List of Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges in Ghana: There are several nursing and midwifery training colleges in Ghana. These nursing and midwifery training colleges are scattered across the countries. Nursing and midwifery training colleges form part of the tertiary education system in Ghana.
The list of Nursing and Midwifery colleges.
Nightingale School of Nursing
Premier Nurses’ Training College
St Karol School of Nursing
Western Hills Nurses’ Training College
Holy Family Nurses and Midwifery Training College -Kenten – Techiman
Holy Family Nurses Training College – Nkawkaw
Margret Marquart Nursing Training – Kpando
Ankaful Nursing Training College
Bole Community Health Nursing Training College
Cape Coast Nurses Training College
Bolgatanga Midwifery Training College
Holy Family Nursing & Midwifery Training College – Berekum
Sunyani Nursing Training College
KATH Nursing & Midwifery Training College
Koforidua Nursing & Midwifery Training College
Midwifery and Health Assistants Training School, Tepa
Midwifery Training College hohoe
Nandom Midwifery Training College
Nursing Training College – Ho
Nursing and Midwifery Training College Kpembe
Nursing and Midwifery Training College, Korle Bu, Accra
Nursing & Midwifery Training College, Agogo
Nursing and Health Assistants (Clinical) Training College, Zuarungu
Nursing and Midwifery Training College – Dunkwa-on-Offin
Kintampo College of Health
Public Health Nursing school, Korle Bu
Pantang Nursing Training College
St. Patrick’s Midwifery Training School
Sekondi Nursing & Midwifery Training College
Tamale Community Health Nursing Training School
Keta Nursing & Midwifery Training School
How many years does it take to study nursing in Ghana?
Certificate programs typically last 2 years. It takes 3 years to complete a diploma program in nursing or midwifery in Ghana. Bachelor degree applicants should prepare to clock in about 4 years.
What is the cut off point for nursing training?
A cut off aggregate score of twenty (20) or better in six subjects, comprising 3 core and 3 elective subjects.
How do I become a midwife in Ghana?
BSc/BA degree in nursing or midwifery (minimum) and should also be a registered nurse (all nursing programmes) or midwife of good standing with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (NMCG)
Minimum of 3 years post qualification experience.
What is the salary of diploma nurses in Ghana?
Current Nurses Salary Scale in Ghana
Certificate nurses – They earn GHS 1200 monthly. Diploma nurses – GHS 1800 and above monthly. Degree holders – GHS 2400 per month.