University Of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Admission Forms Into Anaesthetic Nursing On Sale

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the above named school for Anaesthetic Nursing Program
UNTH ENUGU
ADMISSION REQUIREMENT FOR ADMISSIONS INTO ANAESTHETIC NURSING AT UNTH
(A) EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
i). West African School Certificate/General Certificate of Education/SSCE/NECO with passes at credit level in five (5) papers obtained at not more than two (2) sittings.
ii.) These papers must include English Language and Science Subjects.
(B) PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
(i) Be a registered Nurse duly registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
(ii) Have at least 1 year post registration clinical/working experience in the relevant area of specialty.
DURATION OF THE COURSE
18 Calendar Months
METHOD OF APPLICATION FOR ADMISSIONS INTO ANAESTHETIC NURSING AT UNTH
FILL APPLICATION FORM
. Take note of your application number after the first step.
Click to fill the Application Form
Select School (Post Basic Nurse Anaesthetics Programme)
. Ensure to print your application slip and your examination slip upon successful application.
. The application fee is N5,000 (five thousand naira only).
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  1. Reply

    i want to know about the school

  2. Reply

    please when is the University Of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Admission Forms Into Anaesthetic Nursing closing date

  3. Reply

    Please i need your help on admission into school of anaesthetics. Thanks

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