Rodzaj studiów - studia uzupełniające,
Tytuł zawodowy - licencjat,
Tryb studiów - niestacjonarne.
- Supplementary Nursing studies are aimed at people who already work in the profession of a nurse, but have only secondary education. The bridging studies provide the opportunity for nurses to improve their qualifications at every stage of their professional practice. They are a proposal to supplement the competences of registered nurses / nurses and allow this group to obtain a bachelor's degree in nursing.
- WThe condition for undertaking bridge studies is to have the right to practice a profession or a limited license to practice.
- Studia przeznaczone są dla absolwentów (w nawiasie podano ilość semestrów studiów po odpowiedniej szkole):
- Level A - 1 year / 2 semesters - for graduates of 5-year medical high schools
- Level B - 1.5 years / 3 semesters - for graduates of 2-year medical vocational schools
- Level C - 1 year / 2 semesters - for graduates of 2.5 years of medical vocational schools
- Level D - 1 year / 2 semesters - for graduates of 3-year medical vocational schools
SDepending on the type of secondary school completed, studies last from 2 to 3 semesters. The total number of hours during the course of studies varies depending on the level, and so:
- Level A - 1150 hours,
- Level C - 2410 hours,
- Level D - 1984 hours.
- level D - 1984 hours. The students of the bridging studies will receive a credit for some practical classes and professional internships after providing documents of employment periods in health care institutions and a certificate of completion of professional development (specialization and qualification courses). The limit of exemption from internships cannot exceed 50 percent of the total number of internships.
WSPS GRADUATES RECEIVE A BACHELOR'S DEGREE AND A NURSING DIPLOMA RECOGNIZED IN THE EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES.
- Classes are held during Saturday-Sunday meetings, and if necessary, there is also a possibility of meetings on Fridays.
- The knowledge and skills acquired during the studies make it possible to work in public and private healthcare institutions; health care institutions, nursing homes, therapeutic rehabilitation facilities, sheltered employment facilities, social care facilities, primary health care facilities, community and family nursing teams.