Nursing Europe - Health in Nordic Countries
Short-term programme of Health and Nursing, 15 ECTSHealth care, social services, and care services
|Institution||University College Lillebaelt (UCL)|
|Tuition per term (Non-EU/EAA/CH)||2510 EUR|
|Tuition per term (EU/EAA/CH)||0 EUR|
DescriptionThe module Health in the Nordic Countries is a 10 week Nordic development project which has been developed in collaboration with the nursing education programmes in Lahti, Finland, in Vestfold, Norway and at University College Lillebaelt in Denmark.
The Department of Nursing at University College Lillebaelt has developed a module focused on the demands and the needs of the healthcare system in the near future. The module consists of four full days of teaching and one day for self-studies a week and the focus of the module is the tasks and challenges of the nursing profession concerning prevention and health promotion. With courses such as Social and Healthcare Systems in the Nordic Countries, Evidence-based Practice, Health Promotion & Health Theories etc, the students will investigate the competencies nurses will have to acquire and possess in order to meet the future demands of the nursing profession.
Career OpportunitiesA full Bachelor in Nursing will qualify the student for all types of nursing work in the field of hospitals and homecare.
About the DegreeThe short-term programme is taught in English and is part of the full degree; the Professional Bachelor Programme in Nursing. The full degree is only offered in Danish.
A Professional Bachelor’s Degree in Denmark is awarded 180-240 ECTS on the basis of a 3-4 year programme. In the programme, practice placements must be included equalling no less than 1 semester (30 ECTS) and often much more. The programme culminates in a bachelor project. Professional Bachelor’s Degree programmes focus on laying a solid theoretical foundation on which they build the practical skills necessary to apply theory to practice in a given professional field. For this particular module each course includes a study visit and the module is finished with a project and a written exam.
AdmissionThere is no request of a TOEFL score, and all exchange students should contact their home institutions for information on the application procedures and deadlines and should also apply through their home institutions.
For all students the forms should be sent to:
Ms. Mette Bro Jansen
University College Lillebaelt
Department of Nursing, Odense
5220 Odense SØ
The forms can be found under “files” at: http://international.ucl.dk/study-programmes/nursing/nursing-odense/nursing-europe/
TuitionThe tuition fee for the course is free for students from EU and EEA countries, for all other students the tuition fee is 2510 euros. The Students must cover their own accommodation, travel expenses, local transportation, and books and materials as well as living expenses.
If you are a non-EU/EEA or Switzerland citizen, it is possible to apply for a scholarship to cover the tuition fee and living expenses here: http://international.ucl.dk/practical-guide/scholarships-for-non-eu-students/
For Further InformationPlease contact International Coordinator: Mette Bro Jansen Tel.: (+45) 6318 3113, E-mail: email@example.com
Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en
You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition
About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System