General

All Location

Mogadishu-Somalia

Duration

4 year

Earliest Start Date

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Application Deadline

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Languages

English

Study Type

Campus/Online

Pace

Full-time/Part time/Distance

Tuition Fees

$

Program Overview

This four-year degree programme integrates theory and practice, preparing our students to be world-class practitioners.   Bachelor in Science General Nursing degree is a dynamic undergraduate course for a changing world.

As key members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team and in partnership with patients, general nurses provide for the physical, psychological and social wellbeing of persons with acute or chronic physical illness.

The School of Nursing and Midwifery, Global University Dublin offers a four year Bachelor in Science General Nursing Degree programme (B.Sc. (Cur.)) with our associated health service providers:

Is this General Nursing course right for you?

You will need to have a keen interest in healthcare, be capable of working in a team, and have a caring and understanding personality and outlook to enjoy working as a nurse.

What is General Nursing?

General Nursing involves caring for and meeting the needs of adults and their carers/families in a variety of hospital and community clinical settings. A general nurse is a key member of the healthcare team, providing for the physical, psychological and social wellbeing of patients with acute or chronic physical illness.

General Nursing students are required to be motivated, knowledgeable, accountable and responsible, and possess excellent clinical and interpersonal skills.

General Nurses also have an important part to play in health education, health promotion and rehabilitation of persons across the age spectrum. Students will have the opportunity to learn and gain experience in a wide range of setting including:

  • Medical Wards
  • Surgical Wards
  • Emergency Department
  • Operating Theatres
  • Intensive Care
  • Coronary Care
  • Community Nursing
  • Maternity Nursing
  • Child Care Nursing
  • Care of the Older Adult
  • Out Patients Department

Career Progression

General nursing offers the most varied of careers with opportunities available across a number of settings. Although general nursing may involve looking after sick people in traditional settings such as hospitals, it offers so much more. General Nurses work in general practice, the community, nursing homes, hospices, the armed forces and universities as well as in public and private hospitals.

Following completion of their Bachelor Degree in Nursing and registration as a General Nurse with The Nursing and Midwifery many graduates choose to spend at least their first year gaining experience in the clinical setting by working within either the public or private hospital setting. The choice of hospital and clinical focus e.g. surgical, medical, older adult are normally dictated by the fact that during their undergraduate degree, student nurses are attached to a particular hospital. As a result, they develop insight into the variety of clinical specialties e.g. but also the type of nursing that appeals to them most. This time gaining experience and being part of a clinical team is invaluable in ultimately determining what direction your career may take.

Ultimately, career progression is dependent on a mix of further study and work experience. In Somalia, there are a number of specialist courses and programmes available.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Bachelor degree

A Bachelor of Public Health degree focuses on communities rather than individuals, promoting good health, preventing disease, and managing illness and disability. It includes health promotion, epidemiology, biomedical sciences, forensic medicine, social sciences, health data management and global health.

Public health focuses on populations and communities rather than individuals and spans the spectrum from promoting good health, through to preventing disease and managing illness and disability. Your studies include health promotion, epidemiology, health and biomedical sciences, forensic medicine, social sciences, health data management and global health.

Through the Bachelor of Public Health, you’ll learn how to develop, implement and evaluate programs and policies to promote health and prevent disease and injury. Our course has a global orientation, so you’ll examine both Australian and international health challenges.

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You’ll also have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in a real public health setting by completing a professional placement and find out what a career in health promotion is like. Or you’ll participate in public health research, working on a project under the supervision of one of our expert supervisors.

Career opportunities

With a Bachelor of Public health, graduates can explore a variety of rewarding careers and make a difference to health within the community. You could go into roles in health promotion, public health research, epidemiology, disease prevention and community engagement. Our graduates work in health services, government and non-government organizations, research institutes and the private sector.

Further study

You can use this degree as an accelerated pathway into our Master of Public Health and Master of Clinical Research degrees. You can also build on your public health knowledge or pursue a clinical career following further graduate studies, such as a Master of Nursing Practice or Master of Social Work. You could also choose to complete an Honors year, as a pathway towards a career in public health research.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Course description

This bachelor in clinical medicine program cultivates talented individuals capable of adapting to the requirements of medical development.

Clinical medicine students will learn to manage safe and effective medical practices in primary health care institutions under the guidance and supervision of senior doctors.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the prescribed course of the study for Bachelor of Science in Clinical Medicine, the graduates will have acquired knowledge and skills to be able to:

  • Demonstration of professionalism in decision-making, clinical reasoning within the health care system
  • Demonstration of clinical skills, practical procedures, patient investigations and management skills.
  • Demonstration of research skills to promote Community Health and disease prevention
  • Application of ethical, legal, and behavioral (attitudinal) principles in the practice of clinical medicine
  • Demonstration of leadership, managerial skills and enhancement of personal, academic and professional development.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Introduction

Many graduates have established Global University and original scientific trends.

