Nursing and Midwifery
Do you envision yourself in a rewarding career in the medical sector? If you have a passion for serving and caring for people’s needs, this noble profession is right up your alley.
Nurses and midwives play a vital role in ensuring the successful delivery of healthcare services. Often the main point of contact for patients, they excel in providing continuity of care and liaising with a range of other medical practitioners. Some tangible examples of their duties are optimization of health and abilities, diagnosis and treatment, facilitation of healing and prevention of illness and injury. Thus, it is undeniable that they are indispensable. Since this is a vocational degree, students will be directly trained to become a professional in this area. As the healthcare sector in Singapore is expected to expand over the next few years, nursing students will have lots of opportunities to practice their skills and serve the community.
Begin your Journey into Education Overseas
Graduates of the Nursing/Midwifery degree are highly recognised for their breadth of knowledge, professional readiness, initiative, and problem-solving skills. They typically find employment in a range of different areas both in public and private healthcare settings.
Examples of specific roles specific roles include:
Antenatal, birthing and post natal nursing
Community and primary care nursing
Critical care (such as emergency)
Mental health nursing
Paediatrics and child health
Pursue Your Dream in the field of Nursing and Midwifery
There are a plethora of overseas institutions that offer exceptional nursing and midwifery programmes so whether you are a JC/Poly/ITE student, fret not because there are many opportunities for you to follow your dreams! You can consider pursuing an education in these institutions which are among the top 50 in the world for nursing.
- University of Manchester (8th)
- University of Sydney (13th)
- University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (15th)
- Yale University (17th)
- University of Edinburgh (26th)
- University of Auckland (32nd)
- University of Nottingham (38th)
- University of Ulster (41st)
- University of Sheffield (47th)
[QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016 - Nursing]
Upon returning to Singapore, if you intend to work in nursing you will have to apply for accreditation of nursing/midwifery programmes.
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