The Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region website also provides a space for applicants to apply for admission. All applicants may also check the progress of their applications by following the easy instructions provided below.
The management in charge of admission in Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region has released the names of successfully admitted students whose admission has been offered, therefore they ought applicants to check their application status.
Applicants who meet the requirements for admission will receive final feedback from the Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region on whether they were able to be offered a space for semester 1 of the 2023 academic year after applications have been received and processed by the semester 1 closing date.
If you have not yet heard from Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region , don’t worry, the majority of candidates are in the same boat as you, having received no communication from Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region .
Again, there could be an issue with your application process if your contact information provided to Unisa is incorrect, particularly your phone number and email address.
How to Monitor the Status of Nursing School Applications at Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region for 2023
Go to the Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region status checker portal – https://www.sanc.co.za
Select and Enter your ID Number/Passport number
Click Sign In by clicking SUBMIT button
Then click the “Login” button to access your admission status
You must have registered as an online user and/or received your login information from Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region in order to access Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region . You must use your student number and password to log in if you have previously been given them. Please log in with the credentials listed in the Registration to Online Admissions email you receive after registering as an online user if you have not yet been assigned a student number.
What requirements are needed to become a nurse?
There are several steps one must take to become a registered nurse in South Africa:
1) Apply and enroll at a credited nursing school by the SA Nursing Council. To obtain an application form, contact your school of choice via email or in-person to collect a form.
2) After completing the studies, new nurses must first complete a year of mandatory community service before entering the workforce.
3) After graduation, the school will send a Certificate of Completion to the SANC.
4) You will then be required to register with the SA Nursing Council.
Baragwanath Nursing College programmes offered, application and contact details
To register you will need to present the following documents:
Proof of identity
Certificate of good character and standing
Proof of your qualifications
Prescribed registration fee
Further reports and information concerning your application as may be required by the registrar
Finally, you have to sit for the SANC-administered nursing exam that fits with the specific qualification you seek. There are exams for the different categories of nursing professions. To view the exam schedule, visit the SANC’s website.
See also: Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region Admission list, Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region prospectus, Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region intake, Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region Application, Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region Student Portal
Congratulations if your name is among the successful candidates on the admission lists of the Medi-Clinic Learning Centre Northern Region