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KPJ Healthcare University College

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About KPJ Healthcare University College

KPJ University College (KPJUC), formerly known as PNC International College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is a subsidiary of KPJ Healthcare Berhad, a key private healthcare services provider. Established in 1991, KPJUC  is a university college recognized locally and internationally. It is among the first private nursing colleges to initiate the diploma in nursing accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA).

As early as 1994, KPJUC has forged a sound working relationship with University of South Australia (UniSA) to undertake several nurse education programs. KPJUC and UniSA have collaboratively trained 239 Critical Care Nurses, 96 graduates in Teaching and Education for Senior Nursing Officers, Nurse Lecturers and Nurse Instructors, 256 Heads of Services and executives in Healthcare Management and Leadership.

Programmes

KPJ College now offers twelve (12) programs which include BSc. (Hons) International Nursing, Diploma in Nursing, Diploma in Medical Imaging, Diploma in Pharmacy, Diploma in Physiotherapy, Diploma of Higher Education in Operating Department Practice, Diploma in Health Information Management, Certificate in Critical Care Nursing, Renal Nursing, Paedriatic Nursing, Nurse Education/Teaching and Gerontology.

Moving forwards to 2013, KPJUC is also preparing to take in a higher number of students in the coming years. KPJUC will offer 30 new bachelors and master degrees as well as doctorate programmes at the main Nilai Campus.

Institution Details

Location:

KPJ Healthcare University College
Lot PT 17010,Persiaran Seriemas,
Kota Seriemas,
71800 Nilai,
Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus, Malaysia

Phone: 1-300-88-5758
Fax: 606-794 2669

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News About KPJ Healthcare University College

  • KPJIUC the last to be approved before moratorium on medical courses

    KPJ International College of Nursing and Health Sciences (KPJIUC) is the last institution of higher learning to be approved before the moratorium on new medical programmes took effect in May, 2011. Reasons given were that: (a) KPJIUC had applied to offer a medical programme six months ago, before the hold on medical courses was enforced.

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