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Ireland lately implemented a law, which mandates all students attending university education to apply for government loans to allow them achieve their higher academic dreams. First official language is Irish, also known as Irish Gaelic, but English (the second official language) is more widely used. The national capital is Dublin. Ireland is famous for celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day (17 March) all over the world.

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Medical Degree Programme 5+0 in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland RCSI

Perdana University
Campus Full time 5 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin

PU-RCSI School of Medicine runs a five year undergraduate medical programme. The curriculum is divided into three cycles; Junior Cycle (JC), Intermediate Cycle (IC) and Senior Cycle (SC). [+]

Best Bachelors in Ireland 2017. Medical Degree Programme 5+0 in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland AWARD TITLE Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of the Art of Obstetrics (MB BCh BAO) of the National University of Ireland Licentiate LRCP & SCI of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Curriculum Structure PU-RCSI School of Medicine runs a five year undergraduate medical programme. The curriculum is divided into three cycles; Junior Cycle (JC), Intermediate Cycle (IC) and Senior Cycle (SC). The RCSI Medical Graduate Profile (MGP) is a list of the ‘exit’ outcomes that represents a shared understanding of knowledge, attitudes and skills that PU-RCSI medical graduates will possess on exit from the undergraduate medical program. These outcomes are grouped into five ‘level 1 ‘themes’ which are ‘inter-woven’ throughout the course. These themes are: Each of these themes is broken down into a number of level 2 outcomes which are in turn further broken down into a number of level 3 outcomes. Each level 3 outcome links to one or more module outcomes (level 4) in the taught curriculum which in turn link to multiple activity outcomes (level 5). Current Malaysian Government Teaching Hospitals for Perdana University include: Hospital Kuala Lumpur Hospital Tuanku Ja’afar, Seremban Hospital Putrajaya [-]

Licentiate in Traditional Chinese Medicine (Bachelor's degree)

Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Campus Part time 3 years October 2017 Ireland Dublin

If you want to be a "Superior Practitioner" of Acupuncture TCM, able to use Acupuncture not only to alleviate, or even cure, current diseases but also to help a client to be better equipped to prevent future illness from occuring, then the Lic.TCM is the course for you. If you wish to become a specialist in Acupuncture TCM able to assist healthy clients to remain that way, and even enhance their own... [+]

Licentiate in Traditional Chinese Medicine If you want to be a "Superior Practitioner" of Acupuncture TCM, able to use Acupuncture not only to alleviate, or even cure, current diseases but also to help a client to be better equipped to prevent future illness from occuring, then the Lic.TCM is the course for you. If you wish to become a specialist in Acupuncture TCM able to assist healthy clients to remain that way, and even enhance their own health, then this comprehensive training programme (which provides more than just "Acupuncture" Training, being based on classical Chinese Medicine) enables the practitioner to use a full range of TCM diagnostic and therapeutic tools to achieve these ends. Although the course is part time it is demanding, as it aspires to turn out fully competent and qualified, confident and professional practitioners in a relatively short time. It is, however, offered in a way which enables it to be accessible to people who are currently working full time in another career or in the home. (Go to the Admissions page for more information about the type of people who study with us.) It is an intensive part-time course which runs for three years. There are twelve main teaching weekends for each of the first two years. Teaching sessions in the first two years are approximately monthly, in the third, Clinical year, fortnightly. Unlike other institutes, the ICTCM ensures that all teaching sessions are held only on Saturdays and Sundays. All technical TCM terminology is taught in Chinese Pinyin. Summary 3 years Part-time Weekends only (Saturday and Sunday). 12 main teaching weekends in each of the first two years. Held in Dublin. There is home study, assignments, open-learning modules, point location and clinical workshops. The qualification is recognised by the PRTCM, the first professional body representing and regulating the practice of Acupuncture TCM in Ireland. It is specifically designed for adults wishing to change career. Graduates are qualified to take up professional practice of Acupuncture TCM in Ireland or the UK. Graduates can join the Professional body, the PRTCM, whose members are recognised by VHI, and the other main Health Insurance providers in Ireland. The Lic.TCM is regarded by Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine as equivalent to a B.Sc degree for direct entry to the recently-established 2 year part time Master of Chinese Medicine degree. This is the 33rd year we have been running this course. We have had successful graduates every year since we began. Syllabus History and Classical sources of Chinese Medicine Philosophical foundations of Chinese Medicine Yin Yang theory Wu Xing theory (Five Phase theory) The Five Vital Substances Anatomy and physiology of TCM Ba Gang theory (the Eight Principles) Zang Fu theory Jingluo theory Location of Acupuncture points - theory and practice Causes of disharmony and Disease Methods of treatment Principles of therapeutics Acupuncture Moxibustion Dietary therapy Other TCM treatment methods such as cupping Differentiation of Patterns of Disharmony Diagnostic method - the four Examinations Pulse diagnosis Tongue diagnosis Principles and priorities of Treatment Classification and action of Points Acupuncture Point selection Needling technique Treatment techniques Patient management Interpersonal and Communication Skills Clinical Management The treatment of common diseases - Aetiology and Pathology of Disease The treatment of common diseases - with reference to Western pathology and Disease differentiation including infectious diseases, pain management, respiratory diseases, Headache, Rheumatism and Arthritis, Digestive diseases, cardio-vascular disorders, skin disease, back pain, emotional and mental disorders, childhood disorders, gynaecological disorders, infertility, urogenital disorders, eating and dietary irregularities, congenital and acquired deficiencies. Introduction to Western Pharmacology - drug side effects and withdrawal Clinical techniques and procedures - including sterile procedures. Clinical Management The procedures and ethics of referral Professional Ethics and Codes of practice Consultation and liaison procedures. The course is taught in English by staff who have experience as Acupuncture TCM practitioners in Ireland and other parts of Europe. All technical TCM terminology is taught in Chinese Pinyin. Who can apply Applicants must be at least 21 years old, there is no upper age. No specific formal academic qualifications are required although all applicants will need to be able to satisfy the College that they are capable of following an intensive and challenging course of study and Clinical practice. The College specialises in turning out fully-rounded professional practitioners, not mere theoreticians. Applicants who already have significant commitments in terms of work or family will need to be able to show that they have the resources and support to sustain them through the course. [-]

