General information

Duration: 6 terms
Type of studies: first-cycle programme
Mode of studies: full-time and part-time
Degree awarded: Bachelor’s degree in nursing

Who can apply

Candidates willing to study nursing must be aware that this is a profession of public trust, with particular public significance in the context of society’s health-related safety. This profession is of an exceptional character, its mission being closely connected with providing care to patients. Nurses have clear-cut duties, and the formal and legal requirements which need to be satisfied in order to be licensed to practice the profession closely correspond to non-formal social requirements, resulting from the mission nature of nursing. These include an impeccable moral and ethical stance, high personal culture, respect for patients, and compliance with professional confidentiality.

Educational outcomes - download

Career prospects on graduation

  • Hospitals
  • Units operating within the medical rescue system
  • Primary healthcare facilities
  • Nursing care units
  • Treatment centres
  • Palliative and hospice care centres
  • Sanatoriums and SPA centres
  • Social welfare homes
  • Teaching and educational facilities
  • Universities, scientific and research institutions

A tentative course list:

  1. Information technology
  2. Anatomy
  3. Physiology
  4. Pathology
  5. Genetics
  6. Biochemistry and biophysics
  7. Microbiology and parasitology
  8. Pharmacology
  9. Radiology
  10. Psychology
  11. Sociology
  12. Pedagogy
  13. Intellectual property protection law
  14. Public health
  15. Philosophy and ethics in nurse’s work
  16. Basic nursing
  17. Health promotion
  18. Basic medical care
  19. Dietetics
  20. Physical examinations
  21. Research in nursing
  22. Elective subject: Hospital-acquired infections
  23. Elective subject: Sign language
  24. Elective subject: Mental health promotion
  25. Internal diseases and nursing in internal medicine
  26. Paediatrics and paediatric nursing
  27. Surgery and surgical nursing
  28. Obstetrics, gynaecology and obstetric-gynaecological nursing
  29. Psychiatry and psychiatric nursing
  30. Anaesthesiology and nursing in life-threatening cases
  31. Rehabilitation and disability nursing
  32. Neurology and neurological nursing
  33. Geriatrics and geriatric nursing
  34. Palliative care
  35. Basic medical rescue

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