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KNUST DIPLOMA NURSING EXAMS

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into BSc. and Diploma Top-up programs at the Department of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, KNUST.

The KNUST School of nursing and midwifery examination council conducts periodic examinations for qualification as Nurse Assistants, Nurses, and Midwives.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 

  1. BSc. Programs
  • Emergency Nursing
  • General Nursing

Holders of Diploma in Nursing with a good pass and have at least TWO (2) years working experience.

  • BSc. Midwifery

Holders of Diploma in Midwifery with a good pass and have at least TWO (2) years working experience.

  • BSc. Community Health Nursing

Holders of Diploma in Community Health Nursing with a good pass and have at least TWO (2) years working experience

NB: Applicants with a Diploma certificate obtained through the KNUST-MoH programme may apply for the BSc programmes in their specialties.

  1. DIPLOMA TOP-UP PROGRAMMES (SANDWICH)

Applicants who meet the University’s minimum requirement of Six (6) credits including English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science with a Minimum of Three (3) years working experience.

MODE OF APPLICATION

  • Applicants must purchase an e-Voucher by paying an application fee at the Ghana Post Company Ltd.
  • Upon payment of the application fee, candidates will receive an e-Voucher containing an application number and PIN that will grant access to the online admissions portal.
  • Candidates should then proceed to online admissions website at apps.knust.edu.gh/admissions and begin the application process.
  • Once the process has been completed, candidates must print out TWO (2) COPIES of the completed application form from the portal and submit them to the Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs, KNUST together with all relevant documents (Photocopies of Certificates and transcripts)


The Examination Unit receives applications from candidates who wish to sit for the diploma examinations, which coordinates the preparation of test items, obtains examination centers, identifies invigilators and examiners, assesses examination scripts, and publishes results.

  •     Registered General Nurses i.e. those who have undergone a three –year (Diploma) or four year (Degree) course in nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Registered Midwives i.e. those who have completed a three -year course on midwifery in accredited institutions.
  •     Registered Community Nurse i.e. those who have completed a three-year (Diploma) course in Community Health Nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Registered Mental Nurse i.e. those who have completed a three-year course in Mental Health Nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Midwifery (Post NAC/NAP Midwifery) i.e. those who have completed a one-year Post NAC/NAP course in midwifery in accredited institutions.
  •     Public Health Nursing i.e. those who have completed a one-year Post Basic course in Public Health Nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Ophthalmic Nursing i.e. those who have completed a one-year Post Basic course in Ophthalmic nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Peri –Operative /Critical Care Nursing i.e. those who have completed a one-year Post –Basic course in Peri-Operative/Critical Nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Ear, Norse and Throat Nursing i.e. those who have completed a one-year Post –Basic course in Ear, Nose and Throat Nursing in accredited institutions.
  •     Nurse Assistant (Preventive) i.e. those who have completed a two-year course in Nurse Assistant (Preventive) in accredited institutions.
  •     Nurse Assistant (Clinical) i.e. those who have completed a two-year course in Nurse Assistant (Clinical) in accredited institutions.
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