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Soldiers seriously ransack school of Nursing (Video)

Students of Our Lady of Lourdes school of Nursing, Ihiala in Anambra state, scamper as Nigerian military ransacks school for Unknown gunmen.

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Video of soldiers ransacking school of Nursing for unknown gunmen (UGM)
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Zambia’s Best Nursing Universities

There are many universities offering a bachelor’s degree in nursing in Zambia. Here is a list of universities in larger cities of Zambia:

No.Best Nursing Schools in ZambiaCitySector
1University of ZambiaLusakaPublic
2University of LusakaLusakaPrivate
3Mulungushi UniversityKabwePublic
4Texila American UniversityLusakaPrivate
5Cavendish UniversityLusakaPrivate
6Rusangu UniversityMonzaPrivate
7Lusaka Apex Medical UniversityLusakaPrivate
8Northrise UniversityNdolaPrivate
9Catholic UniversityKalulushiPrivate
10Livingstone International UniversityLusakaPrivate
11Chreso UniversityLusakaPrivate
12Copperstone UniversityKitwePrivate
List of institutions offering nursing in zambia

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How to Choose Between the Best Nursing Schools in Zambia

Among the listed universities offering degree in nursing in Zambia, you can choose one that suits your requirement. However, there are certain things you need to consider before enrolling in a bachelor of science in nursing. The following are a few qualities of the best nursing schools in Zambia that you need to ensure before joining a nursing course.

  • Approval and Accreditation – Ensure whether the university is approved and accredited.
  • Curriculum Standards – Confirm whether the schools follow a standard curriculum.
  • Infrastructure and Lab Facilities – Check whether they have proper infrastructure and lab facilities to offer you the quality education and necessary training to learn nursing skills efficiently.
  • Qualified Faculty–Make sure whether the university has qualified faculty.
  • Pass Rates – Look for student pass rates of the university.
  • Rank – Get to know the rank that positions in any of the authorized body.
  • Fees– As nursing is a professional degree, the tuition fees would be high. However, you can compare the fee structure between universities offering degree in nursing in Zambia.

Besides, you should also look for a nursing degree in Zambia with flexible payment options for students to pay their tuition fees. Certain best nursing schools in Zambia like Texila American University (TAU) provide students with the option to pay their tuition fees in installments, which will lessen your burden of paying a wholesome at a stretch. Therefore, you should also consider this a key factor in choosing a school for your nursing degree in Zambia.

Full List Of Accredited/Approved Nursing Schools In Zambia 2021

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Are you looking for a list of nursing schools in Zambia that are accredited or approved by the government? This post is for you if you answered yes to that question. Information about accredited/approved nursing schools in Zambia will be provided.

List Of Accredited/Approved Nursing Schools In Zambia 2021

  1. Livingstone School of Nursing
  2. Mansa School of Nursing
  3. Kasama School of Nursing
  4. Chipata School of Nursing
  5. Ndola School of Nursing
  6. Mufulira School of Nursing
  7. Kitwe School of Nursing
  8. Lusaka School of Nursing
  9. Agape Nursing School Zambia
  10. Dovecote Nursing School Zambia
  11. Kabwe School of Nursing and Midwifery
  12. Chitambo School of Nursing
  13. Mukinge School of Nursing
  14. Solwezi School of Nursing
  15. Mwami School of Nursing
  16. Chilonga School of Nursing
  17. St. Luke’s School of Nursing
  18. Defence School of Nursing
  19. Chengelo College of Nursing
  20. Copperbelt Nursing Polytechnic School of Nursing
  21. Gateway to Better Living College of Nursing
  22. Makeni College School of Nursing
  23. Nkana College of Nursing
  24. The Plains of Mamre School of Nursing College
  25. Stalla Crown College of Nursing and Health Sciences
  26. Chainama College of Health Sciences
  27. Macha School of Nursing
  28. St Francis School of Nursing and Midwifery
  29. St Paulâs School of Nursing and Midwifery
  30. Kalene School of Nursing
  31. Agape College of Nursing
  32. Mukuni Trust Nursing College
  33. Nchanga School of Midwifery
  34. Roan School of Midwifery

