The nursing profession is a popular specialty, whose importance can hardly be overestimated. It will be very difficult for a doctor to perform his duties if he suddenly does not have such a good assistant. Let’s take a closer look at what this specialty is, what it is, how many years and where it is necessary to study to get it.
To become a good nurse, you must begin by networking with the top professionals. Many CEU teachers are active nurses who work in cutting-edge hospitals and clinics.
Clinical Nursing, Clinical Pharmacology, Child Nursing, and a variety of other disciplines will be studied during the four years of this Nursing Degree in Malaysia, allowing you to specialise in the areas that interest you.
Bilingual education will enable you to achieve a high level of professional competence and to enter the job market with the least amount of preparation, as Malaysian nurses are in high demand. You will receive free Malaysian lessons during your diploma kejururawatan studies and will be able to do internships in renowned Malaysian or international institutions in the health sector.
At the time of the fourth year, you will be able to participate in the EIR program, initiating preparation to become an internal resident nurse (EIR).
Why study nursing at Malaysia?
Because the demand for healthcare professionals is increasing and mobility is increasing in the sector. Because our program is a perfect formula for students interested in a truly international and bilingual program. And because it is specially designed for your professional future.
In Nursing, you will study the first year in English and receive specific training in the Malaysian language, both general and professional. This way, we not only make sure that your transition to studying in Malaysian is flawless, but we also provide you with language tools that will make a difference on your CV.
People, always our priority
What characterizes good professionals is the exercise of the health profession with integrity and with respect for the values that define us as humans. And in our university, on this path towards the training of good professionals, we are developing a large number of volunteering projects to promote coexistence with different groups.
From the Faculty of Health Sciences, we promote initiatives to show the more human side of the profession, that is to say to be in contact with people, which allows both students and professors to devote their time and put their knowledge at the service of others.
This is how our volunteering and support projects for the elderly or people with functional diversity began, as well as our solidarity missions.
If you also want to contribute to your work and make the world a better place for everyone, CEU Malaysian is your university.
Clinical practical training certification represents a high percentage of total loans, which allows the student to apply and integrate nursing knowledge, skills and attitudes into a real-life scenario of professional activity in health centers in the field of health.