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Study Nursing in English!

BSc – 6 semesters (full time)

In the era of mass emigration and eldering society nursing is a very valuable and desirable profession. Student on this course must possess specialist knowledge about organization of patients’ healthcare process, therapeutic procedures and techniques, emergency rescue, rehabilitation process,  preventive treatment, education and promotion of healthy lifestyle.
Professional nurse should be prepared to make quick decisions during their day-to-day work.

 

The Nursing programme is designed to implement theory into practice. Huge amount of programme hours is dedicated to nursing practice in hospitals and clinics. Our programme will
provide you with a solid grounding in all the key areas necessary for successful completion of your studies. To operate effectively within the healthcare environment, nurses are required to be able to implement and evaluate change by contributing to the ongoing development on their field.

Total didactic hours: 4790.

Over 3700 hours in core study programmes group, including:

  • Midwifery, Gynaecology and Gynaecological Nursing
  • Paediatrics and Paediatrics Nursing
  • Internal Diseases and Internal Medicine Nursing
  • Surgery and Surgical Nursing
  • Rehabilitation and Nursing of the Disabled
  • Geriatrics and Geriatric Nursing
  • Neurology and Neurological Nursing
  • Psychiatry and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Anaesthesiology and Nursing in a Threat to Life
  • Palliative Care
  • Principles of Medical Rescue
  • Dietetics
  • Research in Nursing

Benefits to You

  • High Salary – being a nurse means being well paid
  • The program is adjusted to the job market – nurses are most wanted on job market in EU
  • The study in English gives you a better chance for a career and overcomes the boundaries opening global job market for you
  • Professional staff – teachers with practice
  • Certification Opportunities

Labour market

Demand for health professionals is now higher than ever before because the society is ageing, life expectancy is longer and people’s average age is higher due to better living conditions, improved access to medical services and pharmacological products as well as improvement of hygiene. Additionally, raising the standards of hospital and medical services resulting from the need to match those of Western European countries means that the demand for health services  and, in particular, for the work of nurses is constantly growing. The number of graduates of nursing schools is too small to satisfy the demand. There is a significant deficit in nurses; according to different sources, almost 1 million nurses will have quit their jobs by 2020.

  • According to the data provided by World Health Organisation (WHO), 80 million health professionals will be needed by 2030.  As the data from February 2018 show, there is a deficit in health professionals, mostly in nurses and midwives, in the world. This group constitutes about 50% of the current deficit in health care professionals. According to WHO, the largest demand for health professionals is in the countries of Africa and south-east Asia.
  • The report of WHO entitled “Global strategy on human resources for health: Workforce 2030” shows that in 2030 the global demand for nurses will amount to almost 8 million, of which 3 million in Africa and 2 million in south-east Asia.
  • Lack of well-qualified nursing staff is also noticeable in Europe, e.g. in Germany, where there are about 35 thousand vacancies. According to  the data included in the report of Rheinisch Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung, in 2020 84 thousand nurses will be needed in Germany. By 2030 the deficit will increase to 200 thousand. Germany is in the lead of those European countries which are looking for nurses. There was a 26% increase in job offers for nurses on the Internet in  2015 – 2017, which clearly shows that the demand for nursing staff is growing.  A growing demand has also been observed in Belgium (18%), Great Britain (17.2%) and Holland (16.9%).
  • Recently the number of job offers for nurses and midwives has increased in Great Britain. At the same time the number of candidates for these professions has dropped by 12%. According to the data provided by National Health Service (NHS), the number of nurses is insufficient. Great Britain will have to look to foreign professionals to ensure that British citizens have proper health care.
  • Similarly, the United States will have to look for health professionals. According to American Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 400 thousand new job offers will have been created by 2026

 

How to apply for Nursing in English

  1. Downlaod and fill in the Application Form 2019/2020 (PDF)
  2. Scan of all the necessary documents (listed in Application Form)
  3. Send all files to our e-mail address (listed below)
  4. Wait to receive an Offer Letter (via e-mail)
  5. Make payments
  6. Wait to receive an Acceptance Letter (via post)
  7. Get Visa (if necessary)

 

Scholarships for international students

Students who are not Polish citizens can get motivation scholarships from the University’s fund. Scholarships are awarded after the first semester to students who have obtained an average results not lower than 4.5. There are 10 scholarships for each 100 students studying at the faculty.

 

Tuition Fees

  • Application fee: € 150
  • Tuition fee for the first academic year:
    • candidates from: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine: 10,000 PLN
    • candidates from other countries: € 4000

All fees in euro currency must be transferred to the University’s bank account:

  • Name of the bank: Santander Bank Polska S.A. Oddzial 2 w Zamosciu
  • Address: Partyzantow 12, 22-400 Zamosc, Poland
  • SWIFT code: WBKPPLPP
  • IBAN/ Account number: PL02 1500 1807 1218 0002 5195 0000
  • Transfer title: please write your full name and date of birth  

Contact us

International Relations Office

 

Nursing is my passion. Thanks to the studies I expanded and updated my knowledge. Modern teaching methods at the university made me aware that in this profession you must develop the knowledge all the time.

Renata Smoluch (Nursing, 2nd year student)

 

Procedure of recognition of professional qualifications in the European Union

Nurses and midwives who are planning to practise their profession in the EU should apply to the District Chamber for issuing a certificate of professional qualifications in accordance with the requirements and confirmation that their diploma, certificate or any other document which is evidence of their professional qualifications corresponds to the relevant documents  confirming qualifications resulting from EU legal provisions. The basic document which is necessary in the procedure for recognition of professional qualifications in Member States of the European Union and those of the European Economic Area is a certificate issued by the relevant District Board of Nurses and Midwives.

As a rule, the principle of automatic recognition of qualifications in accordance with Directive 2005/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications is applied to recognition of qualifications of nurses and midwives subdivided in accordance with education criterion.  It means that a diploma of a nurse is recognized without conducting individual assessment of equivalence if it was issued after 1 May 2004. This is the case with Great Britain and Germany. In Norway an additional application for recognition of qualifications by Norwegian authorities needs to be submitted.

Most countries keep a public register of nurses and midwives and it is necessary to sign up in the register in accordance with the regulations in force in the given country.

 

 

 

 

 


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