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Nurses assist ill, injured and weak people towards health and help to relieve patients of pain and discomfort. They are also involved in curative, preventative and rehabilitative health care for families, communities and individuals.


Available Qualifications:

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a General Nurse.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.  They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a registered nurse.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a General Nurse.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.  They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a registered nurse.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Registration as a General Nurse with the South African Nursing Council.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council a registered nurse.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Registration as a General Nurse with the South African Nursing Council.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council a registered nurse.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Registration as a General Nurse with the South African Nursing Council.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a registered nurse.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Registration as a General Nurse with the South African Nursing Council.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Candidates must have full or conditional matriculation exemption, or a senior certificate, school leaving certificate or equivalent qualification.
  • They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as a registered nurse.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Admission Points Score of 36.
  • Minimum NSC requirements for degree entry must be met.
  • English, Afrikaans or isiXhosa (home language or first additional language) on at least level 3 (40-49%).
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for Mathematics or 4 (50-59%) for Mathematical Literacy.
  • NSC achievement rating of at least 3 (40-49%) for Physical Sciences and Life Sciences.
  • Applicants with an Admission Points Score between 26 and 35 may be referred to write the Access Assessment Battery before a decision is made on whether or not to admit the applicant to the course.
  • Students must submit a satisfactory medical report, on the prescribed form, to the Registrar before registration.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

  • Matriculation exemption/endorsement (matriculation certificate must be issued less than five years ago).
  • Biology and Physical Science as well as a pass mark in Mathematics.
  • Learners must score at least 31 points on the university’s SPS rating scale.
  • Applicants who do not meet the requirements for direct admission, and who have an SPS of 18 or higher, may be referred to write the Access Assessment Battery before a decision is made on whether or not to admit the applicant to the course.
  • Students must submit a satisfactory medical report, on the prescribed form, to the Registrar before registration.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR CURRENT GRADE 12 LEARNERS

  • Minimum statutory NSC requirements for diploma entry must be met.
  • Registered with the South African Nursing Council as a general nurse.
  • Have proof of holding a post as a registered nurse at a clinical facility (renal unit), approved by the South African Nursing Council.
  • Submit written permission from employer for participation in qualification.
  • Have proof of at least one year’s clinical experience in a renal unit.
  • Submit a satisfactory medical report.
  • Have proof of professional indemnity insurance coverage.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS WHO MATRICULATED PRIOR TO 2008

They must be registered with the South African Nursing Council a registered nurse. Candidates must have proof of holding a post as a registered nurse at a clinical facility (renal unit), approved by the South African Nursing Council, have proof of at least one year clinical experience in a renal unit.

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and have at least two years' experience in the speciality field.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and have at least two years' experience in the speciality field.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years’ appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses and midwives.
  • The qualification shall extend over a period of at least one academic year of full-time study or two academic years of part-time study.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years’ appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses and midwives.
  • The qualification shall extend over a period of at least one academic year of full-time study or two academic years of part-time study.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years of appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as community nurses.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years of appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as community nurses.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years of appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses and must hold a recognised basic qualification in psychiatric nursing.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Subject to the specific admission requirements below, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the degree if they hold a four-year diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery that is obtained at a college of nursing in co-operation with a university.
  • Prospective students shall be admitted to the studies for the degree only if a pass mark of at least 60% is obtained in the major modules of the diploma. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge of a particular topic to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department.
  • Candidates must occupy an approved post and possess at least two years of appropriate experience.
  • Applicants shall not be admitted as candidates for the degree except with the approval of the Faculty Management of the Faculty of Health Sciences, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science.
  • Candidates must hold a professional qualification in the field of study in which research is being done for the research essay.
  • Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates must be registered with the South African Nursing Council as general nurses and must hold a recognised basic qualification in psychiatric nursing.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.


 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.


 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.


 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.


 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the study for the degree only if they:

  • occupy an approved post or possess appropriate experience;
  • have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the major modules for the Bachelor's degree. Candidates may be required to supplement their knowledge to the satisfaction of the Head of the Department;
  • have been approved as candidates for the degree by the Health Sciences Faculty Research, Technology and Innovation Committee, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Nursing Science;
  • hold a four-year Bachelor of Nursing degree or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent; or
  • have been admitted to the status of such degree on the grounds of a three-year Bachelor’s degree, meet the professional registration requirement and such additional requirements as may be determined by Senate.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates must hold a relevant Bachelor of Nursing degree having obtained an average of at least 60% for such a degree, or another qualification deemed to be equivalent thereto.

