A nursing school is a type of educational institution, or part thereof, providing education and training to become a fully qualified nurse. The nature of nursing education and nursing qualifications varies considerably across the world.
Below are the Nursing School in Kenya
Colleges Offering Diploma in Nursing
Universities Offering Diploma in Nursing.
How much is nursing in Kenya?
How much does it cost to complete a nursing course in Kenya. On average, it costs anything between shs. 35000 to shs. 100000 per term/trimester as tuition fees for the diploma.
What is the entry requirements for nursing?
Academic entry requirements for an adult nursing degree are set by individual universities. Typically you will need a minimum of five GCSEs at grade C or above (possibly in English language or literature and a science subject), plus two A levels or equivalent level 3 qualifications.
How do I become a nurse in Kenya?
- Diploma in KRN/M, KRCHN or a Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BScN)
- Work experience of a minimum of two years as a registered nurse in a hospital.
- C- and above in KCSE.
- Be registered by the Nursing Council of Kenya and be in possession of a valid practicing license.
Is there a bridging course for nursing?
Bridging course for enrolled nurses leading to registration as a general nurse (SANC regulation no. 683) The Life College of Learning trains over 1 000 students per year. The multi-learning centre model enables Life Healthcare to offer relational practice-based nursing