Wisconsin University gets approval from Midwifery Council of Nigeria


The Wisconsin International University College, Ghana has been accredited, approved and recognized by the National Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria in the pursuit of its nursing programme.

With the approval, students who study Nursing at the Wisconsin International University College can practice nursing, not only in Nigeria but also internationally.

The approval came after some Nigerian students who entered the Wisconsin International University College about four years ago, some with their NECO certificates, studied nursing and performed well during their National Nursing Examination back in Nigeria.

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Aside from their marvelous performance in the examination, the students who graduated and went back to Nigeria are also doing very well at their various hospitals.

As a result of their achievement, the Nigeria Nursing and Midwifery Council therefore approved, recognized, accepted and is ready to work with the Wisconsin University Nursing programme in Ghana.

The Management of the school has therefore thanked God, the National Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and the Leadership of the Nursing Programme at the Wisconsin International University College for this feat.

It also thanked the Cape Coast University and Ghana Nursing and Midwifery Council for admitting students from Nigeria with NECO certificates to study in Ghana.

The WIUC was founded in 1998 with full accreditation in 2000 by the National Accreditation Board (NAB). It was the first private university to run an MBA programme in Ghana with nine (9) International MBA students.

A suburban top-class university within the educational enclave, with modern infrastructure, serene and conducive environment for living, learning, playing and networking.

Wisconsin offers an educational experience that produces enterprising graduates, a multicultural and diverse environment with students spanning over 40 nationalities.

The School currently has two campuses, one at North Legon (Main Campus, Greater Accra Region) and one at Feyiase (Kumasi Campus, Ashanti Region).

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com | Porcia Oforiwaa Ofori


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