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InternationalNursingProgram_Introduction

Aplicaciones anidadas

InternationalNursingProgram_ContenidoCompleto

This is a program designed to train nursing professionals with an international profile. The program consists of 60 ECTS taught in English amounting to 25% of the Degree and includes one month's work experience in the Schools partner institutions abroad. Successful completion of the program entitles the student to the diploma.

Objectives

The INP gives the students the opportunity to benefit from:

  • Classes taught in English by bilingual professionals with considerable experience on an international level.
  • Work experience abroad.
  • Training that will enable them to work with culturally and ethnically diverse people and communities.

Methodology

The program covers all four years of the Degree in Nursing. From the first year onwards, obligatory and optional courses in English are included in the curriculum, amounting to a total of 60 ECTS. Work experience abroad is organized during the summer vacations at the end of the second and third year.
In order to obtain the certificate for the International Nursing Program, the students have to submit an official certificate showing that they have achieved C1 level of English (CAE or equivalent) before February of fourth year.

Admission

High School transcripts and the results of the entrance examination are taken into account.
Students must produce evidence of English competence at B2 level or higher on the CFER at the moment that they do the registration process.
The minimun record to access to the International Nursing Program will be, at least, 7 in the first year of high school. 

Our agreements

EUROPE
Birmingham City University (United Kingdom)
Stirling University (United Kingdom)
Glasgow Caledonian (United Kingdom)    
St Joseph's Hospice (United Kingdom)
Universitá Campus Bio-médico di Roma (Italy)
Università di Bologna (Italy) 
Università degli Studi di Cagliari (Italy) 
Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy)
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (Lithuania)  
Pôle régional d’enseignement et de formation aux métiers de la santé (France)    
 
ASIA
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (China)  
The University of Hong Kong (China)  
Nanyang Polytechnic (Singapore)   
 
NORTH AMERICA
Columbia University (New York)
University of Illinois at Chicago (Chicago)
North Carolina at Chapel Hill (North Carolina)
 
SOUTH AMERICA
Universidad de los Andes (Chile)
Clínica las Condes (Chile)
Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile)
Universidad de la Sabana (Colombia)
Universidad Austral (Argentina)
Escuela de Enfermería de la Universidad Panamericana (México)
 
VISITING UNIVERSITIES
Pennsylvania University
Indiana University
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

InternationalNursingProgram_Asignaturas

Subjects

SUBJECT

ECTS

Community Nursing I

4

Nutrition and Diet

3

Foundation of Scientific Methodology in Health Sciences

3

Adult Nursing Care II

6

Community Nursing II

4

 

2nd to 3th Summer: International Clinical Practice (International Internship)

SUBJECT

ECTS

Management

3

International Clinical Practice

3

Child Nursing Care

6
 

Geriatric Nursing Care

6
 

 

3th to 4th summer: International Internship (optional)

SUBJECT

ECTS

Palliative care

3

Presentations for nursing professionals

3

Final Degree Project

6

Nursing Summer School

1

InternationalNursingProgram_Methodology

Methodology

The program covers all four years of the Degree in Nursing. From the first year onwards, obligatory and optional courses in English are included in the curriculum, amounting to a total of 60 ECTS.

Work experience abroad is organized during the summer vacations at the end of the second and third year. In order to obtain the certificate for the International Nursing Program, the students have to submit an official certificate showing that they have achieved C1 level of English (CAE or equivalent) before February of fourth year.

Admission

High School transcripts and the results of the entrance examination are taken into account.
Students must produce evidence of English competence at B2 level or higher on the CFER at the moment that they do the registration process.

The minimun record to access to the International Nursing Program will be, at least, 7 in the first year of high school. 

InternationalNursingProgram_Objetivos

Objectives

1

Classes taught in English

By bilingual professionals with considerable experience on an international level.

2

Work experience

Abroad.

3

Training that will enable them to work

With culturally and ethnically diverse people and communities.