School of Health and Nursing
In view of the COVID-19 situation in Singapore, we are imposing stricter precautionary measures to safeguard the well-being of all students and staff. During this period, you may wish to book a virtual conferencing session with our friendly education consultants for programme advice and guidance on your future study options.
For programmes under MDIS School of Health and Nursing, contact Mr Richie or Ms Sainosa from 8.30am to 5.00pm.
Mr Richie Aung l Mobile/WhatsApp: 9061 7107 l DID: 6796 7723 l firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Sainosa Kante l Mobile/WhatsApp: 9120 5570 l DID: 6796 7613 l email@example.com
Let’s continue to stay vigilant and play our part to ensure the health and well-being of everyone!
|VIRTUAL CONSULTATION DETAILS|
|Date||16 September 2020 (Wednesday)|
|Venue||Zoom Video Conferencing|
Ms Samantha Dawn Jacob
|The virtual consultation will be conducted via Zoom. Join us at this interesting session to find out more about our health and nursing programmes. Register with our programme consultant and a Zoom Meeting link will be sent to you to join the session. See you there!|
The School of Health and Nursing is dedicated to the training and education of nurses pursing their post-registration degrees. In partnership with Edinburgh Napier University (ENU), the school will deliver the Bachelor of Science Nursing (Top-up) post-registration degree.
The school will function in the role of training nurses, enabling them so that they can further contribute meaningfully in the healthcare arena. A conducive learning environment is provided which includes hands-on learning and practicum in dedicated classrooms, lecture theatres and in-house customised Nursing equipment.
Graduates of this programme will possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to practice collaboratively across health care settings and communities and within the context of the Singapore Nursing Board’s Domains of Practice and the global perspectives of health.
MDIS-ENU joint scholarships worth $3,000* now available for the Sep 2020 intake.