Nursing

Specialization: Nursing

Level of education: first-cycle

Form of study: full-time

Duration: 3 years (6 semesters)

Language: English

Candidates for studies in English do not take the Polish language exam.

On-line Candidate's Registration --> here


Unit responsible: Faculty of Medicine. Collegium Medicum, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw (Poland)

See more: https://collegium-medicum.uksw.edu.pl/pielegniarstwo

Contactwmcm@uksw.edu.pl


Description

Bachelor studies in nursing are preparing for self-fulfillment of tasks within the professional functions of a nurse. They include: health care services, health care management, health promotion and education, activities as a participant in the health care team, and the development of nursing practice and critical thinking.

The aim of first-cycle studies in nursing is to prepare students to work independently by equipping them with the necessary to this knowledge, skills and competences.

This is done, inter alia, by:

  • a) transfer of professional knowledge,
  • b) enabling practical mastering of methods, means and forms of professional activity.
  • c) developing interests related to the profession and abilities needed to practice.
  • d) shaping attitudes that are socially expected and accepted
  • e) forming awareness of continuous professional development, above all through self-education.

The students learn to be able to organize their own work, establish cooperation in health care teams and initiate and support the activities of the local community for health. The social competences developed during studies allow the student to use knowledge acquired more and more effectively and skills in work, empathic approach in contact with the patient and understanding the need for periodic, lifelong learning and learning all my life.

During the studies in the field of knowledge, the following is transferred:

  • a) detailed knowledge of nursing,
  • b) general knowledge of other medical sciences,
  • c) knowledge of legal regulations, ethical standards and deontology relating to

to practice as a nurse.

In terms of skills, education concerns:

  • a) using up-to-date knowledge to ensure safety and a high level of care,
  • b) providing services in the areas of promotion, health and disease prevention,
  • c) exercising comprehensive and individualized care for a disabled and dying patient,
  • d) independent pursuit of the profession, in accordance with the principles of general and professional ethics and a holistic approach to the patient, taking into account respect
  • and respecting his rights,
  • e) organize own work; establishing cooperation in health care teams and initiate and support activities of the local community for health.

In the field of social competences, the education concerns:

  • a) effective and empathic communication with the patient,
  • b) awareness of factors affecting self and patient reactions,
  • c) awareness of the need for lifelong learning.

 

A particular role in the process of education in the field of nursing is played by practical training, the aims of which are as follows:

  • 1) in the field of knowledge: memorizing and understanding the message by consolidating knowledge of dates, facts, scientific theories through the transmission of information in a different form than is done during theoretical lectures
  • 2) in terms of skills: application of acquired knowledge in practical and problem situations through practical use of knowledge in accordance with given models and by formulating problems, conducting analyzes and syntheses of phenomena and processes, developing an action plan, proposing solutions, planned perception of model activities and implementation of own controlled activities through comparison with the model, accurate execution of practical tasks without observing the formula (restoring the activity) and achieving the intended result, automation of activities, enabling high efficiency with a minimum of time and energy, adapting activities to the situation, planning and organizing activities, working out long-term internal needs focused on action, the ability to harmoniously organize activities and accepted principles.

Nursing education at the undergraduate level is conditioned by the development of nursing as a science, changes in the health care system and a change in social expectations towards the nursing profession. Modern nursing, alongside activities that provide care for a high standard of individual man and family

and the social group, is also focused on: conducting scientific research, developing nursing profession, initiating and supporting activities in the local community for strengthening, preventing and restoring health, and helping to adapt to life with illness and disability.

The condition for completing first-cycle studies in the field of Nursing is passing all exams, obtaining the credits provided in the plan of study and positive passing the practical diploma exam, submitting a thesis and passing the diploma exam including checking knowledge and practical skills acquired throughout the study period, which proves the achievement of the objectives education.

 

Graduate's silhouette

The graduate of nursing will have the skills to use broad knowledge in the field of medical sciences, health sciences and physical culture sciences as well as related disciplines. A bachelor's degree in nursing is obtained by a graduate of first-cycle studies who are prepared to practice as a nurse. Has detailed knowledge of nursing and general knowledge of other medical sciences. Shows knowledge of legal regulations, ethical standards and deontology relating to the practice of a nurse / nurse.

Nursing graduate is able to use current knowledge, to ensure safety and a high level of care, can provide services in the field of promotion, health and disease prevention, provide comprehensive and individualized care for a disabled and dying patient and exercise their own profession, in accordance with the principles of general ethics and professional and holistic approach to the patient, taking into account respect for and respect for his rights.

 

The possibility of employing graduates

A graduate of first-cycle studies in nursing is awarded the professional title of a bachelor of nursing. During studies, he acquires knowledge, skills and social competences that allow him to employ medical entities (in hospitals, basic health care facilities, nursing and care facilities, care and treatment centers, palliative and hospice care centers), in nurseries or in homes social welfare.

