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Bachelor's degree in Nursing

Bachelor's degree in Nursing

Academic year 2019-2020

The programme aims to equip students with the skills for health management, enable them to develop critical and reflective thinking, and independent learning and problem solving skills, apply scientific, humanistic and ethical principles, and offer them the experience of a multidisciplinary team and cross-sector work perspective, with the aim of training professionals capable of providing the right nursing care to respond to the demands of today's society.

General information

General data

Name of the course:
Bachelor's degree in Nursing
Branch of knowledge:
Health Sciences
Duration:
4 years
European credits:
240
Qualification(s) it leads to:

Degree in Nursing from the University of Girona

Teaching institution:
Faculty of Nursing
Indicative number of places:
130
Last admission mark:
Marks required for the June 2019 call for applications
Approx. price for the first year:
2,513 euros. See Information on prices
Language requirements:
To obtain the certificate students must prove they have B2 level or equivalent in English, German, French or Italian (general requirement of bachelor's degree studies)
Other information:
Follow-up indicators / AQU Indicators

It's useful to know

The teaching we offer is based on different methodologies, which include problem-based learning, practical laboratory work with patient simulators of varying degrees of complexity, objective assessment of clinical competence in nursing care and clinical practice throughout the degree.

We are committed to internationalization; this means that you will have the opportunity to take part in different international and national mobility programmes.

Competences

In the field of nursing, having the capacity to provide technical and professional health care that meets the health needs of the people you attend to, in accordance with the level of development of your scientific knowledge at any given time and with the quality and safety levels established in any applicable legislation and deontological regulations currently in force.

Access

Access requirements

  • Upper secondary school education. Access: university entrance examinations (PAU), general phase. Admission: weighting of the subjects examined in the PAU, linked to the branch of knowledge of Health Sciences.
  • Higher level vocational training cycles (CFGS). Access: all CFGS. Admission: weighting of the subjects examined in the specific phase of the PAU linked to the branch of knowledge of Health Sciences.
  • Over 25s. Must pass the preferential option of the entrance exam: Health Sciences.
  • Over 40s. Appraisal of any professional experience related to the bachelor's degree the applicant wishes to study for and suitability for the course, as demonstrated at interview.
  • Over 45s. Must pass entrance exam and demonstrate suitability at interview.
  • Other special types of access recognized under current regulations.

Another information on access

Careers

  • Working as a nurse, in:
    • Hospitals
    • Primary health care centres
    • Geriatric and public healthcare centres
    • Mental health centres
    • Teaching institutions (professional and university education)
    • Medical emergency services
    • Business medicine
    • Community health
  • Practising as self-employed professional. Specialization in particular areas through access to nursing specialisms.

Continue studying

Once the Bachelor's degree in Nursing is completed, you can take the Official University Master's Degree in Health Promotion offered by the University of Girona in this Faculty.

TheUniversity Master's Degree in Health PromotionCarries 60 ECTS credits. It is a postgraduate course that offers training in health promotion and research. It provides strategies for incorporating health promotion into different areas of the health system and for designing and implementing research projects in this field. This Master provides access to doctoral studies.

Subjects

Curriculum Subjects offered for 2019-2020

Basic health sciences 19.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Anatomofisiologia   Anatomofisiología   Anatomy and physiology (3106G01001) BBasic 9.00 AAnnual YES
Basic health sciences 215.00 credits
Basic health sciences 36.00 credits
Basic sciences6.00 credits
Nursing sciences 118.00 credits
Practicum 1 and 26.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Tècniques i procediments. Pràcticum 1   Técnicas y procedimientos. Prácticum 1   Nursing technical and nursing procedure. Practicum 1 (3106G01021) OBCompulsory 6.00 AAnnual YES
Basic health sciences 16.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Fisiopatologia   Fisiopatologia   Pathophysiology (3106G01002) BBasic 6.00 AAnnual YES
Basic health sciences 36.00 credits
Basic sciences12.00 credits
Nursing sciences 221.00 credits
Techniques and procedures4.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Tècniques i procediments 2   Técnicas y procedimientos 2   Nursing technical and nursing procedure 2 (3106G01028) OBCompulsory 4.00 AAnnual YES
Practicum 1 and 211.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Pràcticum 2   Prácticum 2   Practicum 2 (3106G01022) OBCompulsory 11.00 AAnnual YES
Nursing sciences 315.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Infermeria comunitària II   Enfermería comunitària II   Community nursing II (3106G01015) OBCompulsory 6.00 AAnnual YES
Gestió en infermeria   Gestión en enfermería   Nursing management (3106G01016) OBCompulsory 5.00 SSemester long YES
Atenció d'infermeria en salut mental   Atención de enfermería en salud mental   Mental health nursing care (3106G01017) OBCompulsory 4.00 AAnnual YES
Nursing sciences 421.00 credits
Techniques and procedures4.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Tècniques i procediments 3   Técnicas y procedimientos 3   Nursing technical and nursing procedure 3 (3106G01029) OBCompulsory 4.00 AAnnual YES
Practicum 319.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Pràcticum 3   Prácticum 3   Practicum 3 (3106G01023) OBCompulsory 19.00 AAnnual YES
Practicum 419.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Pràcticum 4   Prácticum 4   Practicum 4 (3106G01024) OBCompulsory 19.00 SSemester long YES
Practicum 524.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Pràcticum 5   Prácticum 5   Practicum 5 (3106G01025) OBCompulsory 24.00 SSemester long YES
Bachelor's thesis12.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020
Treball de fi de grau   Trabajo de fin de grado   Work of the end of degree (3106G01026) OBCompulsory 12.00 AAnnual YES
Credits of academic recognition6.00 credits
Name of subject Type Credits Duration Offer for 2019-2020

