Category Archives: Fees Structure

Management Development Institute of Singapore College of Nursing Fees Structure

Established in 1956, MDIS is Singapore’s oldest not-for-profit learning institution. It has been ranked as the 2nd top Private Education Institution in Singapore by the Cybermetrics Lab in Jan 2017. Its nursing bachelor is awarded by Edinburgh Napier University, one of Scotland’s largest nursing and midwifery education providers, and ranked amongst the top 5% of the world’s universities by Times Higher… Read More »

Singapore Institute of Technology College of Nursing Fees Structure

Fees and Finances SINGAPORE CITIZEN(ACTIVE TAB) PERMANENT RESIDENT INTERNATIONAL STUDENT Subsidised fees per credit$172.00 Total credit120 Tuition fees: $20,640.00 for SG Citizens / $76,013.00 Non-subsidised fees. Tuition fees shown are the total cost for completion of studies, based on the minimum credits required to graduate. Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents fees are exclusive of GST and subsidised by the Ministry… Read More »

Singapore Institute of Management College of Nursing Fees Structure

SIM has been around since 1964 and first began accepting students after opening SIM Global Education in 2016. A leading private institution in Singapore, the school’s sprawling campus contains many facilities, including a Performing Arts theatre and a wellness centre. SIM GE’s degree is awarded by the University of Sydney, Australia’s first university, which ranks 13th globally in… Read More »

Ngee Ann Academy College of Nursing Fees Structure

Formerly known as the Ngee Ann Adelaide Education Centre, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours is awarded by (and fully taught by the faculty of) King’s College London! It’s the first-ever degree of KCL to be fully taught outside the UK. KCL ranks 2nd in the world and 1st in the UK for Nursing (2021 QS… Read More »

National University of Singapore College of Nursing Fees Structure

Did you know that NUS started out as a medical school? The Nursing degree was first pushed out in 2006 and has experienced a burst of popularity in recent years. NUS promises an inter-professional education, where you’ll get to learn and study alongside healthcare undergraduates in different fields (medicine, dentistry, etc.), which helps foster teamwork skills and prepare you for… Read More »

Curtin University College of Nursing Fees Structure

Curtin University ranks within the top 100 universities globally in the QS World Rankings by Subject for Nursing (2021). Programme Duration: Part-time basis, 3.5 years or 23 months with Credit for Recognised Learning (CRL) arrangements Accreditation: The degree is accredited by SNB. Curriculum: 8 modules across 4 semesters. These are Imagining Health in Social and Cultural Contexts, Health Assessment… Read More »

Ngee Ann Polytechnic College of Nursing Fees Structure

Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Nursing Diploma boasts an impressive 43 weeks of clinical attachments in different specialities right from Year 1, giving you plenty of experience and exposure even before graduation. It also exposes its students to the Life Sciences and provides opportunities for overseas immersion trips, internships, and service-learning trips. Exciting! Programme Duration: Full-time basis, 3 years Curriculum:… Read More »

Nanyang Polytechnic College of Nursing Fees Structure

Nanyang Polytechnic was the first polytechnic here to offer nursing courses, and has seen over 20,000 nursing students through its doors ever since! Students get to experience hands-on training in the school’s NYP-HIMSS Centre of Excellence that blends classroom learning with hospital and clinical settings, and train with the various technologies employed within them. Nanyang Polytechnic also offers… Read More »