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Finland

Health Sciences

Nursing

Bachelor of Health Care: Nursing

3.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


The overall aim of this programme is to educate students with a view to practicing as a nurse in international and multicultural nursing contexts. Practical training will include provision of nursing care and support to individuals, families and communities in order to help them achieve favourable health and avoid illness. Another important goal is to develop the students" counselling skills and establishing interactive relationships with anxious and distressed individuals.

The programme highlights particularly the impact of culture on nursing care and on expected outcomes. Students are encouraged to perform part of their studies abroad. Basics of Multidisciplinary Project Management and Business Studies are included in the curriculum. Students will be acquainted with problem-based learning (PBL), and the foundations of evidence-based Nursing.

Programme content


Public Health & Promotion; Nursing Methods; Medication & Nutrition; Patent Safety; Medical Nursing; Surgical & Perioperative Nursing; Mental Health & Substance Abuse Nursing; Sexual/Reproductive Nursing & Nursing of Women; Nursing of Families & Children; Research Methodology; Advanced Nursing Skills; Development and Leadership in Health Care; Entrepreneurship in Nursing; Thesis

Progression


The degree is comparable with equivalent degrees in other EU countries.

Entry Requirements


3 A-levels  + 3 GCSEs\

All applicants are required to have basic Finnish language skills (level B1)

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H5

All applicants are required to have basic Finnish language skills (level B1)

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A-Level/Leaving Cert results normally need to be received by university before 14th July

19 January

23 January