Ukwazi School of Nursing Opens 2024 Applications


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Ukwazi School of Nursing has opened their applications for the 2024 intake. Here is everything you need to know about their application process.


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Ukwazi School of Nursing is registered by the Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution. They offer courses that are registered by the South African Qualifications Authority and accredited by both the Council of Higher Education and the South African Nursing Council.

Applications for 2024 opened on 1 March 2023 and will close on 30 June 2023. Applicants who meet the admission criteria will then be entered into a selection process. 

Applicants are encouraged to ensure that they meet the admission criteria before submitting an application. 

Applications are now open for the following programmes:

  • Higher Certificate in Nursing (R169) - auxiliary nursing programme (1 year course)
  • Diploma in Nursing (R171) - general nursing programme (3 year course)

Applicants are urged to submit their applications as soon as possible as these qualifications are fully enrolled every year. 

Ukwazi School of Nursing has a main campus in Roodepoort, Gauteng and a sub-campus in Potchefstroom, North West. 

Make sure that all the information on your application form is correct, especially your contact details, so that the institution can reach you regarding your acceptance. 

Ukwazi School of nursing believes that nursing education should provide students with an opportunity to progress in order to enhance the profession of nursing and to serve as a foundation for life-long learning, while upholding ethical and moral principles. 

Another place to study nursing is the Thohoyandou Nursing School which has a range of courses available.

You can also view all the accredited Nursing Colleges in the country in our Where To Study - nursing section.

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