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International MBBS Programs
International Job Placement

Nursing Study Programs Abroad - HealthcareSmartz

International Nursing Programs
International Job Placement

Academic Courses For International Nurses - HealthcareSmartz

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When Courses, Care and Career Come Together
MBBS Program
MBBS program is an opportunity for those who wants to study and work as Doctor in Jamaica and USA. The 4 years MBBS program is intended for the students who appeared for NEET and were unable to get admission in colleges across India. The program allows a student to select the learning locations as Jamaica or USA or both along with necessary licensing assistance.
Nursing Administration Certificate Programs
Nursing Program
Post Graduate Specialized in Nursing Administration and Practice with Co-op prepares internationally trained nurses to work within the Canadian health care system and allow them to work while they study. Post Graduate Specialized Nursing program is a program for nurses who wants to become a Registered Nurse and work abroad with a Guaranteed VISA.
Nursing Education In Canada
Care Industry
In 2006, 14.6% of British Columbia population was 65 years or older, compared with 13.7% for Canada as a whole, and BC maintains both the lowest national fertility rate and the highest life expectancy. Even countries like Jamaica, USA, Australia and New Zealand is running short of healthcare professional like Doctors, Paramedics and Caregivers that eventually opens up avenues for aspiring nurses and doctors.
Nursing Programs In Canada - HealthcareSmartz
Career Scope
As of January 2017, the average annual salary for a registered nurse in Canada is C$59,783. Total job openings in all the Canadian provinces and territories are expected to 139,700 with a median hourly wage of C$36. Not just for nurses, there are plenty of job opportunities for Caregivers, Doctors, Healthcare Administrators and Support Staff in all the corners of the world.

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