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Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
The curriculum for the Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing at University Europea de Madrid is the response to the new nursing profile today’s society demands: you will not only be a graduate equipped with all the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to successfully perform your job, but you will also develop key skills to become an ethical professional, a leader, and someone who is able to make decisions and is prepared to work as a team player, and is socially responsible. In addition, your bachelor’s degree studies can be compatible with your profession thanks to our modular schedules, which allow you to choose between morning and afternoon sessions.
At the School of Biomedical and Health Sciences you will learn through an innovative educational model that encourages interprofessional education with other healthcare professionals, just like you will in your professional future. You will get insight into professional practice with clinical internships supervised by active professionals, based on resolving real clinical cases in simulated or virtual reality environments, in pioneering laboratories in Spain equipped with the latest technology developments.
You’ll take another step in your education with internships at leading biohealth institutions and businesses (Internship agreements with Hospital Universitario de Getafe, Infanta Sofía, Grupo Hospitalario Quirón, Hospital Universitario ASISA Moncloa, CESIC, ASEBIO, Lilly and Grünenthal Pharma, among others).
Process of admission:
- Abilities Tests
- Language Test
Tuition & fees
- Entrance exam fee: 150 euros
- Reservation fee:1.200 euros
- Opening file fee: 770 euros
- Tuition Fee: 7.814,40 euros
Universidad Europea, with four campuses in Spain, two in Madrid (Villaviciosa de Odón and Alcobendas), one in Valencia and another in the Canary Islands (La Orotava), is an innovative institution geared towards adding value to society and contributing to its...