Where Can I Study Advanced Midwifery In South Africa

What is an Advanced Midwifery?

This course provides midwifery students with a broad-based education experience incorporating the key concepts of person-centered care, autonomy and empowerment, professional ethics, consultation and collaboration, and professional leadership, thus enabling the students to practice at the highest professional standards across the spectrum of care.

Where Can I Study Advanced Midwifery In South Africa

The Advanced Midwifery program at the University of Kwazulu Natal enjoys good working relationships with other international partners with whom Memoranda Of Understanding has been signed for collaboration.

What is the advanced Diploma in midwifery in South Africa?

Advanced Diploma in Midwifery (R1497) - Health Science Colleges

Advanced Diploma in Midwifery is a one-year program. The objective of this program is to prepare a nurse practitioner who will be able to demonstrate knowledge of people-centered midwifery and neonatal nursing care of patients in a variety of healthcare settings.

How long does it take to study midwifery in South Africa?

The Bachelor of Nursing & Midwifery (R174) is a four-year program where for the duration of the course, you will gain practical experience at hospitals and various clinical facilities.

How much do advanced midwives make in South Africa?

Find out what the average Midwife’s salary is

Entry-level positions start at R 310 000 per year, while most experienced workers make up to R 4 200 000 per year.

What do I need to study to become a midwife in South Africa?

A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (R174), alternatively: A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (R425). A Diploma in Nursing: General Nurse (R171) with Advanced Diploma in Midwifery (R1497). 4 Year Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery offered under Regulation 425 of 22 February 1985 as amended.