FCT College of Nursing 2022/2023 Admission Form on Sale

Applications are invited from suitable/qualified candidates for admission Into Basic Nursing program at FCT College of Nursing Sciences Gwagwalada, Abuja.


WAEC, GCE, NECO or NABTEB with FIVE CREDIT passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology at not more than two sittings. Candidates with Awaiting Result are not dig Able. NABTES RESULT CAN ONLY BE COMBINED WIDI ANOTHER NABTEB RESULT. SALE OF FORM: Starts 11th April, 2022 and Ends 30th April, 2022

AGE RANGE: Candidates must not be less than 17 years at the time of purchase of form.

AMOUNT: N5,200.00 Naira only.


Pay (a) Non-refundable fee of five Thousand Naira (N5,000.00) only through the Remita platform (see instructions below) and

(b) Two Hundred Naira (N200.00) only to FCT Nursing and Midwifery Committee Account No 2034009628 First Bank PLC

1. Submit the two (2) stamped evidence of payment for receipt and collect application forms at FCT School of Nursing Gwagwalada.

2. Competed forms are to be returned to the Principal, (Nursing) FCT College of Nursing Sciences Gwagwalada.

3. Competed form must be submitted immediately after filing for Data Capturing.

4. Submission of completed forms for Data capturing ends on 30th April, 2022.

EXAMINATION: Entrance examination starts from 2nd to 7th May, 2022. Candidate’s individual exam detail will be sent via SMS to the contacts phone number provided in the form. For further enquiry on examination date check http//fb.me/fctsom form 25th April, 2022

 The Examination will be Computer Based Test covering English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Current Affairs.

N.B:  ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE THROUGH REMITA IN A BANK BRANCH. Applicant must have a functional phone number. Pregnant candidates and candidates below the age of 17 (seventeen) years are advised not to obtain the forms.

This advert disclaims all other call for application for admission into FCT School of Nursing.




·        Log on to www.remita.net

·        Click on “Pay TSA & States”


·        Click on “Who do you want to pay” and choose; FCT Health & Human Services Secretariat.

·        Click on Name of Service / Purpose and choose; Sale of Forms for Basic Nursing.

·        Enter other payment details as required and click “SUBMIT” to generate Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR).

·        Use any Bank Branch of your choice to complete your payent.

Take the electronic receipt of payment to the school to be converted to receipt and obtain your Application Form.

For more enquiries please call. 08146330666, 08065866352

Thank you, 

Foreign Educated Nurse Registration Process in Nigeria

It is mandatory that Foreign Trained Nurses register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) and obtain licence to practice prior to their professional practice in Nigeria.

This process may take minimum of six (6) months and maximum of eighteen (18) months depending on your course of study and institution/country of training.

This is commonly called Adaptation Program.

As a Foreign Trained Nurse, one out of the many challenges I faced is access to timely and accurate information, I remember combing through the internet at a point during the process and found only few information that addressed my concern, some are not even updated and trying to reach out to get accurate information lead to a dead end.

The whole process can be tiring and cumbersome if you do not have access to timely and accurate information especially getting someone that has gone through the whole process to take you by the hand or step by step through it.

You would have started the process with little or no information or you might be midway through it before you get connected with others applying for the same.

The Nigerian Association of Foreign Trained Nurses-NAFTRANS are sincerely working to bridge this gap but most do not even know about the community till they are almost done with their application process.

Join the NAFTRANS telegram page here for timely information

This article is written to help you navigate the journey and take your hands through the whole process based on my personal experience.

And your journey will also be made easy with this guide.

Read on!


  • Filling and submission of application form Click here to register
  • Evaluation of Certificates with the federal ministry of education
  • Undergo screening
  • Posting to selected institution
  • On-site training cum clinical posting
  • Write the licensing and registration examination
  • Apply for registration and licensing if you successfully pass the licensing exams.
  • One-year internship.

These will be explained subsequently in this article, read on.

Cost Breakdown

  • Application fee ₦6,000
  • Evaluation of Certificates ( School Leaving and Degree certificate with the federal ministry of education ₦5,000) P.S: this can vary and depends on if you are doing it yourself or you are using an agent or someone else. If you are going to the Federal Ministry Of Education yourself, you will have to consider the cost of transportation and accomodation in Abuja.
  • Adaptation Program Fee ₦188,000
  • Accomodation fee ( based on location and proximity to the institution)
  • Miscellaneous e.g precouncil examination fee, uniform, transportation, feeding and so on.

