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Nursing courses

University of Malta

Certificates For Graduates Of Non Eu/eea Nursing Programs (program Leads To Registration )

  • Duration : 6 Months
  • Intake : Oct
  • Level : Certificate
  • Tuition & fees : € 5,600 Per Year
  • IELTS : 6.0
  • TOEFL : 0
  • PTE : 0


About this course

The purpose of this Certificate programme is to address the gaps between the undergraduate training of nurses qualified in non-EU/EEA countries and the requirements for nurse training stipulated by EU regulations. Through a combination of study-units the programme is adjusted to meet the needs of different applicants, after an evaluation of each applicant's qualifications. The programme is divided equally between a theoretical component and a clinical placement, which run concurrently.

The topics covered throughout the programme span across multiple facets of nursing care delivery. These encompass both health and social care issues, and range across the primary, secondary and tertiary healthcare settings. The core components of the programme address the over-arching requirements of the EU directive, and will enable students to consolidate their clinical competencies, to understand different healthcare systems, and to work as a nurse in healthcare systems within an EU-member state. In addition, alongside the core study-units, students will pursue a set of theoretical study-units selected as required from a wide array of study-units which address a range of clinical specialities, and nursing / health concepts.

Learning outcomes

- Demonstrate the ability to work in any health and social care setting in a culturally competent manner, which accommodates an understanding of the legal and regulatory frameworks of a respective setting, country and population
- Demonstrate adequate knowledge about the main health concerns in populations across the European region and prevalent trends of managing common health conditions and diseases
- Think and evaluate critically in the course of assimilating and applying knowledge and skills to any one specific care setting or type of patient / client
- Deliver care as a safe independent practitioner in all areas of care delivery which the EU directive identifies, that is surgical and medical settings, community and primary health, child and maternity, mental health and geriatric settings.

Course intended for

This programme is targeted at qualified nurses who have completed a nurse training programme outside the EU and are seeking to align their nursing qualification with the latest EU requirements for nurse education.

Career opportunites and access to further studies

Nurses who successfully complete this programme can apply for registration as a nurse with the Maltese Council of Nurses and Midwives. Nurses who successfully complete this programme can pursue CPD and further education opportunities which are available for registered nurses.

University of Malta Highlights

Type Public
Established 1769
Campus Urban
Academic staff 961
Administrative staff 930
Students 11,117

University of Malta Avg Tution Fees  And Other Expenses

Avg.Tution Fees €5500-10800
Visa Fee €125
 Insurance €60-80

Food Cost

€100 to 150 Euro Per month
Accommodation €200 to 500 Euro Per month
Meals €250
Mobile/Wi-Fi €30
Local Transport €40
Leisure Activities €200
Laundry €30
Electricity/Water €50

above is an approximate guide of the monthly expenses you are likely to incur while studying in Malta. These are only approximations since your monthly bill will be determined by your personal lifestyle.  *based on 2 or 3 persons sharing an apartment.

 

Fees components - (1st year Fees and expense)

Tuition & fees :

€ 5,600

Total

€ 5,600

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