Bachelor of Nursing (International) Top-Up 1 yr Degree

St. Angela's College Sligo, a College of the National University of Ireland, Galway
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Ireland Sligo

This degree programme is aimed at preparing internationally recognised diploma nurses to work globally. The programme ensures that students attain the professional competence and academic credit to work in a variety of clinical settings around the world. [+]

Best Bachelors in Ireland 2017. This is an innovative top-up Bachelor of Nursing (BN) (International) programme aimed at preparing nurses to work globally; delivered in a unique environment in the North West of Ireland, St. Angela's College, a College of the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway). The degree programme is designed to ensure that students attain the professional competence and academic credit to work in a variety of clinical settings around the world. All students are allocated an academic advisor to support their educational development in addition to, a designated International Student Tutor (IST) to facilitate language, cultural, social and personal support. Module/Subject Titles: (Total: 90 ECTS) Patient Safety in the Healthcare Setting (15 ECTS) International Nursing Practice (15 ECTS) Evidence Based Practice 1 (10 ECTS) Evidence Based Practice 2 (15 ECTS) Empowerment & the Nurse-Client Relationship (10 ECTS) Leadership & Management for Effective Healthcare Delivery (10 ECTS) Contemporary Nursing Issues (15 ECTS) What are the advantages of completing the BN (International) at St. Angela's College? Attaining an Internationally recognised University Degree from the National University of Ireland, Galway Exciting & Innovative modules aimed at increasing: Opportunity to practice within our simulated clinical skills laboratories Communication Strategies On-Line Drug Calculations Small Groups with Academic Support Variety of teaching and learning strategies to facilitate student education Support with developing curriculum vitaes and seeking job opportunities Class days timetabled to facilitate work hours - students can work 20 hours per week during term time & 40 hours per week during academic holidays What you need to apply? - International applicants must have an international recognised Diploma in Nursing - International students will require a degree of fluency in the English language. An overall minimum score of 6.0 in the Academic IELTS Exam (http://www.ielts.org/ for information on IELTS tests) is required for initial admission. Students with 6.0 must attend compulsary English language classes on campus to attain IELTS 6.5 within 3 months of programme commencement. Students with entry level of 6.5 onto the programme do not require language classes - International applicants must be registered nurses in country of origin - Completed application form which includes a personal statement of no more than 300 words which explains how this programme will help them achieve their future academic/vocational objectives Selection Process: Completed application form which includes a personal statement Meets minimum requirements Recognised Diploma in Nursing Registered nurse in country of origin Original academic documentation & experiential records to support application Scholarships up to €2000 available based on academic achievements, English Language Score & Experience [-]