 

The possibility of continuing education of graduates

A graduate of the 1st degree studies in the field of Nursing may continue education within:

  • second-cycle studies
  • post-graduate education

 


Rules of qualification

Eligibility rules for candidates (new baccalaureate):

Required item

Currency for level

English - written part

basic p1 = 0.2

or extended p1 = 0.4

one of the subjects to choose from: mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, computer science

- written part

basic p1 = 0.3

or extended p1 = 0.6

The final result of the recruitment procedure (W) is calculated in accordance with the formula:

W = p1W1 + p2W2

where:

W1 - number of points corresponding to the percentage of the result of the matriculation examination in English (written part),

W2 - the number of points corresponding to the percentage of the result of the matriculation examination in the subject of choice (written part),

p1 - a conversion rate for the English language level

p2 - conversion for the level of the subject to be chosen.

 

If the candidate on the matriculation certificate has a score from one subject both on the extended and basic level, the qualification procedure takes into account the result from the level that, after multiplication by the appropriate calculator, gives a higher value.


Eligibility rules for candidates ("old school-leaving examination"):

Required item

Type of exam

Currency for "old matura" **

The exchange rate for the candidate with the "old matura" who passed the subject in the formula of the new baccalaureate at an advanced level ***

English

written part

or the oral part *

P1 = 0,20

P1 = 0,10

 

P1 = 0,40

 

one of the subjects to choose from: mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, computer science

written part

or

final mark *

P2 = 0,30


P2 = 0,15

 

P2 = 0,60

 


* to be selected by the candidate (final mark only included if the candidate did not pass the subject on the secondary school-leaving exam);

** the candidate selects the score himself, which will be included in the conversion of the recruitment result: will the assessment from the "old school-leaving examination" or the score obtained under the "new baccalaureate" be taken into account;

*** conversion rate analogous to the level extended on the "new maturity certificate" is used when the given subject was passed according to the "new matura" formula at the extended level (therefore 0.4 for English, 0.6 for the subject of choice, respectively) .

The final result of the recruitment procedure (W) is calculated in accordance with the formula:

W = p1W1 + p2W+ p3W3

where:

W1 - number of points from the English language matriculation examination (in written or oral part) after conversion according to the table below, or the number of points corresponding to the percentage of the matriculation examination ("new matura") from English (written part) if the candidate passed subject in the "new matura" formula;

W2 - the number of points from the secondary school-leaving examination (optional or written part) or final grade, if the candidate did not take the subject of the secondary school-leaving examination, according to the table below, or the number of points corresponding to the result of the matriculation ("New matura") from the subject of choice (written part), if the candidate passed the subject in the formula of the "new matura";

p1 - a conversion factor for the written part / oral part of English;

p2 - a conversion factor for the written part or final grade from a course to choose.

 

The calculation of the "old matura" scale on the "new matura" scale is based on the table:

 

Rating (scale 1-6)

Points

Rating (scale 2-5)

Points

allowing (2)

30

----------

----------

sufficient (3)

50

sufficient (3)

40

good (4)

70

good (4)

70

very good (5)

90

very good (5)

100

excellent (6)

100

----------

-----------

 

Qualification rules for candidates holding IB (International Baccalaureate) diploma or EB (European Matura) diploma.

The high school graduates who passed the International Baccalaureate and obtained at least 37 points on the IB diploma receive the maximum score.

Secondary school graduates who have passed the European Baccalaureate and obtained a general mark of at least 88 points out of 100 on the EB diploma receive a maximum score.

Admission of candidates with an IB diploma, who will score less than 37 points and candidates with an EB degree, who score less than 88 points, is based on the admission criteria of people with "new matura" and according to the table below, in which it is assumed that :

- for the International Baccalaureate: lower level - standard level, hereinafter referred to as SL, the subject passed by the candidate corresponds to the basic level of the subject passed on the matriculation examination, and the higher level - here referred to as "HL" - the extended level;

- for the European Baccalaureate: the basic level is L2 and L3 (number of hours per week), and the extended level is L4 and L5 and mathematics L5 + 3 (number of hours per week).

secondary school certificate IB

secondary school certificate EB

NEW secondary school certificate

secondary school certificate IB

secondary school certificate EB

NEW secondary school certificate

SL level

Basic level 

Basic level 

HL level

Advanced level

Advanced level

7

9,00-10,00

100%

7

8,00-10,00

100%

6

8,00-8,95

86%

6

7,00-7,95

85%

5

7,00-7,95

72%

5

6,00-6,95

70%

4

6,00-6,95

58%

4

5,00-5,95

55%

3

5,00-5,95

44%

3

4,00-4,95

40%

2

4,00-4,95

30%

2

3,00-3,95

25%

1

1,00-3,95

0

1

1,00-2,95

10%

 

The recruitment result of the candidate joining the International Baccalaureate, who received less than 24 points on the exam during the International Baccalaureate Program, the sentence of which confirms the IB diploma, is 0 points.

Qualification rules for candidates holding foreign-language baccalaureate.