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LIST OF SELECTED CANDIDATES

NAMEINSTITUTIONTRANSCATION ID
Ebitibituwa Divine LayefaAfebabalola University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State 208677624338575
Oyeniran Priscilla OyedoyinObafemi Awolowo University,  Ile-Ife, Osun State201317572496338
Olugboye Ayomide FeranmiOlabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State 208090038676765
Abasiene Asquo TommyCentral School of Nursing, Awka Ibom 201350329605735
Okeowo Deborah OluwabamiseSchool of Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Oyo State 202783809018599
Mmasichukwu Raphina ChukwekeluUniversity of Nigeria, Enugu campus, Enugu State206962628064166
Jacob Esther ChiamakaNnamdi Azikwe University, Nnewi, Anambra State 20709243901496
Solomon Esther AnikanSchool of Nursing, University of Calabar 207782559826688
Ojo Adebayo SamuelUniversity of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo State 202987666477357
Ismail Sofiat OmayeNigerian Army college of Nursing, Yaba, Lagos State 201267353315839
Erhayanmen Omo GideonAmbrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State204690544641604
Crystabel EjiemeRivers State University, Rivers State. 209037495725477
Makele Nancy ChimziNiger Delta University202641049172043
Hauwa Mikail-JibrilBayero University, Kano State 201774612717797
Sulola Oluwatishe JesupeemisinUniversity of Ilorin, Kwara State205904109734044
Comfort Ufanchoiomi AyubuSchool of Nursing, Ogoja, Cross River State 209854084018256
Abdullahi HalimatuAhmadu Bello University206509066008797
Esegbue Ekene AgathaDelta State School of Nursing, Agbor 209115795946565
Atsen Doose AgnesBenue State University, Markurdi Benue State201504953619009
Umar IdrisUniversity of Maiduguri, Borno State204390262989082

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Unification Process Paints Superiority-NUNSA OAU, PRESIDENT.

[7/2, 21:12] Nursing TV: Good Evening Nurse Omosekeji, Thank You for Honouring our Invitation for this Interview Session.
[7/2, 21:21] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: Good evening
[7/2, 21:21] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: It’s my pleasure to be here
[7/2, 21:23] Nursing TV: Let’s get started.
Can you give us a Brief Summary of the Unification between the two Student Bodies?
[7/2, 21:49] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: The unification of the Nursing student bodies is expected to birth a single association with almost the largest student body in Nigeria, consisting of Nursing students from all schools of nursing and universities in Nigeria. It would birth a union of all nursing students in Nigeria. The main aim is peace, unity and oneness which ultimately promotes productivity and betters the face of Nursing in Nigeria.
[7/2, 21:51] Nursing TV: What are the Benefits in Unifying NUNSA and NANSNM?
[7/2, 22:08] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: There is a whole lot of benefits that would come with the unification if it can be sanely achieved and at the appropriate time. I will just state a few important ones.
One is the power of population. Nursing students body will become one of the largest student bodies in Nigeria. With this, we can easily lay a demand on some things pertaining to pressing issues in Nursing and get answers.
With one voice after unification, we can birth a lot of desired changes in the Nursing profession in Nigeria.
Our National body will become very powerful and can leverage on the population of students to get their goals met.
It would help our leaders recognize us better. It would be difficult for them to ignore our demands but we’ll get the necessary justification.
It would promote peace, increase effectiveness and prevent misrepresentation of the Nursing profession.
These and lots more are what we stand to gain.
[7/2, 22:10] Nursing TV: It was written in a Circular released to Local Chapters that only NUNSITES can become President, Do you think this will not causes a Political Chaos from the School of Nursing Students in future?
[7/2, 22:42] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: There’s no way that won’t cause issues later on. That plan paints superiority which is against the fairness that we plan to achieve.
There would definitely be conflicts in leadership.
Considering the fact that school of Nursing students greatly outnumbers university students, and also the fact that envy exist between the two bodies of students. A lot of politics can be played with their number and the said plan that can bring about massive disaster.
[7/2, 22:44] Nursing TV: If Introduction of LCN comes into play, are there any Plans to merge the LCN Students too?
[7/2, 22:49] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: This will be a bigger problem. All hands should be on deck to ensure it doesn’t happen.
[7/2, 22:50] Nursing TV: Can the Merger help in Moving School of Nursing to University?
[7/2, 22:54] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: Actually, that is one of the points presented as benefits or main aim of unification. But the truth is, moving school of Nursing to University is not the duty of the association. So, I don’t think the merger can make that happen.
[7/2, 22:58] Nursing TV: As we Come to the End of the Interview Session what do you think can be the Possible Solution to get Nursing Students one Voice?
[7/2, 23:03] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: It would help if the reason behind Nursing is reemphasized for all students of Nursing to fully understand.
Even the Holy Bible says, where there is no vision, people lack restraint and self-control.
Let all students of Nursing understand the importance of the Nursing profession as a ministry. It will birth a great deal of change that is needed.
[7/2, 23:04] Nursing TV: Once Again
Thank you For Honouring our Invitation on this Brief Interview Session despite your tight Schedule.
[7/2, 23:07] NUNSA OAU PRESIDENT: The pleasure is mine. Thank you very much.

