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Master of Science in Clinical Nursing

Ammar Malek
Senior Staff Nurse, Changi General Hospital

King’s College London has always been my number one choice for nursing. The decision to enrol in King’s MSc in Clinical Nursing programme stemmed from a desire to deepen and enhance my understanding of nursing practice. I learned about the programme through extensive research on reputable institutions offering continuing education programmes for nurses, coupled with recommendations from colleagues within the nursing community. My motivation to pursue higher education in nursing was fuelled by a commitment to professional growth and also the recognition of the evolving demands of the healthcare landscape in Singapore. By advancing my education, I aim to expand my knowledge, refine my leadership abilities, and hone my critical thinking skills to navigate complex healthcare situations effectively.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Choong Pei Wen
Staff Nurse, TTSH Emergency Department

During the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic, my experience at TTSH ED was one of the most challenging yet exhausting periods of my life. Although it was emotionally and physically demanding, it instilled in me a resolute desire to further my studies and practice throughout my nursing career. Engaging with terminally ill and infirm patients led me to ponder on the realities of life. Nurses play an important role in supporting patients and their families during  difficult times. Throughout this period, I noticed that my diploma knowledge and experience were insufficient to help me to work efficiently in the ED.  This realization drove me to further my knowledge of nursing and skill set at King’s College, a reputable and prestigious university. Studying for a nursing

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Tricia Quah
Quality Management Specialist, IHH Healthcare Singapore

My last pursuit of professional learning was in 2008 – 12 years ago when I commenced the degree in nursing studies. I felt that it was timely to undertake degree in nursing studies, so that I can keep myself up-to-date with clinical practices. It also prepares me to participate / contribute to the design and conduct of research or quality studies. I feel that I can effectively transfer learning to practice and have been actively leading/facilitating improvement work, and participating as a research member. Research, Dissertation as well as the Geriatric modules are my favourites. The degree strengthens my ability to assist in research, undertake literature review, analyse quality of published research/quality studies and their findings, and understand how to design studies; it also increases

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Wong Hooi Wen
Staff Nurse, Singapore General Hospital

Becoming a nurse is simply not a job or career choice for me. It is a calling. Obtaining a nursing degree enables me to be more confident in my nursing skills and knowledge to help my patients and most importantly, to be an advocate for their health and well-being. A nursing degree teaches me on soft skills such as leadership, communication, critical thinking and problem solving, teamwork, time management and etc. These skills help me to be a nurse that patients can truly rely on to fulfill their healthcare needs, working collaboratively with doctors and other healthcare professionals to provide quality care and treatment for patients. While taking a nursing degree, there will also be opportunities to upgrade and equip myself with the latest evidence-based

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Pea Jun Xiang
Staff Nurse, Sengkang General Hospital

Firstly, I’m attracted to KCL because the institution is the only one that offers part-time nursing bachelor’s degree with Honours. Secondly, KCL offers diverse modules such as physical examinations, education, and research, and students can choose among 4 modules that they are interested in. Most classes were conducted online and in the evenings , so that nursing students won’t face issues with their work schedules. Physical examination module really helped me a lot and I understand what the doctors were assessing during the rounding. The dissertation module helped me understand better on thesis writing. In real life, nurses are expected to take part in QI projects, and with the help of this module, the research component of the QI was smooth. Great discipline is required.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Tan Keng Guan
Staff Nurse, Institute of Mental Health

The modules covered were relevant and applicable in my place of work.; For instance after covering and completing the Legal, Ethics and Professionalism module, I have a better understanding of the case laws to further enhance my knowledge to abide by our SNB codes to provide professional care to my clients .  The Teaching and Learning module also shed light on my knowledge to better interact and cater to the learning needs of the nursing students that were attached to my ward.  Last but not least, the Advanced Health Assessment topics also enabled me to be more confident and proficient in identifying issues that my clients may be facing and communicating them effectively to the doctors for faster and efficient management. The lecturers are extremely

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Lo Chen Rei
Staff Nurse, Singapore General Hospital