Cumulative of above ₦300k (₦300,000 plus)

P.S: These are the estimated costs (rounded up) To at the time that I enrolled for this program (2021) the above is subjected to change according to the necessary bodies and party involved as well as the economic situation.


🔸Filling And Submission Of Application Form. Click here to register

You will need to upload the following documents to complete this step;

  • Stamped international passport with entry and exit visa 
  • School leaving certificate
  • Degree certificate 
  • Birth certificate 
  • Admission letter from institution of training
  • Secondary school testimonial 
  • Residential permits for period of study
  • Academic transcript
  • Photo passport

NB: you will have to select any three institution of your choice within the country you will be posted to for the program.

🔸Submit your application and wait for a confirmation mail with your application number (you will need this to track your application status and carry out all the other processes).

🔸 Wait for a prompt to make payment for the application fee (6000 Naira), you may need to contact them yourself if you have any delay with payment or you can check the website to see if you’re eligible to make payment.

You can use your naira MasterCard or Visa card to make payment for this step after you’re done with payment wait till you get a mail to come for the Evaluation letter

🔸 Collect the Evaluation letter to be taken to the federal ministry of education to get the evaluation of your certificates done with the Federal Ministry of Education.

🔸Proceed to book your appointment on the Federal Ministry of Education website Here, upload your documents and make payment (see the cost in the cost Breakdown above).

Take a printout of the FME appointment slip which will appear at the end of your appointment booking application.

🔸You will now take this printout with your original documents, photocopy of all your documents, the letter for evaluation from the Nursing Council and a new WAEC/NECO scratch card (depending on which you are using) to the Federal Ministry of Education’s (FME) office on the date your appointment.

🔸Once your evaluation is completed, you will need to go back to Federal Ministry of Education’s (FME) to pick up your evaluation letter. This typically takes between 3 days to 2 weeks.

🔸Take this letter to the Nursing council head office submission. N.B: you should go with a photocopy of this letter so they can stamp it at the office for acknowledgement that you submitted it there as a precautionary measure.

🔸 You will have to wait for invitation to attend your screening by the NMCN. The screening maybe physical or virtual depending on the decision of the council committee in charge.

🔸After the successful screening, you will get a mail to make payment through remita to pay for your adaptation program, you can also visit the NMCN annexe office to make payment (see the cost in the cost breakdown above).

🔸After making payment, you are to take the payment invoice to the Council’s Annex office where you’ll also be given your posting letter after verifying your payment.

🔸You are required to submit the posting letter to the institution you are posted to within one week of issuance. The institution will be one out of the three (3) you selected while filling the application form.

🔸The institution will give you a resumption date which may be few weeks from when you submitted the letter so you will be required to make arrangements for accommodation this is an on-site program so you will be required to be on campus most of the time.  

You are required to have 80% of attendance and will also have to go for mandatory 6 weeks clinical postings at attached teaching hospital.

 🔸Sit for the licensing exam, this usually take place May/November of every year and depends on the NMCN decision.

Any necessary update to the above will be posted in the future.

It is advisable that you be in one of the support groups or community by NAFTRANS so that you can get access to timely information and updates from others that are also going through the process, this will make the journey pretty easy as you will have other people on board with you on the platform.

If you have any questions or issues of concerns, you can reach out to me via email , I will try to render you help within my ability.


Kindly Share this with others that might need it as well.

This article is written by Mayowa Racheal Popoola

Primary Health Care International Updated Free Covid-19 Course for Nurses, Doctors and Others

Primary Care International (PCI)’s open-access e-learning guidance for healthworkers has been updated. The guidance is developed for healthworkers in resource-limited settings and includes guidance on a range of topics from screening and triage, clinic operations, health workforce planning through to continuity of essential services including mental health. Helped by the support we received from our Crowdfunder campaign, the e-learning has just now been updated and a range of topics added, including: vaccines; medications that work; variants; long Covid; and techniques for management at home, for those without access to professional care. (Please note that so far it is the English version that has been updated).

Please share, as this virus continues to impact us all – especially in places with little access to the vaccine. https://covid19.pci-academy.org/

Jane Lennon
Communications Manager
Primary Care International
Skype: jane.lennon87

Nursing And Midwifery Council of Nigeria 2021/2022 Approved License Renewal Fees

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria will today begin the implementation of the revised chargeable fees for her services. This was made known in a letter cited which was signed by the Head of Accounting unit of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, dated July 1st, 2021 and addressed to the head of Nursing and Health institutions nationwide. Below is the new service charges according to the circular :

Renewal of licence #13, 125
Re-issue of lost document #10,937 per document
Penalty for late renewal #6, 562 per year of default.

