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Best Nursing Schools in Europe 2021

Do you wish to study a Nursing degree at one of the Best Nursing Schools in Europe?

So, you have made the decision to study a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program in Nursing in Europe? Congratulations! Being a nurse is absolutely rewarding, but very demanding, and not everyone has what it requires to be successful in this profession.

To secure a place on a bachelor program in nursing course, you will generally require good high/secondary school results, like a qualification in a minimum of one science course (biology may be the most desired). Nursing schools may also specify that they’d prefer you to have past experience in delivering care, for instance, through part-time or volunteer service. You may also have to submit yourself for a health screening to make sure you are able to see through the program, and possibly present proof of not having a criminal record (the school may carry out their own background check).

Schooling at a world-leading higher academic institution is a brilliant step in that direction. But which schools are the best nursing schools in Europe? Here is what the global rankings indicate:

QS Rankings 2020 – Best Nursing Schools in Europe

  • King’s College London, the UK
  • University of Southampton, the UK
  • University of Manchester, the UK
  • Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • University of Edinburgh, the UK
  • University of Nottingham, the UK
  • University of Turku, Finland
  • University of Leeds, the UK
  • Lund University, Sweden
  • Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

The full ranking of Best Nursing Schools in Europe is available on TopUniversities.com.

Shanghai Rankings 2019 – Best Nursing Schools in Europe

  • King’s College London, the UK
  • Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • University of Southampton, the UK
  • Maastricht University, the Netherlands
  • Radboud University, the Netherlands
  • Ghent University, Belgium
  • KU Leuven, Belgium
  • University of Manchester, the UK
  • VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • University of Roma – Tor Vergata, Italy

The full ranking of Best Nursing Schools in Europe is available on ShanghaiRanking.com.

Student Reviews of the Best Nursing Schools in Europe

If you wish to learn more concerning these schools and colleges, peruse the reviews left by past students. You will learn more about the study feel and student life at that school or city. You can find more of these reviews on each university website.

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King’s College London

“King’s College London gave me a truly remarkable undergraduate degree program with global connections and international viewpoints. My department was a cohesive, warm environment, and I was instructed by scholars at the top of their discipline. The study overseas options were vast, and research facilities were exceptional.”

Karolinska Institute

“It has been an exceptional learning opportunity! Located in the center of Stockholm, scholars from KI have access to the best resources from all around the world. My peers from school are some of the cleverest people I have met!”

University of Turku

“The structure of the school is really good. There are also many facilities for scholars and exchange candidates. The subjects are very appealing, and the methodology of each seminar/course was very well structured and effective for finishing your program in another nation and another language.

You can advance your English language skills and also your personal and professional growth. Nice nation with friendly people. There are many places to visit and things to do with your friends or just in your own. Amazing places to visit. Plenty green areas and peaceful places.”

Ghent University

“The city is very gorgeous, the people are nice, the school is good and very well structured. And there are a lot of exchange candidates, so making friends is very easy, and it is easier if you go to ESN parties because there are plenty people! No advice; only go to UGent because it is a great university.”

Tor Vergata University of Rome

“This is a very nice school, albeit a bit far off from Rome. As it is attached to the clinic, it’s perfect to go to classes and practices without losing time. Good services overall (library, canteen, reprography) and up-to-date facilities. Good vibes.”

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