I applied to MBRU last year but wasn’t offered a position. Can I re-apply?
Yes, we will consider a new application as if it was the first.
Does the University provide accommodation?
MBRU does not provide direct accommodation to students. However, we have negotiated on behalf of the students with several private providers. Complete information can be found here
Why study MSc in Nursing at MBRU?
Nursing is essentially about meeting the needs of patients and their families and education programs for nurses fosters the continued development of critical thinking skills to enable the registered nurse to respond to the health care requirements of patients and their families. Postgraduate programs of study for nurses are designed to enable registered nurses to build on their existing knowledge and nurture the skills necessary to potentially move towards a specialist clinical nursing role and provide individual options as their nursing career continues to develop. The College of Nursing and Midwifery, MBRU has a unique partnership with Queen’s University of Belfast and the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. The College of Nursing and Midwifery MBRU have formed a unique international academic, scholarly and clinical relationship that underpins our two MSc programs. The MSc Cardiovascular and Pediatric nursing include specialist and core courses/modules that are delivered for our students by esteemed academics from the two universities; and to support the internationalization of these two programs prospective students will have the opportunity to undertake a twelve week period of clinical nursing practice in the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and provide nursing care supervised by a specialist nurse.
What are the programs offered at College of Nursing & Midwifery?
We offer 2 postgraduate programs:
Master of Science in Pediatric Nursing
Master of Science in Cardiovascular Nursing
How long is the duration of MSc in Nursing program?
The duration of the full-time track is one year, and the part time track is two years.
How can I apply to the master in Nursing program?
Application to the Master programs can only be submitted through our online application portal. Application to the program will open on December 2nd, 2019 and will close on April 1st, 2020. Late applications received after the deadline may be considered.
For your application to be complete, you will need to submit the online application here, upload all supporting documents, and pay the non-refundable application fee of AED 1,050 – including VAT.
What are the admission requirements for master in Nursing?
The minimum admissions requirements for Master of Science in Cardiovascular Nursing are outlined online here
The minimum admissions requirements for Master of Science in Pediatric Nursing are outlined online here
What documents do I need to upload as part of my master in Nursing application?
As part of your application, you will need to upload clear color copies of your personal and academic documents in a PDF format. A list of required documents is available here
What happens after I submit my MSc in Nursing application?
Please note that for your application to be considered, you have to complete the online application, upload the required documents, and pay the application fee. An experienced panel of MBRU faculty and staff will then review completed applications and will shortlist qualified candidates. Shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Selection will be based on the applicant’s academic and professional credentials as well as performance in the interview. Selected applicants will be sent conditional offers to the email address provided in the application.
What does the Admissions Committee evaluate for College of Nursing & Midwifery when making the admission decisions?
Undergraduate studies performance, letters of recommendation, previous academic and professional experience are the main criteria for evaluation
How much is the tuition fees for the MSc in Nursing?
The tuition fee is AED. 140,000.00 per program. The tuition fee is payable in three installments (by the beginning of each semester) either by cheque or bank transfer.
How can I get feedback on the status of my master in Nursing application?
You can view the current status of your application by logging into your account. Alternatively, if you have any further questions, you can contact the admission team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org