UHAS Bachelor of Midwifery Fees and Funding: One of the three departments of School Nursing and Midwifery (SONAM) is the Department of Nursing.
The goal of the bachelor’s degree in midwifery is to generate qualified professionals to deliver high-quality healthcare in clinics, hospitals, and the community.
The midwife would work with other healthcare professionals to provide emotional support to patients and their family members.
The program’s objective is to prepare a professional midwife to provide midwifery care and services under the direction of highly skilled professional midwives in both clinical and community settings, with a focus on midwifery operational research, which will help to provide data for the quality of midwifery education and practice.
The UHAS Midwifery programme is an upgrade on the Diploma in Midwifery curriculum being used by the Nursing Training Institutions in the country.
The Bachelor of Midwifery programme is offered by the Nursing department on a regular, sandwich, and top-up basis.
Bachelor of Midwifery is a 4-year degree Programme and Fees for Freshmen and Continuing students differ.
UHAS Bachelor of Midwifery Fees and Funding: The UHAS fees are paid yearly and everyone who gains admission into the school is mandated to pay fees throughout their stay in the school.
Students may incur additional costs in the course of their education at the University over and above tuition fees in an academic year.
- Bachelor of Midwifery fees for regular students
Level 100 – GHc 4,005.60 (including accommodation)
Level 200 – GHc 3,328.86 (excluding accommodation)
Level 300 – GHc 4,269.13 (field trip and psychiatry affiliation included)
Level 400 – GHc 3,307.32 (no accommodation)
- Bachelor of Midwifery Fees for fee-paying students
Level 100 – GHc 6,000.00 (including accommodation)
NB: Fee paying does not apply to levels 200, 300 and 400.
Example of additional costs
Printing of assignments
Uniform and lab. Coat
Care study and Research expenses
N & MC licensure registration and preparation
- may be mandatory or optional expenses
- may be one-off, ongoing or incidental charges and certain costs may be payable annually for each year of your programme of study
- are payable by you and are non-refundable and non-transferable
Unfortunately, failure to pay additional costs may result in limitations on your student experience.
UHAS offers a lot of scholarships for students, visit the University’s website for more info: https://uhas.edu.gh/