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The general requirements for entry to Level 100 of the bachelor's degree programmes are as follows:
The Ghana Nursing & Midwifery Council selection criteria guide the selection and admission of candidates to the BSc Nursing program.
Admissions Policy has no age limit for all candidates.
Grades: WASSCE with a grade C6 in English, Mathematics, Social Studies or Integrated Science and 3 electives from General Science, General Arts or Home Economics.
Candidates with Diploma (Nursing) qualifications may be admitted to level 200 or 300. The general criteria for admission must meet the standard as espoused by the National Council for tertiary Education, National Accreditation Board and the Ghana Nurses & Midwives Council, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology as approved by the Academic Board.
As part of the Admission Process all candidates seeking admission to St. Karol may be required to take an interview.
The School would verify the authenticity of the results slips/ certificates submitted with the West Africa Examination Council together with testimonial of secondary schools.
If you are motivated and committed to caring for people then nursing is the course for you and St. Karol School of Nursing is the school of choice for outstanding training. | More »
St. Karol School of Nursing has excellent facilities for students. These range from our well stocked library, modern lecture halls with multimedia facililies, state of the art computer centre and demostration theatre. | More »
Life as a student could be as challenging as it is exciting. This is why you need all the support you can get. Our academic advisers make sure that you make the best of the opportunities available at the school. | More »
Application Forms for the Bachelor's degree program may be purchased at rates prescribed for both local applicants and for applicants outside Ghana and non-Ghanaians from The Office of the Registrar. | More »
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