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Forum Topic : Nursing Courses abroad
Submitted by Krithi on 11/06/2009 - 12:22 AM
  • Graduate courses in Nursing are for qualified nurses with post-registration experience.
  • Nowadays, nursing is becoming more and more research-orientated.
  • The demand for nurses with graduate training is increasing day by day.
  • A graduate nursing course is ideal for someone with intentions of becoming a leader in clinical practice or someone who wants preparation for leadership roles in health care practice.
  • Or simply, students who study graduate programs in nursing wish to extend their theoretical knowledge and practical skills. graduate nursing courses can only advance your career.


Why should we choose nursing program abroad?
Submitted by Steve on 04/07/2009 - 05:40 PM
Hi Kirthi,
Is study of nursing abroad is valuable? What is the scope of it?
Nursing Program Abroad
Submitted by Krithi on 04/07/2009 - 05:54 PM
Choosing Nursing Program Abroad:

  • Studying in abroad will help us to gain experience.
  • Nursing overseas can open up opportunities to encounter different clinical experiences because although you will probably initially be hired to nurse in the specialty in which you currently have experience, you will come across country and region specific experiences.
  • Nursing overseas will also allow you to gain experience in alternative techniques and approaches to nursing and healthcare.


  • Countries experiencing acute nursing shortages are desperate for nurses to fill the vacancies in their healthcare system.
  • As a result they are often paying higher wages in an attempt to attract more nurses, both domestically and internationally.
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