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    课程名称: Bachelor of Nursing
    课程级别:学士学位/Bachelor's Degree(7级)
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    学费:$16,000 NZD Per Year
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    开学时间:January-2019
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    授课校区:Southern Institute of Technology
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    Summary

    • SIT’s School of Nursing (previously Southland Polytechnic) has been delivering nursing education for 40 years and has a long history of successful graduates.
    • Our enthusiastic staff have a wide range of nursing experience within NZ and overseas.
    • Specialist equipment includes a nursing simulation suite with computerised mannequins and life size models of body parts, as well as a large library of DVD resources and text books.
    • Clinical placements throughout Southland and Otago provide real-life experience in many diverse nursing environments
    • A career in nursing can take you around the world! Nurses are always in demand.

    The Bachelor of Nursing is a three-year degree programme which provides students with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills appropriate for employment in a wide and growing number of nursing careers.

    The programme has as its core, theoretical and practical work in nursing – including principles relating to primary health, acute and chronic nursing care, mental health and mental illness throughout the lifespan. The programme also recognises the importance of the cultural dimensions of nursing. The Bachelor of Nursing has a strong applied component to allow students to enter the workforce proficient in a range of additional strengths including health promotion, illness prevention, evidence-based practice, the ability to provide nursing care in a medical and surgical context, as well as the provision of emergency nursing care. This programme will enhance opportunities for students to develop a broad understanding of nursing, thus preparing them for professional practice or further advanced study in this area.

    The Bachelor of Nursing has been designed to prepare graduates for a wide variety of nursing careers in community and hospital situations. It is expected Bachelor of Nursing graduates will make a positive contribution to the health of people of New Zealand and the wider world. This contribution will be as nurses demonstrating caring, competent, safe nursing practice in partnership with individuals, groups and communities.

    Increasing complexity of health care needs requires well-educated, competent and compassionate nurses who are able to:

    • Comprehend, critique and apply knowledge from nursing and other related disciplines in an appropriate and safe practice context.
    • Facilitate the competent and safe provision of nursing care to groups and individuals with a variety of settings.
    • Competently practise within the legal and ethical parameters of the nursing profession.
    • Recognise, value, critique and apply research to nursing practice and knowledge.
    • Meet the requirements of the Nursing Council of New Zealand for registration as a Registered Nurse.

    The degree follows four themes – Professional Practice, Praxis, Health and Society and Health Sciences.

    Career Opportunities

    Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to practise nursing and they will be eligible to sit the Nursing Council of New Zealand Examination for registration in the Registered Nurse scope of practice.

    A nursing career offers great opportunities for men and women from a variety of cultures and walks of life. Nursing is a partnership with people to improve their health. This includes assisting children, adults or older people recovering from physical or mental illness in hospital, or their own homes. Health promotion in nursing may involve people in schools, the workplace, marae or health centres.

    There are opportunities for career development in many areas including practice, teaching, management, and research both in New Zealand and overseas. Graduates can continue their further study in Nursing education.

    Entry criteria

    University Entrance requirements - NCEA Level 3: three subjects at Level 3 or above made up of the following:

    • 14 credits each, in three approved subjects, preferably in Science, Mathematics and English
    • Literacy, 10 credits at Level 2 or above made up of five credits in reading and five credits in writing
    • Numeracy, 10 credits at Level 1 or above made up of Achievement standards, specified achievement standards available through a range of subjects, or Unit standards package of three numeracy unit standards 26623, 26626, 26627. All three required.

    Or an overseas qualification which is considered to be the equivalent of the above.

    Mature Aged Applicants (20 years of age and above)

    Applicants who do not meet the criteria stated above may be considered for the Bachelor of Nursing degree programme if they are over the age of 20 years at the date of commencement of the programme and have demonstrated academic ability to undertake the undergraduate nursing degree.

    English Language Requirements

    • IELTS Academic English language test overall score of 6.5 that includes a score of at least 6.5 in each of Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking.
    • TOEFL Paper based pOT score of 550 with an essay score of 5 TWE
    • TOEFL Paper based test (pBT) – Score of 590 (with an essay score 5.5 TWE)
    • TOEFL Internet- based test (iBT) – Score of 79 (with a writing score of 21)
    • University of Cambridge English Examinations – CAE or CPE with a score of 176. No less than 169 in each skill.
    • NZCEL – Level 5 with the Academic endorsement
    • Pearson Test of English (Academic) – PToE (Academic score of 58)
    • City of Guilds IESOL – C1 Expert with a score of 42


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