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Deakin University Nursing Degree made easy at IIHS

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image_1489638144-82b5c38223If you have completed your Advanced Levels and wish to pursue a globally demanded career with great financial benefits enrol now in the Advanced Diploma in General Nursing program offered at International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS). Very few private institutes to offer unique international pathways to courses in Nursing and IIHS currently soars in the Sri Lankan and South Asian education sectors as a premium health care training institute.

The Advanced Diploma in General Nursing offered by IIHS provides a pathway to a Bachelor of Nursing degree where the student is provided the option of completing the course at Deakin University Australia. Whilst Deakin University is one of the leading universities in the southern hemisphere it also attracts students from diverse nationalities. With its campuses located at Burwood, Warnambool and Geelong, Deakin University is a top-rated university with world-class graduates. It is among the top 2% of the universities worldwide and on the top 50 young universities in the world. Deakin University is also home to the most satisfied students in the Australian state of Victoria. IIHS has a 15 year old solid academic relationship with Deakin University and offers students a 3 + 1 pathway via IIHS, where student complete a three year Advanced Diploma in General Nursing program at IIHS and completes one year at Deakin University where the student will obtain a Bachelor of Nursing Degree. Additionally, Deakin University offers a very generous 20% scholarship to IIHS students and also a 50% scholarship for the student who is nominated as the ‘Most Outstanding Student of IIHS’. Registrations now open for the September intake. Speak to Nadeeka on 0768231827/0114651144 for further information.


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