Free State School of Nursing Application 2020

Free State School of Nursing Application 2020, Your admission to Free State School of Nursing (FSSON) is dependent on you meeting the specific general admission requirements for your chosen qualification.

If you don’t meet these requirements, you may want to consider alternative qualifications or possibly, if you qualify, an extended programme (refer to the college admission requirements), enabling you to register for limited modules in your first year.

The School functions from the Idalia Loots Building and Benedictus Kok Building (Nursing Education Facility) on the Bloemfontein campus of the University of the Free State. On the campus map Idalia Loots is marked as 17a and Benedictus Kok as 42a.

 The Idalia Loots Building (left) comprises the offices of the management, lecturers, administration and Academy for Continuous Nursing Development.

The Benedictus Kok Building (bottom) consists of lecture rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6, the SPACE, Authentic Learning Spaces for Simulation, skills laboratories, clinical placements and administration.
Contact: Mrs (CB) Carien Beckmann
T: +27 51 401 2246
E: nursingfhs@ufs.ac.za
Postal Address:
University of the Free State
School of Nursing (99) 
PO Box 339
Bloemfontein 
Park West
9300
Free State 
South Africa
Physical Address:
University of the Free State
School of Nursing
205 Nelson Mandela Drive
Park West
Idalia Loots Building
South Africa

Here are the Free State School of Nursing (FSSON) Admission Requirements:

The Free State School of Nursing (FSSON) is divided into 3 campuses, which are located in Bloemfontein, Qwa-Qwa and Welkom.

The Free State School of Nursing (FSSON) offers the following courses:

Pre Registration Programmes
·   4 Year Course leading to registration as a Nurse (General, Psychiatric and Community) and Midwife
·   2 Year Course leading to registration as a General Nurse (Bridging Course)

Post Registration Programme
·   1 Year Midwifery

Post Basic Clinical Programme
·   1 Year Diploma in Medical Surgical Nursing with specialization in Critical Care [General]

ACCESS CRITERIA

4-Year Course leading to registration as a Nurse (General, Psychiatric and Community) and Midwife

Matriculation or Senior Certificate before 2008
·   Grade 12/Senior Certificate or equivalent
·   2 Higher Grade Subjects (English must be on higher grade)
·   English score: D or better
·   M Score of 24 or higher
·   A Science subject

Senior Certificate of 2008 and thereafter
·   Grade 12 or Senior Certificate
·   English above 50%
·   APS of 24 [excluding life orientation]
·   A Science subject

2-Year Course leading to registration as a General Nurse (Bridging Course)
·   Grade 12/ Senior Certificate
·   Enrolled with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as an Enrolled Nurse

·   Study Leave from employer

1-Year Midwifery Programme

·   Appropriate Qualification in Nursing (Diploma/Degree)
·   Registered with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse
·   Study Leave from employer

1-Year Diploma in Medical and Surgical Nursing Science with specialization in Critical Care [General]
·   Appropriate Qualification in Nursing (Diploma/Degree)
·   Registered with the South African Nursing Council (SANC) as a Professional Nurse
·   Study Leave from employer

CONTACT PERSON:

Bloemfontein  –  Dean: Ms SR van Niekerk
       Tel: 051–4039831

Qwa-Qwa    –  Ms MSA Maja
       Tel: 058–7183266