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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by success2k7: 1:20pm On Sep 13
fendorf:
thanks for the reply.please can you put me through on how to go about the Philippine route. Thanks
Philippine route is the best bet for we Nigerians for now as India is beginning to do Nigerians 'shakara' for reasons best known to them.
You send the Philippine embassy an email, they will reply with the application forms, download and fill the forms. do a police finger print clearance (u can do that at Alagbon in Lagos).

Get to the embassy of the Philippine in Maitama, Abuja (relocated from Gwarinpa, now at Maitama) with the originals and photocopies of your ATT, Int'l passport, bank statement, hotel and flight reservations, and Passport photograph (photocopy not needed) on a convenient day for your brief visa interview but ensure u get to the embassy before 9am to avoid being rescheduled for another day. Visa fee is N15,000 plus. That's all!

Note, others' inputs are welcome.

All the best!

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by TadellNairaland: 9:35pm On Sep 13
Hello brothers and sisters,
I'm a Nigeria trained nurse (BNSc, RN, RM, MNsc - Psychiatric Nursing)

I'm currently in clinical practice in one of the FMC's, but I'm considering migrating to Australia and I will like to practice in the academia (be a university lecturer) when I get there.

So I would like our brothers and sisters that have taken the route before to educate me on what will be required for me to be integrated into their system as a university lecturer.

I learnt that I will be reevaluated by their nursing council and be reissued a new license (which is normal)
But what will happen to my masters degree, will it be accepted?
What's the minimum requirement for lecturing job there?
Will my race (black race) be a constraint to this dream?

Thanks for your time as I await your replies.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by nwababy90: 6:26am On Sep 15
Please which of d ielts do I write as a nurse seeking job opportunity in UK?...academic or general
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Okolomammma: 6:49am On Sep 15
olumuyiwaoke:
do you have info about europe or uk schools of midwifery
For some countries, yes
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by zeezaa(f): 10:50am On Sep 15
nwababy90:
Please which of d ielts do I write as a nurse seeking job opportunity in UK?...academic or general

write IELTS UKVI ACADEMIC

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Hadewumi: 1:20pm On Sep 15
Hello Fam
I am a new BNSc (RN) grad, currently undergoing the NYSC Am interested in working and relocating to Australia, Heard that one will need to do a 12-13weeks bridging program. My questions are:
1. Will it be possible for me to work while doing this program?
2. Which kind of visa will I apply for as I don't think I will be able to meet the PR cut off for now?
3. Is there any kind of arrangement for a job offer after the course that will enable me to stay further?
Thanks in anticipations
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by steakchips: 7:47pm On Sep 15
Hadewumi:
Hello Fam
I am a new BNSc (RN) grad, currently undergoing the NYSC Am interested in working and relocating to Australia, Heard that one will need to do a 12-13weeks bridging program. My questions are:
1. Will it be possible for me to work while doing this program?
2. Which kind of visa will I apply for as I don't think I will be able to meet the PR cut off for now?
3. Is there any kind of arrangement for a job offer after the course that will enable me to stay further?
Thanks in anticipations

They won't let you do the bridging course without work experience. you might want to do a Bsc to get registered here instead of 3yrs they uni will credit 1 or 1.5yrs. Studying here isn't cheap but once you finish it's worth it as a nurse you will get your money back wink wink wink
what country did you do your bsc?

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Hadewumi: 8:37pm On Sep 15
steakchips:


They won't let you do the bridging course without work experience. you might want to do a Bsc to get registered here instead of 3yrs they uni will credit 1 or 1.5yrs. Studying here isn't cheap but once you finish it's worth it as a nurse you will get your money back wink wink wink
what country did you do your bsc?



Thanks for the reply
I did my BSc in Nursing in a Nigerian university. And when I checked online, There was a list of country in which the nurses that studied there have no need for a bridging program and Nigeria was not there, And, based on the information's that have gotten from these forum and other sites, that if I apply to their nursing board for licensing as an internationally educated nurse (IEN) from Nigeria, I would not meet up, hence the need for the 3 months bridging program which would cover for the deficiencies in the courses taken and work experience.
4 weeks for theoretical and classroom work.
8 weeks for practical experience.

