We all know how tumultuous a year 2020 was for everyone, but it was especially hard on those in the medical profession. The World Health Organization (WHO) bestowed 2020 the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” to honor the dedication and support nurses and midwives provided for Covid-19 patients around the world. Many of those nurses are Filipino; the Philippines is the largest supplier of nurses for the globe. Nursing is considered to be one of the most honest and ethical of career choices a person can make by international consensus because at the heart of the profession, it’s about helping others. From helping patients to doctors, nurses are the backbone in the world of medicine.

Foundation University has an exceptional nursing program that recently had a passing rate of 100% for its students. That means every single student made it – no one failed. The professors in the College of Nursing are unequivocally devoted to making sure each aspiring nurse becomes one, from getting them the best clinical experience to providing engaging lectures, you can’t go wrong with picking FU for nursing. The College of Nursing has built the strongest of foundations for you. Now is especially the time to join because the world needs nurses more than ever.

The knowledge that nurses must retain and apply is vast because needless to say, the human body is highly complex, but you should also take into account that it isn’t simply a medical field profession. Nursing requires exceptional communication skills because they converse with patients the most; you may find yourself discussing a popular Netflix series or answering questions on someone’s WiFi problems whilst tending to a patient. Time management and acquiring a sense of humor are some of the most vital skills you’ll learn on the floor, and making mistakes in the field of nursing doesn’t get easier over time due to the fact that lives are on the line. It’s a demanding career but it is worth every ounce of effort. There is nothing more rewarding or fulfilling than truly helping someone else. Interestingly enough, the best thing for the self is to be selfless, and nurses excel at this.

If you feel the drive to help others and have an interest in becoming a nurse, please email us at cn@foundationu.com or call 0936-3265-709 Local 110 for more information. You can also check out our Facebook page.