By Emea Riga
The health network Regina Maria together with Grupul Educativa, in collaboration with Coventry University, founds the European Academy for Nurses. The Academy will offer a 3-year bachelor’s degree program, with the specialization of generalist nurse, which ensures the graduates the chance of a guaranteed job in their country.
“The investment in this project is over 2 million euros and it is an investment in the future of Romania and in those young people who want a career in a vocational profession … We have found in Coventry University an excellent partner to relate to our standards. higher in terms of the learning system, and together we want to put this job in a place where its importance and value are truly recognized, “said Fady Chreih, CEO of Regina Maria Health Network.
The European Academy of Nursing offers from September 2020 a 3-year bachelor’s degree program, delivered by Coventry University in English, similar to the one followed by nurses in the UK. The admitted students benefit from the guidance of UK teachers at Coventry University, recognized as the Gold Standard in 2019 in teaching and teaching and the university whose faculty of nurses and midwives is considered the third in the UK, according to Guardian 2019.
“Our commitment is that any young person from Romania who qualifies for admission to the program will be able to complete and complete the studies regardless of the financial situation of the family from which they come. In this regard, we come to meet our future students with a complete range of financial solutions, including: a generous program of performance and social scholarships, part-time job during the studies, credit program. ”, Stated Alexandru Ghiță, President of Grupul Educativa.
“We are pleased to collaborate with the Regina Maria Health Network and Grupul Educativafor the joint project of the European Academy for Medical Assistants. At Coventry University we instill in our students the passion for caring for patients and their families, as part of a system that promotes both their health and their well-being. We also promote learning through experimentation and simulation to bring reality as close to students as possible, principles that we will replicate in the new academy, ”said Prof. Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Health and Life Science at Coventry University.
The health network Regina Maria is the leader in the quality of medical services in Romania, being the only operator that owns three hospitals with international accreditation. Through her eight accreditations – a unique performance in Central and Eastern Europe, Queen Maria consistently demonstrates her commitment to medical excellence and patient care safety.
By Emea Riga