I also heard that the minimum experience you will need is 6 month experience since you will do a bridging program, and I am hoping that my NYSC experience will be able to cover for that

Pls correct me if I got it all wrong.
Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Tunjinodaysoff(m): 12:34am On Sep 16
fendorf:
hello sir. Please how much did you pay for Nclex in India and how much is visa fees to India?
hi...can't remember o
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by qudrat(f): 11:15am On Sep 16
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Pls how and where did you register for IELTS UKVI?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Gozi2017: 1:14pm On Sep 19
[quote author=qudrat post=245333][/quote]

Online,British council website.you need your international passport to register.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by qudrat(f): 12:31am On Sep 20
Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Mastermindx: 2:15pm On Sep 21
Good day everyone.
I need ur opinion please, I'm wondering if a degree in nursing from national open university will be accepted in the US and UK to work as a nurse.
Mind you, the course is accredited.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by JoannaSedley(f): 3:34pm On Sep 21
Mastermindx:
Good day everyone.
I need ur opinion please, I'm wondering if a degree in nursing from national open university will be accepted in the US and UK to work as a nurse.
Mind you, the course is accredited.
Why not? A federal university duly accredited by both NUC and NMCN..
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by mekadon: 7:50pm On Sep 22
Hello all,
I am not a nurse but I have a sister who is a Nigerian trained nurse and she is attempting the IELTS again so as to move to the UK. In my research for what steps she would need to take after passing the IELTS, I discovered that the process has been made easy lately by most employers in the UK. Guess the impending brexit date is creating a huge shortage of nurses as most EU nurses are leavinh. They give a refund for the CBT, pay for your flight to the UK , provide accommodation for the first 2 months in some cases. For all nigerian trained nurses who are considering the UK, I would advice your scale your IELTS asap so you can easily start the process. Find below an advert I saw some 11 hours ago online for international trained nurses. All the best to everyone on this journey

THE COMPANY

Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute hospital trusts in the country. We provide a full range of services to more than Apply people across Portsmouth, South East Hampshire and West Sussex. Most services are provided at Queen Alexandra Hospital but they also offer a range of outpatient and diagnostic facilities closer to patients’ homes. They handle around Apply Emergency Department admissions a year and have the busiest maternity department on the South Coast The Trust employs around 6,480 staff and is the largest employer in Portsmouth.

THE POSITION

Due to the ongoing expansion of the service we are looking to recruit enthusiastic, motivated and dedicated staff nurses to join the wards across the following specialities: Medical, Surgical, Emergency, ICU, Renal, Stroke and Operating Theatres.

Portsmouth can offer excellent development opportunities and career prospects, whether you wish to enhance your current skills in your chosen specialty or are keen to build your career in a new and challenging area.

THE LOCATION

Portsmouth is the second largest city in Hampshire, on the south coast of England. It is a dynamic and vibrant waterfront city bursting with unique shopping opportunities, great places to eat and miles of beautiful coastline.

WHY SHOULD YOU APPLY
• Nurse Band 5 salary starting from £23,023
• 37.5 hours per week, full time permanent positions
• Paid annual leave: 27 days + 8 public holidays
• Flight ticket to the UK for up to £800 refunded by the Trust
• 3 Months FREE accommodation
• Free airport pick-up and transport to the Trust
• Welcome pack and cash advance on arrival up to £500
• UK Visa fee – refunded upon arrival by the Trust
• NMC Application, CBT, Academic IELTS & UKVI IELTS refunded by the Trust
• OSCE training provided by the Trust

You will be given a fully supported induction & orientation programme tailored to your needs

NHS pension and many staff benefits which include; childcare vouchers, onsite gym / swimming pool, cycle to work scheme, access to our Beach Hut and many more!

Outstanding opportunities for your professional development both from within the ward teams and pro-active and visible Practice Education team

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
• Eligible to register with NMC
• A Minimum 12 months acute experience
• Must have scored a minimum of a band 7 in each sub-test of IELTS or a minimum of a grade B in each sub-test of OET (applicable to EU & International applicants applying from a country where English isn't the first language).

INTERESTED?

