etc.). The main objective of the Nursing curriculum is to present current developments in theory and clinical practice, to promote a multidisciplinary approach to health care and research, and to support a critical approach to learning and practice. The methods contributing to studying the science of nursing are lectures, seminars, simulation and 2,300 hours of mandatory clinical practice (required for professional accreditation in EU states).

MODULES PER YEAR

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  • Caring in Professional Contexts
  • Introduction to Academic Enquiry
  • Skills and Practice 1: Essential Skills for Nursing
  • Applied Science 1
  • Communication and Study skills for ESL students in Nursing 1
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  • Learning to Assess and Care for Ill Adults: Enquiry Based Learning: 1
  • Caring for the Adult with Complex Healthcare Needs: Enquiry based learning: 2
  • Skills and Practice 2: Learning to Care in Diverse Settings
  • Professional Roles and Interprofessional teamwork
  • Communication and Study skills for ESL students in Nursing 2
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  • Evidence-based Healthcare Governance (EBHG)
  • Recognition and Management of the Deteriorating Patient: (RMDP)
  • Recovery Rehabilitation and Long Term Issues (RRLTI)
  • Skills and Practice 3: Complex Care (SP3)
  • IPE: Delivering Integrated Care
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  • Leadership for Developing Professional Practice
  • Dissertation: Research Proposal or Work-based Learning Proposal
  • Skills and Practice 4: Transition to professional registration
  • Political and Social Contexts
  • Communication and Study skills for ESL students in Nursing 3

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Career Prospects

Nursing graduates possess all the skills required to evolve further and have a career as:

  • Nurses in:
    hospitals (public and private), health centres, elderly care institutions, rehabilitation centres, health and other organisations, the National Primary Health Care Network, the Public Power Corporation, the Hellenic Telecommunications Organisation, banks, plants, factories, insurance companies, institutions for disadvantaged individuals, NGOs, municipalities, Open Care Centres for the Elderly, general schools and schools for children with special needs, private polyclinics, research centres, secondary and tertiary nursing education (depending on their additional qualifications).
  • Freelancers.
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Entry Requirements

This programme is aimed at graduates of secondary education who wish to advance professionally in the field of Nursing.

Required documentation:

  • Copy of High School Certificate
  • Letters of Recommendation by High School teachers
  • Copy of Identity Card
  • Passport-sized photos
  • MC Application Form

A personal interview complements the evaluation of the above documentation.

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