UNIFICATION: Brief Interview with the National PRO, NUNSA

[7/2, 10:02] Nursing TV: Good Morning Nurse Kareem, Thank You for Honouring our Invitation For this Interview Session.

[7/2, 10:03]NUNSA National PRO 1: Good morning, thank you for having me here.

[7/2, 10:09] Nursing TV: Let’s get started.
Can you give us a Brief Summary of the Unification between the two Student Bodies?

[7/2, 10:29] NUNSA National PRO 1: Thank you once again for having me here, to talk on a crucial subject matter concerning how this issue Unification between NUNSA and NANSNM came about.

Once again my name is Comrade Kareem Oluwagbemiga (RN, BNsc) outgoing National PRO 1 NUNSA.

[7/2, 10:35] Nursing TV: What are the Benefits in Unifying NUNSA and NANSNM?

[7/2, 10:45]NUNSA National PRO 1: The idea of Unification was initiated at Ebonyi state during the national convention of Nigeria Students Nurses And Midwives(NANSNM) shortly after NUNSA NEC meeting in LAUTECH precisely April 2019.

The Leaders of NANSNM invited the executives of NUNSA to their convention, I wasn’t there because at that time I was very busy with school workloads and also preparing for exams, so we sent delegates to attend the convention.

The National President Comrade Fawole Israel, Vice President, Senate President, Director of welfare and PRO 2 all in attendance during the convention at Ebonyi state.

Where they discussed the issue of uniting NUNSA NATIONAL BODY AND NANSNM TOGETHER.

Of course their response was that they will look into it consider the merits and demerits and present it to the general NUNSITES particularly the NEC and see their reactions.

[7/2, 10:57]NUNSA National PRO 1:

MERITS OF UNIFYING NUNSA AND NANSNM

  • Unifying the population of all nursing students and midwives under the same umbrella (Association)
  • Speaking with one voice under one association.
  • For NMCN to Recognize us as one body.

Demerits

  • The idea of Unification was based on mere selfish interest and the truth was hidden away from the University students because the NUNSA President wanted to impose it on the general NUNSITES.
  • Merging the two association together just to form one voice is a disaster and there are better ways to speak with one voice without creating enemity between ourselves.
  • With don’t have to merge together before we will gain recognition from NMCN

[7/2, 11:00] Nursing TV: It was written in a Circular that only NUNSITES can become President, Do you think this will not causes a Political Chaos from the School of Nursing Students in future?

[7/2, 11:04]NUNSA National PRO 1: It will definitely be Chaos in future.

According to the propose constitution for the merger, only a university student can be the President and the vice President from school of nursing as well but in a situation where the Senate President must come from school of nursing and majority of the Senate chamber will be from SON will definitely lead to a disaster.

We may wake up one day, and see that the President has been impeached and the vice to be the acting President who is from a school of nursing.

[7/2, 11:11]NUNSA National PRO 1: They are more populated than us and in the nearest future they may be the one dictating for our dear association.

Though, we the university Students are not afraid of their population but this is Nigeria anything can happen.

We should not make the mistake Lord Frederick Lugard made by amalgamating the northern and the southern protectorate in the year 1914 because doing that will be our biggest mistake of the general NUNSITES and I don’t want to be part of it

[7/2, 11:13] Nursing TV: If the Introduction of LCN come into play, are there Plans to merge the LCN Students too?

[7/2, 11:15]NUNSA National PRO 1: Definitely we won’t and the plan of merger will not work as well.

[7/2, 11:18] Nursing TV: Can the Merger help in Moving School of Nursing to University?

[7/2, 11:26]NUNSA National PRO 1: Honestly I don’t think so, moving School of nursing to university is not the duty of the association.

We have council regulatory body, they are the one they should meet. We the University students on the other hand have our own pains ☹️. We should also learn how to meet the authorities to solve our problems not to merge associations that will further create more problems for us.

[7/2, 11:28] Nursing TV: Lastly Did any of the Association contact the Council or Nursing Department on the Unification Process?

