General Nursing bachelor degree programme
Become a healthcare professional and help people at all stages of life to stay fit and healthy, and overcome illness.
Our General Nursing bachelor degree will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need. Take advantage of an opportunity to build a rewarding career: as a graduate of this 3-year programme, you will have everything it takes to play a part in redefining nursing and healthcare.
The degree programme: Bachelor of Science in Health Studies (BSc)
IMC Krems’ General Nursing degree will prepare you for a range of nursing duties. Combining theory and practice, it covers various nursing topics including acute care (care in hospital surgery and internal medicine wards), long-term care (for residents of care facilities), mobile care (for people in their homes) and rehabilitation care.
In addition to these established areas, you will also be equipped to work in emerging fields of practice. At IMC Krems, we are well aware of the growing importance of health promotion and prevention and the many new opportunities it is opening up for our students in both the public and private sectors – in areas such as family and school healthcare, as well as community care.
Besides patient-focused duties, you will also be well prepared for the organisational tasks and community-related responsibilities of your day-to-day work.
Studying such a broad curriculum has a major benefit: you can decide which area of nursing you want to work in after you have completed your degree.
As a graduate of IMC Krems’ General Nursing degree programme you will have the skills required to assume high-grade positions in the Austrian nursing and care sector, and meet the requirements of the Gesundheits- und Krankenpflegegesetz (Austrian Health Care and Nursing Act).
After graduating from the bachelor programme, you can either start working in the profession straight away or continue your studies, for instance with a postgraduate degree in health management or nursing science. Alternatively you could opt for a continuing education course in a specialist area such as intensive care or hospital hygiene. You can also take our Advanced Nursing Practice master degree programme once you have at least two years of professional experience.
Our students have a broad perspective. They know that they will be faced with cultural challenges and language barriers in their work. This is why they practise using English in patient care and support situations on the programme. They can complete professional placements abroad, which is something that we actively encourage.
Programme director Markus Golla
Questions about the degree programme?
Prospective Student Advisory Service
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