- What is the requirement for Diploma and Degree course?
Please refer to Diploma in Nursing and Degree in Nursing
- Am I guaranteed work after completing my Diploma?
The college will not guarantee that, the graduate must apply in the sector they are interested which is private or government, the must follow the procedure by Nursing Board of Malaysia.
- What is the starting pay after my Diploma?
It will be around Rm2000 to Rm2200
- What is the difference between Government sector and Private sector?
There are not much difference, each Hospitals will have their own set of rules and culture. Career advancement in both sectors is the same.
- When are the intakes?
January, April, July and October.
- When to start register?
Registration process starts the moment you have the SPM results. The required documents are Identification Card (I.C) and SPM results.
- How about my accommodation?
Provided by the college, strategically located, convenient and safe.
- What is the age limit for Nursing Course application?
45 years old
- What are the differences between colleges?
A student can choose the college according to the location they prefer, other than that a colleges standard can be determined by checking the number of hospitals they are working along for the students to do their practical. The student also can check the facilities provided in the campus and hostel. Students don’t have to worry about the syllabus because it will be standard and monitored by nursing Board of Malaysia.
- Is my loan (PTPTN) guaranteed?
Yes, provided the student must follow the guidelines (please refer to the scholarship guide).
- Do I get allowance?
Yes, the student will receive allowance which is included in their PTPTN loan (please refer to the scholarship guide)
- Do I have to register with the Nursing Board of Malaysia?
Yes, if you would like to work in Malaysia. In fact, whichever country you would like to work in, you would need to register with the Nursing Board of that country. The Nursing Board of Malaysia conducts two examinations a year to facilitate the registration process. The Nursing Board of Malaysia issues the "Annual Practical Certificate" (APC), a very important document which is recognized by the Commonwealth countries before a person is employed as a nurse.
- Can a male become a nurse ?
Yes, a male student can also become a nurse and in fact there is a great demand for male nurses.