[7/2, 11:38]NUNSA National PRO 1: Nothing like that, Fawole just made decisions of his own though he had claims that he met with some leaders but there are no standard evidence or communique as regards to that to the general NUNSITES

[7/2, 11:41] Nursing TV: As we Come to the End of the Interview Session what do you think can be the Possible Solution to get Nursing Students one Voice?

[7/2, 12:01]NUNSA National PRO 1: Though as we all know Nursing Profession is a caring Profession and in this Profession we learn to obey and do what is expected of us to do.

And in time where needs arises and they want the General Nursing students or student no nurse to voice out, they should notify us officially on that and we will gather together to map out a solution to that suit our problems using different platforms.

[7/2, 12:03] Nursing TV: Once Again
Thank you For Honouring our Invitation for this Brief Interview Session despite your tight Schedule.

[7/2, 12:06]NUNSA National PRO 1: You’re Welcome

School of Nursing in Nigeria 2019 and Top Nursing Schools in Each State

School of Nursing in Nigeria 2019 and Top Nursing Schools in Each State.

In the world, at large, especially Nigeria, Nurses are very important. Nurses are in charge of proper medications and care to clients in the hospital.

Top Nursing Schools in Nigeria.

  • Basic School Of Nursing, Federal Teaching Hospital
  • Mater School of Nursing
  • School of Nursing Joint Hospital
  • ECWA School of Nursing, Egbe
  • School of Nursing, Ogbomoso (SONO)
  • Ondo State School of Nursing Akure
  • Oyo state College of Nursing and Midwifery
  • FCT School of Nursing
  • School of Nursing- Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Nursing, Birnin Kebbi
  • Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Ophthalmic Nursing (UNTH)

Schools of Nursing in Each State.

1. Abia State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Abia State University, Uturu
  • School of Nursing, Amachara
  • School of Nursing, Umuahia

2. Adamawa State.

  • College of Nursing and Midwifery, Dept. of Nursing, Yola

3. Akwa-Ibom State.

  • School of Nursing, Anua-Uyo
  • School of Nursing, Ikot-Ekpene
  • School of Nursing, Eket

4. Anambra State

  • Dept. of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nnewi
  • School of Nursing, Iyi-Enu
  • School of Nursing, Ihiala
  • School of Nursing, Odumegwu Ojukwu University Teaching Hospital, Nnkpor
  • School of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi

5. Bauchi State

  • School of Nursing, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Teaching Hospital, Bauchi

6. Bayelsa State

  • Dept. of Nursing, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island
  • School of Nursing, Tombia

7. Benue State

  • Two of existing nursing schools were withdrawn, as they did not receive accreditation.

8. Borno State

  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Maiduguri
  • School of Post Basic Nursing Peri-Operative, University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri
  • School of Nursing, Maiduguri
  • School of Nursing, University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri

9. Cross River State

  • Dept. of Nursing, University of Calabar
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Federal Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Calabar
  • School of Nursing, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital
  • School of Nursing, Itigidi

10. Delta State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Delta State University, Abraka
  • School of Nursing, Agbor
  • School of Nursing, Eku
  • School of Nursing, Warri

11. Ebonyi State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki
  • School of Nursing, Afikpo
  • School of Nursing, FETHA

12. Edo State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Igbinidion University, Okada
  • Dept. of Nursing, University of Benin
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Uselu
  • School of Nursing, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin
  • School of Post Basic Ophthalmic Nursing, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, Irrua Specialist Hospital, Irrua

13. Ekiti State.

  • Dept. Of Nursing, Afe Babalola University, Ekiti
  • School of Nursing, Ado-Ekiti

14. Enugu State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Nursing, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Anaesthetics, Enugu State University Teaching Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Burns & Plastic, National Orthopaedic Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Cardiothoracic, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Ophthalmic, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Enugu
  • School of Post Basic Orthopaedic Nursing, National Orthopaedic Hospital, Enugu

15. Gombe State

  • School of Nursing, Gombe

16. Imo State

  • College of Nursing & Health, Orlu
  • Dept. of Nursing, Imo State University, Owerri
  • School of Nursing, Amaigbo
  • School of Nursing, Emekuku
  • School of Nursing, Mbano
  • School of Nursing Umulogho, Obowu