I decided to pursue the BSc Nursing Programme at the King’s College of London due to multiple reasons which includes the flexible schedule I am given (4 face to face lessons per trimester), only 1 module is exam based, 2 years honours degree and the reputation of Kings. Most of the friends I meet at Kings have varying years of experience in different healthcare institutions and departments. I can ask them for advice in my career goals and advancements. Also, the group of people we meet varies according to the modules. The flexible schedule with 4 days of face-to-face sessions per trimester and online lessons allow for more flexibility.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Angie Chua
Registered Nurse, Ang Mo Kio Polyclinic

Healthcare is always evolving. I feel that furthering my education is essential. By pursuing a bachelor’s degree, I’ll gain  in-depth knowledge on nursing so that patients can have quality nursing care. I select the nursing school based on the offered  module/curriculum. Besides,  I also read the testimonies of the graduated students from  the nursing school. At the same time, I attended the Information sessions conducted to retrieve more details about the programme. Elective modules offered by King’s College London like eldercare, and palliative care are areas that I am interested in. In the Polyclinic, there are nursing students or new staff that come to our clinic for attachment. This module taught me what is the most effective way to support nursing students, new graduates, or

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Rahumath Nisha Bte Mohamed Farouk
Senior Staff Nurse, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

I have gained in-depth knowledge on assessing patients. Now I am able to quickly detect any abnormalities presented by my patient and promptly communicate these findings to the doctors and carry out treatment without delay. One of the most memorable experiences I had was with my lecturer, Sarah Curr. It occurred during my dissertation, a time when I felt lost. The topic I had chosen was something I was enthusiastic about, but it was extensive and challenging. I regularly messaged Ms. Sarah to seek clarification and guidance. I can still vividly recall how she offered guidance in every possible direction. She promptly steered me back in the right direction whenever I diverted I am grateful to Ms Sarah for her  unwavering support and guidance.

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Adelaide Master of Business Administration

Andri Aditya Awi
Middle Office, Maybank Securities

The Adelaide MBA also made me realise the importance of teamwork. When working in a team, it is critical to recognise and harness the strength of each individual so that the team is able to accomplish the objectives effectively. Having a positive attitude is key to making the most out of the MBA! It is up to you to bring your energy, drive and even humour to the classes! If you have a positive mindset, I firmly believe that your Adelaide MBA experience would be better, richer, more enjoyable, and more rewarding.

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Adelaide Master of Business Administration

Jonathan Wong
Regional Talent Development Business Partner, Michael Page International

This MBA is perfect for me – well-planned curriculum that gave me a holistic framework to analyse the internal and external business environments as I sought to gain a better understanding of the critical success factors of a business. In my current role as a training consultant with a consulting firm, the MBA gives me a very good anchor in my interaction with clients and helps me in diagnosing their issues and challenges. The programme also equipped me with key management skills to fulfil my aspiration to move into position with a top consulting firm in future. It has certainly broadened my view of the business world to get ahead.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Feng Yan
Staff Nurse, National University Hospital

Palliative care encompasses a holistic approach to patients facing advanced progressive illness. This approach involves the management of pain and other symptoms, while also providing crucial psychological, social, and spiritual support. Palliative care enhances the quality of life for both patients and their families and I am committed to be able to provide better care for my patients.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Leong Kah Hang
Nurse, Sengkang General Hospital

Studying at King’s creates a positive impact in your nursing career through its well-planned course structure and research-led teaching. Furthermore, the collaboration between King’s and Ngee Ann Academy demonstrates a shared commitment to nurturing the next generation of nurses in Singapore, offering the only part-time nursing degree programme with direct honours.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Lu Jia Ling
Staff Nurse, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Earning a bachelor’s degree will enable more career opportunities in the future.I chose King’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up) because it offers Direct Honours and the elective – Older Person’s and Palliative Care.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Lai Poh Yee
Clinical Practice Facilitator, Nanyang Technological University

The Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at King’s is renowned for bringing together clinical and academic teams to explore, assess, and implement solutions to achieve high-quality palliative care. An education at King’s College London would prepare me for my future career through a multifaceted curriculum that emphasises on understanding of essential concepts and medical knowledge. As the face-to-face classes in Singapore are usually delivered in one intensive block per module, the KCL programme gave me greater flexibility and versatility in balancing my work and study schedules.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Mok You Cheng Jason
Senior Staff Nurse, Singapore National Eye Centre

