Application for will open from 1 February to 31 March every year.
Applicants who fulfil all entry requirements and have good recommendation from Chief Nurse / Director of Nursing and Head of Department will be offered direct entry into the programme.
Eligible applicants (non-direct entry) will be requested to attend admission interview.
SNB APN Certification Requirements
SNB will not grant provisional license to MN graduates who do not meet all the requirements
|1 February to 31 March||Application opens|
|First two weeks of April||Collation of application documents||Applicants will be informed if there is any missing document or any additional document required.|
|Second half of April||Selection Panel to review applications|
|First week of May||Applicants will be informed of their application status||Acceptance letter will be issued.
Successful applicants are required to undergo medical screening.
|Eligible applicants will be informed to attend admission interview.|
|Mid May||Admission Interview|
|Within one week from Admission Interview||Release of interview results||Successful applicants will be informed of the admission results.|
|Exceptional cases for admission will be submitted to Board of Graduate Studies (BGS) for approval.|
|End June||Release of final admission results for exceptional cases||Acceptance letter will be issued upon receiving approval from BGS.|
Admission to Master of Nursing is also subject to the following health requirements stipulated by the Ministry of Health. Candidates being offered a placement in the Master of Nursing programme are required to undergo a medical examination which may be done by any registered medical practitioner or at the University Health Centre (UHC). Table 1 shows the proposed screening and vaccination requirements for Master of Nursing students admitted into NUS. These requirements will be according to the latest MOH guidelines.
|Mumps, Measles and Rubella (MMR)||All students should be immune or vaccinated.
Students should produce official records of previous vaccinations as proof of immunity. Self-declaration is not sufficient.
|Varicella (Chickenpox)||All students should be immune or vaccinated.
Students should either be screened for immunity, or produce official records of previous vaccinations as proof of immunity. Self-declaration is not sufficient.
|Pertussis||All students enrolled in Paediatric Track should be vaccinated.|
|Influenza||Students are encouraged to receive the influenza vaccination.|
|Hepatitis B||All students should be screened for hepatitis B carriage or should show documented serological evidence of immunity against hepatitis B (i.e. anti-HBs ≥10 mIU/mL). Students who do not have documented serological evidence of immunity against hepatitis B (i.e. anti-HBs ≥10 mIU/mL) should be vaccinated with the primary course series (i.e. 3 doses of hepatitis B vaccine).
For those who are unable to acquire immunity after vaccinations (i.e. anti-HBs < 10 mIU/mL)), they should be counselled on the risks of infection during the course of their training.#
|All students must be screened for Hepatitis C and HIV.#|
# Students tested positive for Hep B, Hep C and/or HIV should not perform or assist in EPPs. From AY2015 onwards, students should not be rejected from the programme or clinical training based on Hep B, Hep C or HIV infection status alone. The students should, however, be counselled to understand that their employability and areas of practice may be restricted in future.
S$42,600 (inclusive of GST) over 4 semesters (with effect from AY2017/2018 onwards) and is charged on term based (S$10,650 per semester)
Details of the Mandatory Miscellaneous Fees and fees payment guideline can be found here
Online Application S$50.00 (inclusive of GST)