nursing schools ghana
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kwadaso (Kwadaso Nurses Training College) – Kumasi
Kwadaso Nurses Training School is located in Kumasi. It was founded by the African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1948 and is one of the largest nursing training schools in Ghana. The school has a student capacity of 600 and offers a 3 year diploma program in General Nursing, leading to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMCG).
School of Nursing, Ankaful (Ankaful Nurses Training School) – Central Region
The School of Nursing, Ankaful (Ankaful Nurses Training School) is located at Ankaful in the Central Region. It has a capacity of 200 students and it is second on our list according to the ranking. The school offers midwifery and psychiatric nursing for the basic programme and it has a good reputation with a high pass rate.
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Ho (Ho Nurses Training College) – Volta Region
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School of Nursing and Midwifery, Kintampo (Kintampo Nurses Training College) – Brong Ahafo Region
Kintampo Nurses Training College is a public institution.
They offer the following certificate and degree programs:
- Diploma in General Nursing (DGN)
- Certificate in Midwifery (CMW)
For more info about these programs, contact the school at 0242-240040.
Hostel Information: There are dorms for male and female students.
School of Nursing, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (Korle-Bu Nurses Training School) – Greater Accra Region
Location: Greater Accra Region
Student population: Unknown
Faculty size: Unknown
Staff total: Unknown
Departments/Programs Offered/Areas of Focus:
Undergraduate Programs – None Listed
Post-Graduate Programs – None Listed
Graduate Programs – None Listed
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pantang (Pantang Nurses Training College) – Ga-East Municipal District
Students interested in admission to the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pantang (Pantang Nurses Training College) – Ga-East Municipal District will find information about programs offered, admission requirements and more here.
The hospital provides training for Registered General Nurses (RGN), Registered Community Nurses (RCN), Registered Mental Nurses (RMN) and Registered Midwives.
Admissions are conducted through the Nursing Training Admission System. Applicants must: have completed WASSCE/SSSCE with passes in three core subjects, including English Language and three elective subjects or passes in five GCE O’Level subjects including English Language; be at least 17 years old by September of the year of application; not be a product of government schools where tuition fees are paid on his/her behalf by government; submit completed forms before the deadline.
School of Nursing and Midwifery, St. Joseph’s Convent (St. Joseph’s Convent Nurses Training College)- Hohoe Volta Region
If you want to be a nurse in Ghana, then one of the schools that you can attend is St. Joseph’s Convent Nurses Training College. It is located in Hohoe in the Volta Region. This school has been training female students for more than 30 years and is accredited by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana, so any certificate or diploma that you get from here will be recognized throughout Ghana and internationally as well.
There are around 100 students at this school, which means that it has a very favorable teacher-to-student ratio, which means that you’ll have a lot of opportunities to interact with your teachers and ask them questions about nursing. They have three programs: an entry-level certificate program, a diploma program for those who already have an entry-level certificate, and a post-basic program for nurses who already have their RN licensure to become midwives or community health nurses.
Be sure to check out the description and see if these schools are good for you.
Before you decide to take the plunge, be sure to check out the description of each of these top schools in Ghana and see if they’re a good fit for you. Here are a few things you should check out:
- Curriculum – The curriculum should be up-to-date and reflect the current trends in healthcare.
- Facilities – The facilities should be great, with state-of-the art equipment. They also need to have great libraries, internet connectivity, etc.
- Faculty – The faculty needs to be experienced and well qualified. They also need to have a certain level of ‘connectivity’ within the industry so that they can help students get jobs or internships.
- Student Satisfaction Rate – This is very important. Look at reviews by other students who studied there before, and gauge their satisfaction with the college experience.
- Overall Success Rate – Check out how many students actually passed their exams and graduated from this school over the past 5 years or so.