Apply today for this exciting nursing opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills. Immediate Interviews with full recruitment support from a dedicated KCR team member.
• ** Interviews by Skype ***

NON EU reply

Please email your CV and IELTS/OET results to Apply or call The KCR team in confidence on + Applycrvdbrcktso Ireland) or + Applycrvdbrcktso UK

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Chiomajesus77: 10:46am On Sep 23
Good morning Fam,

Please I need Guide from anyone here that has done the Nursing jurisprudence Exam on Texas BON website. ? Are there specific things or area to read on ?
All response will be appreciated
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 2:40pm On Sep 23
Chiomajesus77:
Good morning Fam,

Please I need Guide from anyone here that has done the Nursing jurisprudence Exam on Texas BON website. ? Are there specific things or area to read on ?
All response will be appreciated
There is a beneficial online 25 dollar course offered by the board. Once you watch the lecture, you would have heard/seen all you need to pass the exam.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Chiomajesus77: 11:38pm On Sep 23
vickyehi:

There is a beneficial online 25 dollar course offered by the board. Once you watch the lecture, you would have heard/seen all you need to pass the exam.

Please which of the course exactly ?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 6:59am On Sep 24
Chiomajesus77:


Please which of the course exactly ?
It's on the website....
https://www.bon.texas.gov/catalog/product/#bon-nje-prep

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Chiomajesus77: 6:58pm On Sep 24

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Sweetmumsi: 9:44am On Sep 25
Chiomajesus77:


Please which of the course exactly ?

But this exam is an open book exam in the sense that you can use your phone to browse the Internet while you use another device perhaps your computer to write the exam at the same time time, so long as you can be fast enough, it's not something you need to spend 25 dollar for the course.

Just read the material, then get 2 devices on your exam day.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 10:10am On Sep 25
Sweetmumsi:


But this exam is an open book exam in the sense that you can use your phone to browse the Internet while you use another device perhaps your computer to write the exam at the same time time, so long as you can be fast enough, it's not something you need to spend 25 dollar for the course.

Just read the material, then get 2 devices on your exam day.
cheesy cheesy grin lolz you must be an igbo woman. Una Sabi this kind wisdom
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vinon: 10:22am On Sep 25
Hello.
I want to go to the USA next month to look for greener pastures.
Someone suggested I apply for a nursing program when I get there.
But I am not a science inclined so is that still possible?
And of yes is there any program that is similar to the nursing program that is more affordable?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by snowlordng(m): 11:02am On Sep 25
Good day my good people ..I have a problem. .my mum is a nurse with over 10years experience in public health ...he started his career with nd cert and by God's grace she will get her bsc in January next year ...pls is their any chance of her getting pr in either canada or Australia. With a well paid job..she's 45 ...w
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Sweetmumsi: 12:21pm On Sep 25
barbiee:
cheesy cheesy grin lolz you must be an igbo woman. Una Sabi this kind wisdom

Lolz Barbiee. How far with your US application?

Please can you send me your whatsapp number via email pearlistalking@gmail.com. Please I have an important thing to discuss with you concerning the US stuff, thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by JoannaSedley(f): 4:26pm On Sep 26
barbiee:
cheesy cheesy grin lolz you must be an igbo woman. Una Sabi this kind wisdom
tread carefully here homie embarassed cheesy
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 8:31am On Sep 28
Sweetmumsi:


Lolz Barbiee. How far with your US application?

Please can you send me your whatsapp number via email pearlistalking@gmail.com. Please I have an important thing to discuss with you concerning the US stuff, thanks
I placed my application on hold cause I couldn't rectify the date of birth problem with nursing council. I want to try UK route for now then switch over to USA on a later date.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 8:35am On Sep 28
vinon:
Hello.
I want to go to the USA next month to look for greener pastures.
Someone suggested I apply for a nursing program when I get there.
But I am not a science inclined so is that still possible?
And of yes is there any program that is similar to the nursing program that is more affordable?
Yes it's possible. You can start with CNA programs it's usually cheaper and faster to get certified. And you can start earning money while you pursue your nursing career
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Sweetmumsi: 8:49pm On Sep 28
barbiee:
I placed my application on hold cause I couldn't rectify the date of birth problem with nursing council. I want to try UK route for now then switch over to USA on a later date.

Waoh! May God bless your hustle, Amen.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by snowlordng(m): 12:59am On Sep 29
snowlordng:
Good day my good people ..I have a problem. .my mum is a nurse with over 10years experience in public health ...he started his career with nd cert and by God's grace she will get her bsc in January next year ...pls is their any chance of her getting pr in either canada or Australia. With a well paid job..she's 45 ...w
guys pls help
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by zeezaa(f): 2:36am On Sep 29
barbiee:
Yes it's possible. You can start with CNA programs it's usually cheaper and faster to get certified. And you can start earning money while you pursue your nursing career

please I need CBT study materials.my e-mail is zeeza43m@gmail.com
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 9:42pm On Oct 01
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