Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA)(A7153)
Malaysian Nursing Board
Jan, March, May, Aug and Oct
3 Years/ 6 Semester
Local student - RM 44,949 & International student - RM 55,765
The programme will take 3 years or 6 semesters for full-time basis that will commence in January and August of the year. This duration is inclusive of clinical attachment at designated hospital and clinic which has been identified by the MOH and endorsed by the Malaysian Nursing Board. Students of this Nursing Programme will study Health Sciences, Behavioral Science and also Nursing Sciences to become a qualified, competent and safe nurse. The Aim of Diploma Nursing Program in UNISEL is to nurture and produce knowledgeable, competent and confident nursing graduates, registered with the Malaysian Nursing Board, to become committed, dedicated, caring and capable of providing a safe professional nursing care to the wide variety of clinical situation which may arise in the current practice of nursing management.Vision to be a centre of excellence in training professional nurses towards the wellness of society through assimilation of quality teaching and training, dissemination of knowledge, social consciousness and accountability.
At the end of this programme, students should be able to:
Pass SPM or equivalent with FIVE (5) credits including the following subjects:
Mandatory credit in:
Either one (1) below:
Pass SPM or *equivalent with five (5) subjects (minimum Gred C):
Click on the link below to view the programme structure.Structure
A qualified graduate will be sitting for Registration Examination conducted by Malaysian Nursing Board (Lembaga Jururawat Malaysia,LJM) in order to be given License to practice as a Professional Nurse.
Professional Nurses have a choice to specialize in various fields such as Midwifery, Pediatrics, Cardiothoracic, Orthopedics, Ophthalmology, Medical and Surgical, Gerontology, Emergency & Traumatology, Renal, Oncology, Maternal Child Health, Public health and many more. Overall, demand for professionally trained and qualified nurses is higher in Malaysia even than elsewhere in the world. At least 130,000 nurses need to be trained by year 2020 to meet WHO’s nurse-to-patient ratio (1:200).
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