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Nursing or Physiotherapy, What Course Best Looks Good on You

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During the past months, Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) has witnessed many new and inviting developments. Some of these developments include the recent NUC's Approval to Run B.NSc Nursing Science, Doctor of Physiotherapy (DPT) and B.Sc Tourism and Hospitality Management which is currently ongoing in the 2021/2022 academic session. These developments have initiated the hope of science students looking to gain admission in to Skyline University Nigeria.

If you are interested in pursuing a career in health care or basic medical science, there is no limit to what you can do with a degree in Nursing and Physiotherapy in Skyline University Nigeria. Though they belong to the same field of clinical sciences and help a range of patients with different illnesses, it is important to understand the roles they play within the healthcare system. Let’s see if one of these direct patient care professions is for you.

Nurses work with doctors and other healthcare professionals to coordinate, plan, and deliver treatment to patients suffering from any number of medical conditions. A physiotherapist also works on a patient, diagnosing, assessing and treating their problems, while encouraging exercise a healthy lifestyle and movement. The job of a physiotherapist is to help people who may have developed physical impairments, due to a disease, disorder, or injury and provide rehabilitation, performance enhancement, and prevention services possible.

While it's important to consider passion in choosing a course of study, important factors like earnings, future job growth, and how it relates to your personality have been areas where keen attention is given. The majority of physiotherapy graduates work as physiotherapists and help a range of patients with physical difficulties to improve their health and general wellbeing. Nurses on the other hand are part of a highly diverse profession that applies competence and compassion when caring for individuals across the lifespan.  So, you tell us, what course best looks good on you?

Skyline University Nigeria has come a long way since its inception in 2018. Of course, the management had a great vision for the university, which continues to remain a work in progress, following new and exciting opportunities for prospective students looking to acquire not only the required skills and knowledge needed in the workplace but also to be part of the contributors to National development.