Study Medicine in English Medium in one of the leading medical educational establishments.

Duration of Study

6 Years

Two Intakes

September & February

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Introduction

Why take the BSc in Medical Laboratory Science program?

Do you want to work in a fast-paced, rapidly evolving health care setting and make contributions to patient care? With a Medical Laboratory Science degree, you can become a Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT), playing a key role behind the scenes in providing laboratory test results. MLTs require a strong sense of responsibility, a caring and professional attitude, meticulous work habits, and the ability to work in a busy and stressful environment.

This versatile, professional program not only prepares you for certification with the Somalia Society for Medical Laboratory Science but also provides you with a Bachelor of Science degree, which can be the foundation for further opportunities and study.

Why study Medical Laboratory Science at the University of Global?

The BSc in MLS degree program, offered by the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, is designed to provide a well-rounded education with multiple opportunities. After one year of pre-professional courses, you will complete a didactic year in all disciplines of laboratory medicine, followed by a 38-week clinical practicum in hospital and private laboratories. During the fourth year, you will undertake a research project along with advanced coursework.

Career Opportunities

Possible Careers

  • Educator
  • Environmental Technologist
  • Medical Laboratory Technologist
  • Research Technologist

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Overview

The Bachelor of Midwifery is for those who want to become registered midwives and work in maternity settings such as hospitals, birth centres and other community agencies.

This midwifery course will teach you how to:

  • manage normal pregnancy and childbirth
  • provide effective postnatal, maternal and newborn care to women and their newborn infant
  • Provide safe and reliable care that meets the individual psychological, emotional, physical, social and spiritual needs of women.

Bachelor of Midwifery students will do midwifery clinical practice throughout the course in hospital and community settings. The students will also engage with a minimum of ten women to follow their pregnancy, labor, birth and postnatal care journey called their Continuity of Care Experiences. This experience involves the student recruiting the woman in early pregnancy and attending appointments throughout.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Course description

What is a Bachelor of Nutrition?

The Bachelor of Nutrition enables graduates to assess the determinants of health and nutritional needs of communities and broader populations, priorities nutrition problems and devise nutrition solutions. This course highlights the increase in related diseases and the importance of developing, implementing and evaluating diet-focused health interventions. This degree in Nutrition will teach you how to apply preventative principles to address nutrition issues at all levels of the population.

Throughout the course, you will gain a solid understanding of health science, biology and physiology. You will learn about nutrition in the context of public health, pathology and improving health and wellness, and develop skills to critically analyze, develop and implement nutrition intervention programs. You’ll also study specialist subjects like First people culture, history and healthcare, public health nutrition and a special population’s project, allowing you to gain valuable industry skills.

Learning outcomes

  • Learn about health science, human and community nutrition, and public health.
  • Discover the relationship between nutritional intake, the maintenance of health and the development of disease.
  • Consider the local and global food system and the sociological aspects of dietary intakes.
  • Design, implement and evaluate evidenced based public health nutrition interventions.
  • Understand and apply evidence-based practice and critical enquiry.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.

Course description

Our BSc Pharmacology course explores drug actions on living systems – where they act, what they do, how they are metabolized, and how they exert toxic effects.

Understanding all of this requires studying drug actions at levels ranging from the single molecule to the whole organism.

As a result, our course includes aspects of molecular biology, chemistry, physiology and neuroscience, and you will examine both the actions of current drugs and the development of new drugs throughout the course.

Teaching and learning

You will benefit from a wide range of teaching and learning methods that suit the content and aims of each course unit.

These range from lectures and tutorials to practical’s and research projects, including the final year project.

Find out more about how you will learn and see a typical Year 1 timetable on our teaching and learning.

Coursework and assessment

Assessment methods vary widely to suit the nature of the course unit and each level of study.

Lecture units are usually assessed by written exam (multiple choice, short answer questions or essay-based), which are held at the end of an academic semester.

Practical units are usually assessed by experimental report and/or short written assignment and/or written exam.

The proportion of independent study assignments increases during each year of study.

Admissions

Admission Requirements

The university is open to all students who fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Copy and original of secondary leaving certificate proved by the Minister of Education, Culture and Higher Education, Somalia
  2. Birth certificate
  3. Certificate of good conduct
  4. Application Letter
  5. Admission exam fee
  6. Passport sized photos (4)
  7. File (Gal)
  8. Pass entry exams.
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