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How Long Does Nursing Course Take in Kenya?

Nursing is one of the most in-demand courses in Kenya. As a nurse, you have the opportunity to earn a very high salary on the job. However, to become a qualified nurse, one must first obtain a degree or diploma in the field. They will be able to learn and acquire all of the necessary knowledge in the field at the given school. The learning period varies in length depending on the area of specialization.

A nursing course usually takes between 2 and 4 years to complete. The length will vary depending on the level of education desired. This means that the shorter the period, the lower the level, and vice versa.

Nursing Courses Requirements

Some requirements for nursing courses in Kenya include a minimum grade of at least a C-, for the form four leavers, a diploma certificate if you want to upgrade to degree level, and a minimum of two years of working experience.

Certificate in nursing requirements include at least a C- (minus) grade. This will enable you to partake in a certificate of nursing without difficulties.

You can consider getting a short nursing course in Kenya. The short courses are good in terms of saving on time and money.

Various Types of Nursing Courses

There are different types of nursing courses in Kenya. Some of which include:

Accident and emergency nursing.

Nephrology nursing.

Perioperative nursing.

Critical care nursing.

Neonatal nursing.

That is just a quick and brief overview of nursing qualifications, types of nurses, and durations. Nothing should deter you from pursuing your dream of becoming a nurse now that you have the clear information.

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