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Become a nurse at University of Otago Christchurch

Friday, December 09, 2016   Posted in: Training By: UOC Postgraduate Nursing With tags: Training, Courses, qualification, NURSES

University of Otago - Te Whare Wānanga o OtāgoThe University of Otago's graduate entry Master of Nursing Science (MNSc) offers you a higher level degree through a comprehensive two-year Christchurch based programme of study while meeting the requirements for nursing registration.

The Master of Nursing Science builds on your existing knowledge and academic skills, allowing you to share your ideas and experience with a diverse group of your peers. The programme also prepares you for practice in complex health settings in an age of rapid, challenging and exciting developments in healthcare.

Your study takes place at the Otago University Christchurch campus and is a mix of lectures, case-based learning, clinical skills development in our Simulation Lab, and clinical placements in a range of health care contexts throughout the South Island.

To be eligible to apply you will need a B average or above in the final two years of your undergraduate degree, in any discipline. Selection into the programme is through assessing a combination of your academic record, CV, reasons for choosing the programme and a possible interview.

Get more information on the Master of Nursing Science on the University of Otago website. You can also contact Glenda Lorimer (03 364 3864 or glenda.lorimer[at]

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