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Masters Programs in Medicine in Asia 2021

Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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Al-Quds University
Abu Dis, Palestinian Territories

The program includes both theoretical and practical aspects in the field of management. The program's courses are presented in a way that moves from basic to complex knowledge ... +

The program includes both theoretical and practical aspects in the field of management. The program's courses are presented in a way that moves from basic to complex knowledge and skills. The program aims to increase students' knowledge of the concepts and skills necessary for effective management. The program is offered at the master's level and is recognized by the Palestinian Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Upon successful completion of the program, the student will obtain a master's degree in nursing. -
Master
Arabic
Campus
 
Oita University Of Nursing And Health Sciences
Oita, Japan

Midwifery is an independent nursing occupation in Japan. All midwives are educated as nurses and midwives and have licensure as a registered nurse and separate licensure as a ... +

Midwifery is an independent nursing occupation in Japan. All midwives are educated as nurses and midwives and have licensure as a registered nurse and separate licensure as a midwife. The minimum length of education and training required to receive licensure in Japan is three years for nurses and one year for midwives. There are various midwifery education programs in Japan, such as graduate school Master’s courses; undergraduate courses; undergraduate non-degree programs; undergraduate special courses; junior college non-degree programs; and vocational schools. The current midwifery environment in Japan is characterized by the progression of our declining birthrate, the aging of expectant mothers, a lack of obstetricians, a decrease in parturient facilities, and a concurrent advancement of perinatal medicine and assisted reproductive technology. Therefore, midwives are required to possess advanced diagnostic and practical midwifery skills and the ability to collaborate with other medical professionals including obstetricians. -
MSc
Japanese
Apr 2022
Campus