Should i study nursing in the Philippines or america? - page 2
by yanrb 2,907 Views | 12 Comments
Hey guys! My plan is to go to a community college and do as much as pre requisite class that I can, then transfer to UCSF (hopefully), however, my mom is trying to convince me to do my studies in the Philippines, since it will be... Read More
- 0Oct 8, '12 by steppybayHere's something to show to your mom or print it out:
This is a recent article from the ABS-CBS about the no more demand for PH nurses, so even if you get your degree from the Phils and get a US license, there will still remain a preference for the US educated nurses.
Here's that link: http://allnurses.com/nurse-registrat...et-779683.html
Here's a BBC link to nursing sour dreams: http://allnurses.com/international-n...ns-757165.html
- 0Oct 10, '12 by mcc1i just recieved a letter from BON and found not eligible to take NCLEX bec of this concurrency issueso frustrating..i went to a competent school and took for 4 years and end it up with nothing...ugh!!!so frustrating and i dont know what to do...i appreciate for any suggestion....
- 0Oct 10, '12 by steppybayQuote from mcc1Yes, like of many of us recent PH grads, welcome to the "You're not so welcome club in CA or several other States".i just recieved a letter from BON and found not eligible to take NCLEX bec of this concurrency issueso frustrating..i went to a competent school and took for 4 years and end it up with nothing...ugh!!!so frustrating and i dont know what to do...i appreciate for any suggestion....
1). Get enrolled in two not so easy to get into So Cal schools (Nat'l Univ and MSMC), have $9,000 plus in your bank account ($7,000 tuition fees to be paid at the start, plus the extra $$ needed for books and supplies. You will need more testings, insurance, a car, certain health certifications and a few more mininum requirements before you're considered.
2). Become an LVN by taking the NCLEX-PN exam, then try to enroll in a LVN-RN school, be prepared to either wait 2-3 years to get in (must still meet certain requirements: math, English, etc) or there are several private colleges but it's in the few $10,000's.
3) Apply in other States that are not at this present time, enforcing the concurrency rules, at of now, there are at least 35 open States. Read on the many other topics posted here to find out more.