It is necessary to pass 1 of the following modules

* Level B2 - German
* Level B2 - English
* Level B2 - French
* Level B2 - Italian
* Level C1 - German
* Level C1 - English
* Level C1 - French
* Level C1 - Italian
* Level C2 - German
* Level C2 - English
* Level C2 - French
* Level C2 - Italian
* Level C1.1 - English
* Level C1.1 - French
* Level C1.1 - German

Practical work experience

Within the framework of their studies, students have to acquire a series of credits that correspond to practical work experience placements , in companies or institutions related with the degree that they are studying. The teaching load is determined in accordance with the curriculum.

Bachelor's thesis

To obtain the degree, students have to complete a bachelor's thesis (TFG) which serves to assess the general skills they have acquired over the course of the degree programme and offers a summary of the skills and knowledge they have acquired. The teaching load of the thesis depends on the curriculum of the degree.

Mobility

Students can complete part of their degree programme abroad through the Erasmus programme, which enables them to carry on their studies whilst undertaking an international exchange with academic value in a European university.

They also have access to grants for placements at Spanish universities and those on other continents, thanks to bilateral agreements, the SICUE programme and the expansion of the Erasmus+ Programme.

Enrolment

Enrolment in the first year

1

View the place allocation results on the University Access Portal

Find out about your options based on the allocation round your place was assigned in (June or September).

2

View the Enrolment fees, and see the Guide to online enrolment to learn about the electronic enrolment system at the UdG.

Check the enrolment dates and times and prepare the documentation you will need to submit, depending on each case.

3

Go to your teaching centre on the day and at the time assigned to you, complete the enrolment form and complete the assisted online enrolment.

The teaching centre will give you instructions on how to get your student identification card.

Reception information sessions
First option students
16 July, at 9 am, in the Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Nursing
Second and subsequent option students
26 July, at 9 am, in the Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Nursing
Enrolment dates
First preference
16, 17 and 18 July from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
On appeal in the first round of allocation and by definitive allocation
18 July from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
Of second round of allocation (in any preference)
26 July from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
For appeals in the second round of allocation and of first reallocation
5 September from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
Second reallocation in June
16 September from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
Third reallocation in June
20 September from 9 am to 1.30 pm in the Academic Secretary's Office
Start of classes
Start date
12 September 2019
Contact details of the academic secretary's office
Telephone
972 41 96 16
Email
secacad.areasalut@udg.edu

1. ID:

Nationality Documents
Students from EU countries, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Andorra Certified copy of valid ID
Non-EU foreign students TIE (foreign-national ID) preferably, or passport where TIE is not available.

2. Proof of receipt of allowances or exemptions, under section 1.1.3 of the Enrolment Regulations.

3. Documents accrediting access to the university:

Type of access Documents

Pre-enrolled university students from:
a) PAU and the like
b) CFGS or FP-2 or MP-3 and the like
c) University degree from the UdG
d) Entrance exams for people over the age of 25, 40 or 45

The University does not require any document to be produced, as such information is accredited by the University's Admissions Office. Students who have sat the university entrance exams (PAU) are advised to download their accreditation documents from the university’s Access Portal in the same year they passed their exams, as they will stop being accessible on 31 December.

Pre-enrolled university students with a university degree not obtained from the UdG Original and photocopy or certified copy of the degree or its provisional certificate 
Pre-enrolled university students with transferred academic records (students enrolled at other university centres) Academic certificate featuring courses and qualifications and confirming payment of transfer fees
Students with access from record transfers The University does not require students to present any documents, as they will have had to produce them beforehand during the transfer-call period

4. An enrolment-application form, where appropriate (provided by the teaching institution)

5. Only where a student is not the holder of the bank account paying for their enrolment, a communication/change of bank data form (available on the Forms page) and a photocopy of the bank account holder’s ID.

The documentation must be submitted either when you enrol or before the 19 November at the Academic Secretary’s Office of the teaching centre (except for the large-family card in the event of renewal, which must be presented before 31 December).

Online enrolment

Online enrolment is the University of Girona's electronic enrolment system where enrolment is carried out via the internet, and is available for most study programmes.