17. Jigawa State

  • School of Nursing, Birnin-Kudu

18. Kaduna State.

  • College Of Nursing, Kafanchan
  • Dept. Of Nursing, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Barnawa, Kaduna
  • School of Nursing, Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, Zaria
  • School of Nursing, St. Gerald’s Hospital, Kakuri
  • School of Nursing, Wusasa
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Ear Nose and Throat, Kaduna
  • School of Post Basic Ophthalmic Nursing, Kaduna National Eye Centre

19. Kano State.

  • Dept. of Nursing Science, FAHS, Bayero University, Kano
  • School of Nursing, Kano
  • School of Nursing, Madobi
  • School of Post Basic Orthopaedic Nursing, National Orthopaedic Hospital, Dala-Kano
  • School of Post Basic Paediatric Nursing, AKTH

20. Katsina State.

  • School of Nursing, Katsina

22. Kebbi State.

  • School of Nursing, Birnin-Kebbi

23. Kogi State.

  • School of Nursing, Egbe
  • School of Nursing, Obangede

24. Kwara State.

  • College Of Nursing, Oke-Ode
  • School of Nursing, Ilorin
  • School of Nursing, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic A&E Nursing, University of Ilorin
  • School of Post Basic Nursing, Paediatric, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin

25. Lagos State.

  • Dept. of Nursing science, University of Lagos
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric, Yaba.
  • School of Nursing, Igando
  • School of Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba
  • School of Nursing, Military Hospital, Yaba
  • School of Post Basic A&E Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic Paediatric Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic Ophthalmic Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, Lagos University Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic A&E Nursing, National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos
  • School of Post Basic Orthopaedic Nursing, NOH, Igbobi, Lagos

26. Nasarawa State.

  • School of Nursing, Lafia

27. Niger State.

  • School of Nursing, Bida

28. Ogun State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Babcock University, Illishan-Remo
  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Aro, Abeokuta
  • School of Nursing, Abeokuta
  • School of Nursing, Ilaro
  • School of Nursing, Lantoro

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29. Ondo State.

  • School of Nursing, Akure

30. Osun State.

  • Dept. Of Nursing, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
  • Dept. of Nursing, Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology, Osogbo
  • School of Nursing, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ilesa
  • School of Nursing, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ile-Ife
  • School of Nursing, Osogbo
  • School of Nursing, Seventh Day Adventist Hospital, Ile-Ife
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ile-Ife

31. Oyo State.

  • Dept. Of Nursing, University of Ibadan
  • School of Nursing, Baptist Medical Centre, Saki
  • School of Nursing, Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomosho
  • College of Nursing and Midwifery, Dept. of Nursing, Eleyele, Ibadan
  • School of Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan
  • School of Post Basic Peri-Operative Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan

32. Plateau State.

  • Dept. Of Nursing, University Of Jos
  • School of Nursing, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos (MMH)
  • School of Nursing, Vom, Jos
  • School of Post Basic Anaesthetic Nursing, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos
  • School of Post Basic Critical Care Nursing, Jos University Teaching Hospital, Jos

33. Rivers State.

  • Dept. of Nursing, Madonna University, Elele
  • Dept. Of Nursing, University Of Port-Harcourt
  • School of Nursing, Port-Harcourt
  • School of Post Basic A&E Nursing, University of Port-Harcourt Teaching Hospital
  • School of Post Basic Paediatric Nursing, University of Port-Harcourt Teaching Hospital

34. Sokoto State.

  • School of Psychiatric Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Kware
  • School of Nursing, Sokoto
  • School of Nursing, Usuman Danfodio University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto

35. Taraba State.

  • School of Nursing, Jalingo

36. Yobe State.

  • School of Nursing, Dr. Shehu Sule, Damaturu

37. Zamfara State.

  • School of Nursing, Gusau

38. Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

  • School of Nursing, Gwagwalada
  • School of Post Basic Critical Care Nursing, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Abuja

School of Nursing Admission Guide

There are two options available for those who intend to become Nurses in Nigeria. The first option is to undertake a five year course in Nursing in any University offering the course in Nigeria. Due to the difficulty of getting admission to higher institutions in Nigeria, the easier option is therefore to attend a School of Nursing.

Getting admission into a nursing school requires you to have finished your secondary school education and that you were able to pass at least 5 subjects at credit level in your WAEC or NECO at not more than 2 sittings. The subjects include English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Health Science.

School of Nursing are post-secondary school institutions in Nigeria where individuals who have the desire to become a nurse could go for training. On graduating from the school, you would become a qualified nurse and would be able to work in any institution of your choice. It takes about 3 years to finish the School of Nursing and become a certified Nurse in Nigeria.

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