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    gracedoye7
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    Nursing, without any iota of doubt is an highly lucrative profession, and it can be studied in many countries of the world. Belarus is one of these countries where you can study nursing.

    There are two levels of nursing in Belarus. They are:

    ADN (Associate diploma of Nursing)

    This Nursing degree in Belarus or anywhere is taught for two Years.

    Nursing students choose this level in Belarus as it takes only two years to be a nurse. The duration of the course usually attracts the interest of prospective nursing student.

    BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)

    Its a bachelor program which makes students a full nurse and it is a 4 Year program in Belarus.

    This program comprises courses and activities that are peculiar to nursing. It provides students with varying nursing skills needed for the nursing profession.

    Kindly check the following link for more details and admission into nursing in Belarus

    https://www.belarusadmission.com

  • Two Levels of Nursing in Belarus

    gracedoye7 updated 1 year, 8 months ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
  • Michael

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    June 5, 2022 at 9:29 am

    Just concerned about two things; the cost for each of them and the global recognition. Belarus doesn’t have a good economy, so most people may want to study there and then move to other European countries for work.

    What do you think about this?

    • gracedoye7

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      June 7, 2022 at 6:44 am

      Thank you. Your comment is actually not out of place. Foreigners may actually study in Belarus and then look for more advanced European countries for more favourable and pleasant opportunities. But getting the degree/certificate should be the first, you know. Again, courses like medicine, nursing etc and some other medical courses are also well taught in Belarus, even though the country’s economy may not be too eye-catching, so studying nursing there is not totally bad. As regards the cost, getting scholarship opportunities and other legal financial aid may help to achieve one’s goal of studying. It only takes perseverance and outright consistence.

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