Fil-Am thinking of studying in OLFU - page 3
Hello everyone, I was just wondering if anyone here knows something about Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela. I'm planning on finishing my general ed classes (Anatomy/Physiology,etc) at a community college here in... Read More
- 0Jun 29, '12 by steppybayQuote from 2ndtakerimmigrantAgree. Lanze was just denied applying into VT for unacceptable courses.With the BON implementing new requirements, I suggest that you study in the USA. A lot of Philippine graduates like me (I'm an immigrant) are having a hard time with the ever changing requirements of BON. I'm not only speaking of CA BON. WHo knows when the state you reside at will add application requirements?
Guys don't forget that some states are now also requiring proof of a valid PH license and SSN as well.
- 0Aug 4, '12 by 2b_usrnQuote from GeorgettesI graduated from OLFU Valenzuela, batch 2005. I took the phil. boards and applied for nclex rn in manila with no problems in eligibility. To answer your question, if it's a good school for nursing. YES, it is. At least when I was there. Their curriculum matched the califronia standard, obviously as I have received eligibility to take the nclex rn. I got to califronia on 2008, applied for work as RN, jot down all my experiences while in school and outside school on my resume and landed a job.Hello everyone,
I was just wondering if anyone here knows something about Our Lady of Fatima University in Valenzuela. I'm planning on finishing my general ed classes (Anatomy/Physiology,etc) at a community college here in California and I'm thinking of going back to the Philippines to get my BS in Nursing. I was looking at the requirements for admission to OLFU and it said a foreign fee donation is required? Does anyone have an idea of how much that will be? Also, how is international student life over there? And does anyone know if they credit PE classes that I've taken here? Sorry if there's a lot of questions, I just couldn't seem to get enough information even though I've called OLFU myself!
My suggestion for you is, go to a nursing school, study hard, pass the exams, get good clinical experience, then apply for a job. Good nursing school is essential but eventhough you're in a good nursing school, that in itself won't make you successful.