A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (R174), alternatively a Diploma in Nursing&%2358; General Nurse (R171) with Advanced Diploma in Midwifery (R1497). At least two (2) years’ experiences, inclusive of a year of community service, as a Professional Nurse or General Nurse and Midwife. Proof of registration with the SANC as a Professional Nurse or General Nurse and Midwife. Proof of employment, detailing midwifery experience in years. Approval from your Nursing Service Manager (NSM) to register for the programme and rotate through midwifery/maternity units.
Students are admitted in accordance with the national prescribed admittance criteria as provided by the Higher Education Qualifications Framework (HEQF), and institutional policies which include the Academic Regulations Policy and the Policy on Admission and Selection of the University of Johannesburg. The latter policy states that academics involved in selection and admission “considers the need to redress past inequalities, aims to provide equity, quality and academic excellence. The UJ Academic Regulations Policy instructs academics to ensure that admission is subject to the student equity profile.