WHY STUDY NURSING?

Nurses provide essential frontline health care to those in need. Nursing is a field found throughout any hospital and health care facility due to the medicinal abilities it provides. They work incredibly hard for long hours, but they keep on going and they provide comfort, pain relief and dignity at some of the most difficult times in a person's life.

PREPARATION FOR THIS DEGREE

You will need to be highly skilled in both chemistry and biology. This type of degree requires studying long and harsh hours – in preparation and during the course.

NURSING JOBS

The careers associated with this type of degree include adult nurse, children’s nurse, mental health nurse, and a midwife.

Latest Nursing Features

Reasons Why Nursing Is One of the Most Rewarding Careers

“Reasons Why Nursing Is One of the Most Rewarding Careers”

If you are interested in starting a rewarding career in the healthcare field, then you should consider becoming a nurse. Even though nursing can be a challenging career, it offers many benefits. Below is a list of ways you can benefit from having a career in nursing: Industry Demand Many people ar… read more

A Day In The Life Of...A Learning Disability Nurse

“A Day In The Life Of...A Learning Disability Nurse”

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Interview With A Postgraduate Nursing Student

“Interview With A Postgraduate Nursing Student”

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Top tips for Australian nursing success

“Top tips for Australian nursing success”

Nursing is both a challenging and a very rewarding occupation, and by choosing to study in Australia you will be able to get the most out of your study experience. Nurses are placed in unique and privileged positions. Nurses work with people with real health care needs. They get close to people of … read more

Become a nurse. Better yet, become a Canadian nurse

“Become a nurse. Better yet, become a Canadian nurse”

The Canadian Nursing Students’ Association shines a spotlight on nursing education in Canada. It is true that everyone, at some point in their lives, will require the services of a nurse. As a vital part of the healthcare system, nurses care for people when they are at their most vulnerable and e… read more

Study nursing in the USA

“Study nursing in the USA”

Nursing involves a demanding and rigorous practical education. Carol Toussie Weingarten from the National Student Nurses Association explains the different nursing programmes. Nursing education is demanding. Courses within nursing programmes focus on the sciences and include: biochemistry, pharmaco… read more

Latest Nursing Features

Reasons Why Nursing Is One of the Most Rewarding Careers

“Reasons Why Nursing Is One of the Most Rewarding Careers”

If you are interested in starting a rewarding career in the healthcare field, then you should consider becoming a nurse. Even though nursing can be a challenging career, it offers many benefits. Below is a list of ways you can benefit from having a career in nursing: Industry Demand Many people ar… read more

A Day In The Life Of...A Learning Disability Nurse

“A Day In The Life Of...A Learning Disability Nurse”

In December 2015 i-studentglobal spoke to a number of healthcare professionals to find out a bit more about their daily working lives. We spoke to Claire Fok, a recent De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) Nursing graduate who works as a Learning Disability Nurse for the Outreach Adult Learnin… read more

Interview With A Postgraduate Nursing Student

“Interview With A Postgraduate Nursing Student”

Jenny Corbett is a 24 year old postgraduate nursing student at the University of Southampton. Jenny completed her undergraduate degree in Sociology in 2010 from the University of York. Tell us a bit about your course.I am a student nurse on the Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing at the University of S… read more

Top tips for Australian nursing success

“Top tips for Australian nursing success”

Nursing is both a challenging and a very rewarding occupation, and by choosing to study in Australia you will be able to get the most out of your study experience. Nurses are placed in unique and privileged positions. Nurses work with people with real health care needs. They get close to people of … read more

Become a nurse. Better yet, become a Canadian nurse

“Become a nurse. Better yet, become a Canadian nurse”

The Canadian Nursing Students’ Association shines a spotlight on nursing education in Canada. It is true that everyone, at some point in their lives, will require the services of a nurse. As a vital part of the healthcare system, nurses care for people when they are at their most vulnerable and e… read more

Study nursing in the USA

“Study nursing in the USA”

Nursing involves a demanding and rigorous practical education. Carol Toussie Weingarten from the National Student Nurses Association explains the different nursing programmes. Nursing education is demanding. Courses within nursing programmes focus on the sciences and include: biochemistry, pharmaco… read more