Note:
All candidates will be subject to a departmental selection process that will include the following:

  • An interview with the Head of Department and two senior academics or interview panel.
  • Submission of a full CV.
  • Submission of the names of two referees, one of whom must be a senior university lecturer who is able to report on the candidate's suitability for undertaking a research Master's Degree.
  • The candidate's suitability will be co-determined by the quality of an essay (600 words) which must be submitted with the application form, prior to the interview.  (Please refer to the departmental website for guidelines regarding the essay: http://nursing.nmmu.ac.za/home.
  • Candidates may be required to complete a research methodology module and/or other research-related coursework successfully in preparation for the completion of a dissertation.

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates must hold a relevant Bachelor of Nursing degree having obtained an average of at least 60% for such a degree, or another qualification deemed to be equivalent thereto.

Note:
All candidates will be subject to a departmental selection process that will include the following:

  • An interview with the Head of Department and two senior academics or interview panel.
  • Submission of a full CV.
  • Submission of the names of two referees, one of whom must be a senior university lecturer who is able to report on the candidate's suitability for undertaking a research Master's Degree.
  • The candidate's suitability will be co-determined by the quality of an essay (600 words) which must be submitted with the application form, prior to the interview.  (Please refer to the departmental website for guidelines regarding the essay: http://nursing.nmmu.ac.za/home.
  • Candidates may be required to complete a research methodology module and/or other research-related coursework successfully in preparation for the completion of a dissertation.

 

 

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the Master’s degree only if they have obtained the four-year Bachelor of Pharmacy degree; or have been admitted to the status of such degree; and have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the undergraduate fourth year major pertaining to the field of study for the degree.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Unless Senate decides otherwise, candidates shall be admitted to the studies for the Master’s degree only if they have obtained the four-year Bachelor of Pharmacy degree; or have been admitted to the status of such degree; and have obtained a mark of at least 60% in the undergraduate fourth year major pertaining to the field of study for the degree.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of a Master's degree or other qualification approved by Senate, may be accepted.
  • Candidate must contact the Head of Department before applying for admission.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

  • Holders of a Master's degree or other qualification approved by Senate, may be accepted.
  • Candidate must contact the Head of Department before applying for admission.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates must hold a relevant research Master's Degree and have obtained a final mark of 60% for their dissertation OR hold a relevant coursework Master's Degree and have obtained an average mark of 60% for the coursework modules and treatise.

Note: All candidates will be subject to a departmental selection process that will include the following:

  • An interview with the Head of Department and two senior academics or interview panel.
  • Submission of a full CV.
  • Submission of the names of two referees, one of whom must be a senior university lecturer who is able to report on the candidate's suitability for undertaking a PhD.
  • The candidate's suitability will be co-determined by the quality of an essay (1000 words) which must be submitted with the application form, prior to the interview. (Please refer to the departmental website for guidelines regarding the essay: http://nursing.nmmu.ac.za/home.
  • Candidates may be required to complete a research methodology module and/or other research-related coursework successfully in preparation for the completion of a thesis.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates must hold a relevant research Master's Degree and have obtained a final mark of 60% for their dissertation OR hold a relevant coursework Master's Degree and have obtained an average mark of 60% for the coursework modules and treatise.

Note: All candidates will be subject to a departmental selection process that will include the following:

  • An interview with the Head of Department and two senior academics or interview panel.
  • Submission of a full CV.
  • Submission of the names of two referees, one of whom must be a senior university lecturer who is able to report on the candidate's suitability for undertaking a PhD.
  • The candidate's suitability will be co-determined by the quality of an essay (1000 words) which must be submitted with the application form, prior to the interview. (Please refer to the departmental website for guidelines regarding the essay: http://nursing.nmmu.ac.za/home.
  • Candidates may be required to complete a research methodology module and/or other research-related coursework successfully in preparation for the completion of a thesis.