Verification of licence to foreign organisation has also increased.

Below is the newly approved verification fees:

Online Verification to UK Nursing Board #21, 875
Verification to any other country #66, 875 per certificate
To whom it May Concern #10, 937

Others include:

Change of Name: #10, 937
Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Council Examination registration fees for Basic Nursing students is now #48, 748
For Basic Midwifery #59, 685
Registration of Nurses and Midwives after successful examinations cost #42, 967 while Postgraduate registration goes for #61, 092

Registration of foreign trained Nurses

Application cost #13, 125
Application fee covering indexing and other logistics cost #188, 000

Notice of Approval of New Credentialing Organization for Healthcare Workers for Certain Immigration Purposes


Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.




The Department of Homeland Security (“DHS” or “the Department”), U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is issuing this document to inform the public of the approval of a new credentialing organization for certain health care workers for certain immigration purposes.


USCIS approved the application from Josef Silny Associates, Inc. on July 22, 2021.


Charles L. Nimick, Chief, Business and Foreign Workers Division, Office of Policy and Strategy, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security, 5900 Capital Gateway Drive, Camp Springs, MD 20746; or by phone at 240-721-3000 (this is not a toll-free number). Individuals with hearing or speech impairments may access the telephone number above via TTY by calling the toll-free Federal Information Relay Service at 1-877-889-5627 (TTY/TDD).


Sections 212(a)(5)(C) and 212(r) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (the Act), 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(5)(C) and (r), as well as the DHS regulations at 8 CFR 214.1(i) and (j) and 212.15(a) and (n)(3) require that an individual who seeks admission to the United States as a nonimmigrant or immigrant, or who is the beneficiary of a change of status petition, or who is applying for adjustment of status, in the United States for the purpose of performing labor in certain health care occupations is inadmissible unless he or she presents a certificate from an authorized credentialing organization. DHS regulations at 8 CFR 212.15(e)(1) through (3) expressly authorize the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS), the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), and the Foreign Credentialing Commission on Physical Therapy (FCCPT) to issue such certificates. DHS regulations also establish detailed standards for the approval of additional credentialing organizations after consultation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and USCIS has created an adjudicatory framework for the filing and adjudication of those applications, using Form I-905, Application for Authorization to Issue Certification for Health Care Workers. 8 CFR 212.15(j) and (k). The regulations also provide for periodic review and, if necessary, termination of credentialing organizations. 8 CFR 212.15(l) and (m). Finally, the regulations direct DHS to notify the public of the approval of additional credentialing organizations by publishing notices in the Federal Register8 CFR 212.15(e) and (h).On July 22, 2021, USCIS, following consultation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, approved the application from Josef Silny Associates, Inc., as an organization authorized to issue certificates and certified statements under sections 212(a)(5)(C) and 212(r) of the Act, 8 U.S.C. 1182(a)(5)(C) and (r), for individuals seeking to enter the United States for the primary purpose of working as a nurse. This notice is being provided in accordance with 8 CFR 212.15(e) and (h). Further guidance on certificates for health care workers is available at https://www.uscis.gov/​working-in-the-united-states/​temporary-workers/​health-care-worker-certification.

Tracy L. Renaud,

Acting Director.

[FR Doc. 2021-16181 Filed 7-28-21; 8:45 am]


School of Midwifery UBTH Admission into Basic Midwifery 2021/2022 Session

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for Admission into the School of Midwifery, UBTH Benin City for the 1st stream 2021 session.


a. Entry Qualification: Applicant must not be less than 18 years or above 34 years of age

b. Possess five (5) credits O’level in not more than two sitting in WAEC, NECO or NABTEB which must include, English language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.


Application forms are obtainable from the office of the Principal/Head of Department (School of Midwifery) on presentation of evidence of payment of:

  • Payment of a non-refundable fee of Ten Thousand, Five Hundred Naira(N10,500) only payable to UBTH Account with TSA under the service type: Training School of Midwifery using REMITA platform in any bank in Nigeria.
  • Payment of Two Hundred (200) Naira into Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria State Committee account — First Bank 2004854377


  1. Sales of forms commence January 2021.
  2. All forms must be purchased from the office of the Principal/Head of School, School of Midwifery, UBTH.
  3. Be informed that UBTH does not sell the School of Midwifery application forms online.
  4. Candidates will be responsible for their accommodation and feeding during the examination period.


