Nursing Courses in Eastern Cape Colleges, Schools and Universities

The following are the Top Nursing Courses in Eastern Cape Colleges, Schools and Universities

Lilitha College of Nursing in the Eastern Cape Province

Lilitha College of Nursing was established by the Education and Training of Nurses and Midwives Act 4 of 2003. Programmes offered are based on the demands and priorities of the health system and demographics of the EC Province. The college offers both basic and post basic nursing programmes including specialist programmes. It has consistently produced large volumes of nurses to be permanently allocated to the clinical services for the province. The college embraces academic excellence in learning where generations of disciplinary knowledge are entrusted into nursing practice, research regarding human experiences of health, illness and healing, utilising Community-Based and Evidence-Based practice focusing on holistic relationship centred around a caring approach which facilitates the well being of individuals

  • Programmes offered at Lilitha College:
  • Diploma in Nursing (General. Community, Psychiatry) and Midwifery
  • Diploma in General Nursing Science (Bridging Course)
  • Diploma in One Year Midwifery
  • Diploma In Community Nursing Science

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Netcare Education in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape

Netcare Education, a registered private higher education institution, comprises two faculties, with campuses in Johannesburg and Pretoria in Gauteng, Durban North in KwaZulu-Natal, Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape and Cape Town in the Western Cape. The Faculty of Nursing and Ancillary Healthcare (FNAH) provides formal education and training in the fields of nursing and ancillary disciplines, and the Faculty of Emergency and Critical Care (FECC) provides formal education and training in the field of emergency and critical care as well as first aid training for members of the public. more

Varsity College in Port Elizabeth

Nestled in the Nelson Mandela Bay Area is the seaside city of Port Elizabeth, also known as ‘the friendly city’. Our P.E campus lives up to that nickname, offering students a safe, secure and friendly environment in which to develop their knowledge and professional skills. It’s an exciting and welcoming setting where students can advance academically and achieve an all-important work-life balance. More

Nelson Mandela University Nursing Courses

The Department of Nursing Science was established in 1975 and forms part of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the Nelson Mandela University. Our goal is to prepare highly skilled, caring and committed nurse practitioners who are independent and can think critically. The graduates will use their knowledge and skills to bring about transformation and change to improve current healthcare practices.  They will also be trained to provide comprehensive health care services to individuals, families and communities in a variety of contexts.

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