MPhil In Nursing Schools In South Africa

A doctorate in nursing degree takes, on average, four to six years to complete. You will spend a great deal of time focusing on an area of research that you choose. For students who have the time and resources, there is the chance to finish your program sooner. A PhD is a higher qualification than the MPhil. The MPhil is studied as a way of gaining a place on a general PhD, therefore the PhD will always be a higher qualification for university students.

Below are the list of MPhil In Nursing Schools In South Africa

MPhil | Department of Paediatrics and Child Health

Postgraduate Programmes in Nursing – Wits University

Nelson Mandela University Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing)

University of Johannesburg Postgraduate Programmes in Nursing Science

Postgraduate Programmes in Nursing – Wits University

Postgraduate Diploma in Nursing- Stellenbosch University

Postgraduate Programmes – UWC  School of Nursing


University of Cape Town- Postgraduate Diplomas in Nursing

University of Pretoria Postgraduate in Nursing Science

UFS Postgraduate Programme: MSocSc (Nursing) and PhD

Unisa  Postgraduate diploma, or Professional Nurses

CPUT Postgraduate Courses in Nursing

Nursing at (UP) University of Pretoria

Nursing at (UWC) University of Western Cape

Nursing at (WITS) University of the Witwatersrand

Nursing at (CPUT) Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Nursing at (NWU) North-West University

Nursing at (DUT) Durban University of Technology