How To Apply In A Private School Of Nursing In Nigeria

To succeed in the application for the Private School of Nursing, every applicant are to apply for the program through the stated steps:

  • Log on to the institution website
  • Fill in the applicant “Username” into the provided box
  • Enter the “Password” as well into the provided box
  • Provide applicant’s valid email address into the space given
  • Click on the button with “Register” to have an account with the institution

Note, the registration process will be paused until the payment (online) has paid and confirmed

The Online Payment should be possible through the following steps;

  • Clicking on the button with “Next” on the above page
  • Choosing on the applicant’s preferred payment option
  • Providing all required details; which must be valid
  • Confirm the transaction succession by receiving the payment notification of “Successful” after completion of the online transaction
  • Proceed by vising the website for the continuation of the registration process

Note; every applicant must have a copy of the slip and are thereby necessitate to make a print out of the slip after completion of the registration

Other available programs further classified under the Nursing course are;

  1. Basic General Nursing Program
  2. Basic Midwifery Training Program, and
  3. The Generic Nursing Program.


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Admission Requirements 

In spite of the fact that SOME of the Private School of Nursing in Nigeria don’t compulsory the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination for their applicants, still, they have their entry requirements that must be met by applicants before being eligible for the program. The Private School of Nursing in Nigeria entry requirements that must be met before proceeding for the program application are listed below:

  1. All applicants must at least be of 18 years of age and at most 35 years of age
  2. Minimum of five (5) credit passes from all applicants in the O’level result
  3. A Compulsory credit passes in subjects such as Biology,  Mathematics, English Language, Physics, and Chemistry from the approved certificate
  4. All the prospective applicants are to have either of the approved program O’level result certificates which are the WAEC, NECO or GCE certificates

Note, The Private School of Nursing in Nigeria don’t accept the NABTEB certificate as part of the O’level result certificate

  1. For candidates who intending to combine O’level result, all combined results should not exceed two (2) sittings



Below Are The Available The List Of Private School of Nursing in Nigeria

  1. School of Nursing Afe Babalola University
  2. School of Nursing Igbinedion University
  3. School of Nursing, Ogbomoso also called SONO
  4. School of Nursing, Babcock University
  5. School of Nursing Madonna University
  6. School of Nursing Joint Hospital
  7. ECWA School of Nursing, Egbe
  8. Mater School of Nursing Abakaliki


Some of the Private School of Nursing in Nigeria offers their program for 3 years, while some are for 4 years.

The above-listed institution has been accredited for its programs by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.

School of Nursing is also a higher education institution that has been opened for all candidates (male and female) who wished to be a Nurse.


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