Candidates with foreign baccalaureate are subject to qualification proceedings according to the following rules:

the requirement to translate the foreign baccalaureate grades into the UKSW recruitment result is to have grades for all subjects required in recruitment, i.e. English and a subject of choice (one of mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, computer science).

If the candidate does not have grades in both subjects required for recruitment, he / she will take the entrance examination in English in the form of an interview and a written exam.

The scope of the conversation is determined by the recruitment unit (department). The interview is conducted by the head of the recruitment unit or the chairman of the recruitment commission of the recruitment unit of the examination commission composed of academic teachers composed of at least 3 persons, while the committee may include persons who are not in the recruitment committee. Points for the interview, resulting from the conversion of the grade 2-5 into qualifying points, are calculated according to the following table:

Rating (scale 2-5)

Qualification points

2

0

2,25

10

2,5

20

2,75

30

3

40

3,25

48,75

3,5

57,5

3,75

66,25

4

75

4,25

81,25

4,5

87,5

4,75

93,75

5

100

 

The scope of the written exam is determined by the recruitment unit (faculty). The exam is assessed on the Polish Matura (0-100) scale.

The recruitment result expressed on a scale of 0-100 consists of a score from the interview (multiplier 0.5) and the score from the written test (multiplier 0.5).

Written examination is carried out by an examination board composed of academic teachers, while the committee may include persons who are not in the recruitment committee.

 

The date and place of the entrance examination are specified in the recruitment schedule.

 


The manner of converting grades on foreign language exams on the Polish "new matura" scale:

The counting of the scores from the subjects included in the secondary school-leaving certificate is based on the table:

The scale of assessments applied in Ukraine

The scale of assessments applied in Belarus

The scale of the new secondary school certificate grades

12

10

100

11

9

90

10

8

80

9

7

70

8

6

60

7

5

50

6

4

40

5

3

30

 

 

Matura certificate obtained in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Grade on the matriculation certificate

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new

secondary school certificate"

Scale 1 - 5

Scale 1 – 6

1

1

100

2

2

80

3

3

55

4

4

30

5

5 – 6

0

 

Matura certificate obtained in Lithuania

Level A

Assessment

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new secondary school certificate"

10

100

9

90

8

80

7

70

6

60

5

50

4

40

 

Matura certificate obtained in the USA, Great Britain and Ireland

USA, Great Britain

Ireland

Assessment

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new secondary school certificate"

HL Level Ratings

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new secondary school certificate"

A, A+, A*

100

A1

100

A-

94

A2

94

B+

87

B1

88

B

80

B2

82

B-

75

B3

76

C+

67

C1

70

C

60

C2

64

C-

54

C3

58

D+

46

D1

52

D

40

D2

46

D-

33

D3

40

E

25

 

 

 

Świadectwo maturalne uzyskane w Kazachstanie, Rosji, Szwecji

Rating on the certificate

 

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new secondary school certificate"

Scale 5-2

Scale 5 -1

Letter scale

Since 2010

Since 2011

5

5

MVG

A

100

 

 

 

B

85

4

4

VG

C

70

 

 

 

D

55

3

3

G

E

40

2

2-1

IG

F

0

 

 

Świadectwo maturalne uzyskane we Francji

Assessment

The scale of Polish evaluation

"new secondary school certificate"

20

100

19

94

18

87

17

80

16

74

15

67

14

60

13

54

12

46

11

40

10

33


Discounts in the qualification proceedings

LAUREATES AND FINALISTS:

- Biological Olympiad,

- Chemistry Olympiad,

- Physics Olympiad,

- Ecological Knowledge Olympiad

 

Theses for interview:

1. Chemical compounds that build organisms and acquire and use energy.
2. Cell structure and functioning.
3. Chemical structure of organisms.
4. The structure and functioning of the human body.
5. Metabolism.
6. Health and illness.
7. Determinants of human health.
8. Genetics, biotechnology and genetic engineering.
9. Global and local environmental problems.
10. Basic chemical calculations: methods of expressing the composition of the mixture: molar fractions, concentrations. Conversion of concentrations. Chemical units. Water solubility of inorganic compounds.
11. Properties of chemical elements related to the position in the periodic table.
12. Nomenclature of inorganic and organic compounds.
13. Types of chemical reactions and their characteristics.
14. Properties and reactivity of organic compounds. 

 


Required documents

List of documents submitted by qualified candidates:

• printed application for admission to studies, completed by completing the form available on the personal recruitment account in the IRK system, signed by the candidate;

• secondary school-leaving certificate or a copy of the school-leaving certificate (in the case of secondary school-leaving examination) or by the Regional Examination Board (in the case of the matriculation examination), having the power of the original or a duplicate secondary school-leaving certificate (applies to high school graduates who have lost their certificate) or IB (or EB) or a matriculation certificate obtained abroad - the candidate also provides a photocopy together with the original copy;

• proof of payment for Electronic Student Identity Card (ELS) in the amount of PLN 10 for a special bank account number 58 1090 1014 0000 0001 2344 5842.

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