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    [Translate to English:] Jetzt bewerben: 3 neue Gesundheitsstudiengänge an der ASH Berlin

“Nursing”, “Interprofessional Health Care – online” and “Management and Care in the health sector”: Three new health care courses will start in the winter semester 2020/21 at the Alice Salomon Hochschule Berlin (ASH Berlin). Applications for two programs are open now - for “Interprofessional Health Care” from July 1, 2020.

Brain City Berlin is not only one of the leading locations for health care and life sciences worldwide, but also one of the most innovative. A current example: From the winter semester 2020/21, three new Bachelor’s degree programs in health care will be launched at the ASH Berlin. Objectives of the new courses: They are intended to help professionalise healthcare professionals. Why this is so important in the increasingly complex healthcare system is explained by Professor Dr. Gudrun Piechotta-Henze, Brain City Ambassador and Professor of Nursing Science at the ASH Berlin in a Brain City interview: “Our graduates enter the job market with a highly developed set of skills. For example, international studies prove that nurses with an academic background are more likely to understand the situation when emergencies or complications arise and react in a comprehensive manner.”

1. Primary qualifying Bachelor‘s degree in nursing 

The course prepares students for future requirements in health and nursing care. Previous training or experience in the care sector is not required. After seven semesters, graduates can obtain two different degrees: the Bachelor of Science and the state recognition as a nursing professional.

Target group: High school graduates who are aiming for a career in the care sector; trained nursing staff who would like to continue their education while working.

Application: 01 June to 15 July 2020

2. Interprofessional Healthcare - online (IGo)

The part-time, online-based course is aimed at people with professional experience in nursing and therapy. Within six semesters, students learn to think and act across occupations in the field of health care. Working while studying is expressly desired, but not a requirement.

Target group: Nursing staff (health and nursing, health and paediatric nursing, geriatric nursing); therapists (physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists) with university entrance qualifications who have successfully completed three years of training and have already had at least one year of professional experience (full-time employment, correspondingly longer for part-time employment); nurses and therapists without a general qualification for university entrance, but at least three years of professional experience.

Application: 01 July to 20 August 2020

3. Management and Care in the health sector

This Bachelor’s program is aimed at experienced professionals in the health care sector who wish to further their education. In six semesters of regular study time, it prepares students for management tasks in health and nursing care. They also learn to reflect on their previous professional activities.

Target group: Experienced professionals with completed training as health and (paediatric) nurses, geriatric nurses, midwives/maternity nurses, social care workers, physiotherapists/occupational therapists, speech therapists, operation technical assistants, emergency paramedics or medical specialist. 

Application: 01 June to 15 July 2020


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