Apart from the face-to-face classes, I found studying together with nurses from varying backgrounds enriching; especially when we get to share about our daily experiences on the job which has certainly widened my perspectives and knowledge.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Pearlyn Tan Ying Ruen
Staff Nurse, KK Women's & Children's Hospital

Globally, King’s College Nursing degree has consistently been one of the best nursing degrees. Secondly, the duration and flexibility of the class schedule were crucial for me as a full-time nurse working shifts. This programme’s schedule is well developed and organised, such that it allows me to focus on one module each term and with 4 days of face-to-face classes and the flexibility to study at my own pace. I feel glad to be in an environment filled with experienced seniors and peers from different walks of life, in terms of nationality and age. I have the privilege of learning from their journeys in the various nursing disciplines and the events that have fuelled their passion for nursing. I personally find the lecturers in this

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Linus Pang Biao He
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I was looking for a programme that had not been available in Singapore for an extended period, as I wanted to be able to distinguish myself among my peers by acquiring unique skillsets and knowledge from a UK university. My superior encouraged me to take up this degree programme. If you are looking for a flexible, part-time direct honours programme, King’s College London – Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours is the programme for you!

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Ng Shu Jun
Staff Nurse, Outram Community Hospital

King’s College London  offers a 24-month, part-time Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up) programme. The flexibility of evening and weekend intensive block classes allowed me to continue  I believe King’s degree programme  will equip me with the knowledge and skills to deliver high-quality healthcare services and make a positive impact on lives. Worrying is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere. Sometimes, pushing yourself to the limits is the only way to expand and grow.  Success requires hard work, perseverance, continuous learning, diligent studying, willingness to make sacrifices, and above all, the passion of what you are doing and learning.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Mohammed Aliff Bin Adnan
Staff Nurse, Institute of Mental Health

I  enjoy nursing and I view it as my lifelong career path. I realised that a formal education in nursing will help to advance my career.  I believe that NAA and King’s College London allowed me to acquire substantial expertise, and I am grateful for this opportunity.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Jocelyn Chua
Staff Nurse, Tan Tock Seng Hospital

Not the easiest task to do, but it is pretty much like juggling work and personal life. It is about setting priorities . I believe one must be mindful and stay in the present moment. One afternoon, I was  tasked to administer medication for an elderly woman via  her rectum. She was petite and gentle.  I explained the procedures to her and proceeded with the  administration of medication and dressing. After the procedure, I apologised for any discomfort she may have experienced in the process. She reached out and pulled me closer to her and uttered “thank you” into my ears. With a simple yet profoundly heartfelt “Thank you”, she conveyed her gratitude. At that moment, tears welled up in my eyes.  I truly felt

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Liaw Lay Kian
Staff Nurse, Yong-en Care Centre

I enjoyed King’s E-learning and Teaching Service (KEATS) because of the available resources. King’s College London provides good faculty support and e-learning platform.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Kok Hui Scen
Senior Staff Nurse, TTSH

1) Curriculum, 2) Quality of teaching, 3) Student Support and 4) Availability of education resources. This programme encourages adult learning and self-discipline.  Guidance and support from the lecturers gave me the confidence to manage  challenges.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Honours (Top-up)

Nurulhuda Binte Abd Majid
Assistant Nurse Clinician, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital

I chose to be a King’s Nurse as I want to further enhance my knowledge through a reputable university and nursing degree. The one thing I enjoy most about this programme on top of the choice of elective modules, is being able to study on KEATS (King’s e-learning portal) at my own time and own pace.

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Post Graduate Diploma in Education

Saima Asim
Learning Support, International School in Singapore

I was drawn to the programme as the PGDip leads to a  master’s degree for those who choose to pursue it. The lectures are followed by interactive group discussions where a great wealth of knowledge, information, insights are shared, and different perspectives are heard. Thank you, Ngee Ann Academy, for a great experience.

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