Life College Nursing Applications For 2024 Are Open


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Life College of Learning offers students options for study that will equip them for a career in healthcare. Applications for the college’s Nursing programmes for 2024 are still open to students who dream of working in nursing, but have not yet applied. 


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Life College of Learning is a higher education institution under the Life Healthcare group. Within the college, there are a total of seven learning centres spread across the country that are dedicated to the training of committed students in the field of nursing

These seven centres are located in: Cape Town, Springs, Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria and Roodepoort. With over 20 years’ experience in teaching, the college has developed an effective learning design that merges theory with clinical work, offering its students a holistic learning experience.

When Do Applications Open?

The college welcomes students to apply for the following qualifications that will be available for the 2024 academic year:

  • Higher Certificate in Nursing (one year full-time)
  • Diploma in Nursing (three years full-time)

Applications will only be accepted between the 1st of June 2023 and the 31st of August 2023.

How to Apply

  1. First, applicants will have to ensure that they meet all the eligibility requirements.
  2. Then, download the application form and fill in your details.
  3. Finally, once you have completed the application, submit your form to one of the learning centres listed at the bottom of the application form.

The necessary documents that should accompany your application can also be found at the bottom of the application form.

What Are the Minimum Requirements for Entry?

To qualify to study towards the Higher Certificate in Nursing, applicants must have:

  • Met the minimum National Senior Certificate (NSC) requirements for higher education entrance and higher certificate entry level, or a recognised qualification to the equivalent.
  • A level 4 (50-59%) NSC achievement in English Language studies
  • A level 3 (40-49%) NSC achievement in Mathematical Literacy and Life Sciences
  • A South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) equivalency certificate for international applicants

To qualify to study towards the Diploma in Nursing, applicants must have:

  • Met the minimum National Senior Certificate (NSC) requirements for higher education entrance and diploma entry level, or a recognised qualification to the equivalent.
  • A level 4 NSC achievement in English Language studies, Life Sciences, and Mathematical Literacy (or level 3 in Mathematics)
  • A South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) equivalency certificate for international applicants

It is also recommended that applicants complete a computer literacy course.

Once applicants deem themselves eligible for application and submit their complete applications with all necessary documentation, all that is left is to await a response. 

 

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