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Admission Into Fct School Of Nursing/midwifery Gwagwalada Abuja Now On by kdos(m): 12:20pm On Nov 08, 2013
Admission and Registration Formalities
The school admits candidates for two different programmes yearly. The 3 year Basic Nursing Programme which starts in September, is meant for secondary school leavers, while the 18 months Post Basic Nursing programme which commences in March is meant for qualified Midwives. Application forms are advertised and purchased at a prescribed fee and candidates who fulfill the Nursing and Midwifery Council entry requirements are invited for an entrance examination and oral interview which is organized and conducted by the HHSS/Nursing department. Candidates who gain the desired entry points from the aforementioned assessment are selected for admission into the programme (s).
ADMISSION PROCEDURE
The Basic General Nurse Training is a General Nursing course open to young males and females of not less than 17.5 years of age, at the time of admission.
ENTRY QUALIFICATION
(a) Holder of WASC or its Equivalent with at least 5 credits passes including English, mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than 2 sittings. WASC, G.C.E, S.S.C.E or NECO results should not exceed 10 years from the date of issuance from the examination body.
POST BASIC NURSING
(a) The post basic Nurse Training is open to Registered Midwives. They should posses the registered Midwife certificate and current practicing License from N&MCN in addition to the basic entry requirements stipulated for the basic training programme. (b) Other entry requirements for admission include certain categories of persons authorized by the Nursing &Midwifery Council of Nigeria to spend a specified length of time in an approved Training School in Nigeria before registration (Foreign Students).
PERIOD OF INTAKE
Intake into the Basic Nursing Training programme is September of every year and March for the Post Basic Nursing Programme. Entrance examination is as follows; June for Basic Nursing and December for Post Basic. Successful candidates go through oral interview at dates fixed by the appropriate panel set up for this purpose.
DURATION OF THE COURSE
(a) For Basic Nursing programme the successful candidates undergo three years of training. (b) For Post Basic Nursing programme, the successful candidates undergo 18 months of training. (c) Other categories are as recommended by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
TRANSFER STUDENTS
Transfer of students from other Schools of Nursing is not acceptable.
STUDENT SPONSORSHIP
Students are self sponsored but presently the FCTA gives a monthly allowance to students on the Basic Nursing Programme. The stipend will automatically cease after the release of the N&MCN Final Qualifying Examination results.

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