Completed application forms should be submitted to the institution before the date of entrance examination.

Date of Entrance Exam: Saturday 20th March 2021.

Venue: School of Midwifery, UBTH, Benin City


Joshua Uwaila, Esq.,

Head, Public Relations Unit

For: Chief Medical Director

School of Psychiatric Nursing Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta Admission into the Post-Basic School of Psychiatric Nursing for May, 2021/2022

This is to inform the general public that admission forms are now available for sale to eligible and qualified Registered Nurses for admission into the POST-BASIC SCHOOL OF PSYCHIATRIC NURSING, NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL, ARO, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE.


  1. Five (5) Credits in WASC/SSSC/GCE OR NECO to include: English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics at not more than two sittings.
  2. Registered Nurse Certificate (RN) of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (N&MCN). 
  3. Minimum of one-year Post Qualification/Registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. 
  4. At least one-year Post Qualification working experience. 
  5. Individuals with BNSC degree can apply for specialty in this field with evidence of NYSC Discharge or Exemption Certificate.


  1. The application process and mode of Payment is online, applicants are to pay a non-refundable fee of N10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only. Follow the prompts that appear on the screen. 
  2. For Online registration login to www.neuroaro.gov.ng  

NOTE: Only registered Nurses are eligible. 

ONLINE SALE OF FORMS/REGISTRATION begins on 18th January, 2021 and Closes on 26th February, 2021.


Please contact: 

The DDNE/Principal, School of Psychiatric Nursing, Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta, Ogun State. 

Tel: No.: 08033473188



For: Provost & Medical Director 

Wamba Nursing School Kenya 2020/2021 Admission Application Form


We are recruiting students for September 2020 intake.

Wamba nursing training school is a catholic institution under the diocese of Maralal in Samburu county, Samburu East constituency. It trains Kenya Registered Community Health nurses diploma course. The school is licenced and fully recognised by the Kenyan government through the Nursing council of Kenya.

The school trains students from all over the country with a priority being given first to the local applicants from Samburu and Marsabit county.

The school has two intakes per year as regulated by the Nursing Council of Kenya. The intakes are in the month of March and August.

To have the best trainees with good nursing practice standards the class are limited to 22 students per class.

These ensures the students are trained holistically for the care of the community in all nursing aspects.

The minimum requirements are stipulated by the National Regulatory body i.e the NCK.

The required prerequisites are follows:

  • Mean grade C and above
  • Must have a C in Biology and one of the languages (English or Kiswahili)
  • Must have a C- in either of the following Chemistry, physics, Maths or Physical science.

The person must be above age 17 years’

The slots for males are limited so chance are mainly for the locals from Maralal, Marsabit and Isiolo diocese/Counties.

Only those who meet the above criteria and have applied are considered for interviews and admissions. Due to necessity and the distance of the school from major towns interviews are held as the applicants present themselves. March Classes Report every year in Mid – March while August classes report in Mid-August.

The school offers accommodation and provides meals to all students.

Students admitted are expected to carry themselves in a Christian manner and to follow the catholic doctrines.

The total number of students in every given time is approximately 160. The school gives a priority to Catholics but there are other denominations and a few Muslims too.

Those wishing to join the school can apply through the following address

To the Principal

Community Nurse Training school Wamba,

P.O. Box 49 – 20603


Or send us an Email at: Info@wambanursingschool.co.ke

Follow this link to the school website to download the application form and see details on the application requirements. https://bit.ly/2ReHa9k

All vacancies must be awarded on first Come first Serve basis

Shalome School of Health and Business Studies Zambia 2021 Diploma in Nursing Form Application

Shalome school of health and business studies Registered by General nursing council of Zambia located in kitwe old ndeke is Enrolling for January intake 2021 in Registered nursing diploma 3years

Entry qualifications 5 o levels Application forms it’s 100k non refundable Bursaries on offer For more details contact 0761235892/0963516150

School of Nursing Form SONO Ogbomoso 2020/2021 Update

This is to announce to all applicants that the result of the

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION to the School, has been released. The interview for all the successful applicants holds from 22nd September, 2020 to 24th September, 2020.Thanks