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Degree in Nursing Ibiza

240 credits - Faculty of Nursing and Physiotherapy
  If you cannot find all of the information on the course that you are taking, check the old degree in Nursing study programme .

Entry Profile

To ensure easier adaptation for new students, the following personal and academic characteristics are specified for the ideal candidate on the curriculum, which are closely linked to the Nursing graduate profile:

  1. An interest in scientific knowledge, aspects linked to health and social problems. A social and ethical commitment.
  2. An ability for observation, empathy, communication and interpersonal relations. Teamwork. An ability for analysis and reflection, problem solving and taking decisions.
  3. Skilled in oral and written expression in Spanish and Catalan. Skilled in handling basic computer tools. An ability to understand, speak and write in English.

 

Entry information

Number of places. Academic year 2019-20: 20

Admission mark calculation
For programmes with limited places, the entrance mark for courses will be calculated in accordance with the following criteria:
(1) For entry with high-school diploma or equivalent (PAU: university entrance exam) , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the entrance mark and the two best weighted marks from passed subjects, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(2) For entry with a higher vocational qualification , the entrance mark is calculated (out of 14 points) with the average from the training course and the two best weighted marks from subjects passed in the PAU entrance block, in accordance with the weighting parameters.
(3) For further information, please see the full details of the weighting parameters for university admission

Cut-off markNotas de corte

 

Validations

Credit Recognition and Transfer Committee for GIF2

Member 3
Juan Puigserver, Micaela
Member 4
Nandin, Claudia Silvana

Accreditation grid for first and second cycle curricula and new curricula (degree)

Table of equivalences by curriculum Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)

Degree in Physiotherapy (2016 syllabus)
Degree in Physiotherapy (2016 syllabus) Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
21304: Foundations of Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
22706: Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
21375: English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
21375: English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
  • 21662: Public Health
  • 22768: Community Physiotherapy
  • 22704: Education and Health Promotion
  • 22709: Epidemiology, Public Health and Community
21688: Management of Health Services and Centres
22721: Management of Nursing Services
21690: Communication Strategies in Health Education
21608: Communication and Health
22761: Anatomy General
22700: Anatomy
22762: Human Physiology
22705: Human Physiology
22763: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Physiotherapy
22701: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Health
  • 22764: Health Legislation
  • 22766: Ethics in Health Sciences
22707: Ethics and Health Legislation

Recognition of credits Degree in Physiotherapy (2016 syllabus) towards Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
subject Number of credits Type of credits
22771 - Sources of Information in Health Sciences, 22772 - Methodological Research Bases 6 Optional
Degree in Nursing (2009 syllabus)
Degree in Nursing (2009 syllabus) Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
21304: Foundations of Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
22706: Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
21375: English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
21375: English for Health and Behavioural Sciences
21600: Structure and Function of the Human Body
22700: Anatomy
21601: Conduct, Health and Quality of Live
22701: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Health
21603: Biochemistry and Nutrition
22703: Biochemistry and Nutrition
21604: Social Determinants of Health
21604: Social Determinants of Health
21605: Structure and Function of the Human Body II
22705: Human Physiology
21606: Pharmacotherapy and Dietotherapy
  • 22710: Food and Diet Therapy
  • 22711: Pharmacology
21607: Ethics and Health Legislation
22707: Ethics and Health Legislation
21608: Communication and Health
21608: Communication and Health
21609: Historical, Conceptual and Methodological Bases of Care
  • 22702: Historical Bases of Nursing Professionals
  • 22708: Methodology of Nursing Care
21610: Health Promotion and Family and Community Participation
  • 22704: Education and Health Promotion
  • 22716: Nursing, Primary Care and Global Health
21611: Nursing throughout the Life Cycle
  • 22709: Epidemiology, Public Health and Community
  • 22718: Sexual and Reproductive Health
21612: Clinical Foundations and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures
22712: Nursing in Adults I
  • 21612: Clinical Foundations and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures
  • 21617: Nursing in Adults II
22715: Nursing in Adults IV
21613: Nursing in Childhood and Adolescence
22719: Nursing in Childhood and Adolescence and Family
21614: Nursing in Adults I
22713: Nursing in Adults II
21615: Clinical Practice I
21615: Clinical Practice I
21616: Management of Nursing Services
22721: Management of Nursing Services
21617: Nursing in Adults II
22714: Nursing in Adults III
21618: Nursing in Adults III
  • 22717: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 22722: Nursing in Adults V
21619: Nursing in the Elderly
21619: Nursing in the Elderly
21620: Clinical Practice II
22720: Clinical Practice II
21621: Nursing in Complex Situations
  • 22723: Nursing in Adults VI
  • 22724: Palliative Care
21622: Clinical Practice III
22725: Clinical Practice III
21623: Clinical Practice IV
  • 22750: Clinical Practice IV
  • 22751: Clinical Practice V
21625: Clinical Practice V
22728: Clinical Practice VI
21629: Bioethical Questions in Nurse Practice
22731: Ethical Conflicts Related to Health
21631: Electro-Physiological Techniques for Diagnosis
21631: Electro-Physiological Techniques for Diagnosis
21638: Critical Premature Neonatal Nursing and Physiotherapeutic Care
22745: Nursing the Critical Neonate curesl the Family
21639: Clinical Practice VI
22729: Clinical Practice VII

Recognition of credits Degree in Nursing (2009 syllabus) towards Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
subject Number of credits Type of credits
21602 - Conceptual Bases and Methodologies for Health Sciences 6 Optional
21627 - Introduction to Qualitative Research in Health 3 Optional
Degree in Psychology
Degree in Psychology Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
  • 21300: General Psychology
  • 21305: Psychology of Development throughout the Live Cycle II
22701: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Health
  • 21300: General Psychology
  • 21313: Psychological Intervention Techniques
22701: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Health
21304: Foundations of Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
22706: Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
  • 21307: Foundations of Psychobiology
  • 21312: Biological Psychology
22705: Human Physiology
  • 21311: Social Psychology
  • 21317: Psychological Evaluation and Diagnosis I
21608: Communication and Health
  • 21316: Psychology of Groups
  • 21321: Work Psychology
  • 21326: Psychology of Organisations
22721: Management of Nursing Services
  • 21322: Psychological Evaluation and Diagnosis II
  • 21328: Psychopathology
22717: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
21600: Structure and Function of the Human Body
22700: Anatomy

Recognition of credits Degree in Psychology towards Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
subject Number of credits Type of credits
21308 - Research Methods and Data Analysis in Psychology 6 Optional
Nursing (1997 syllabus)
Nursing (1997 syllabus) Degree in Nursing (2016 syllabus)
  • 1700: Foundations of Nursing
  • 1709: Historic Evolution of Nursing Care
  • 1710: Community Nursing II
  • 22702: Historical Bases of Nursing Professionals
  • 22708: Methodology of Nursing Care
  • 1700: Foundations of Nursing
  • 1710: Community Nursing II
21615: Clinical Practice I
  • 1700: Foundations of Nursing
  • 1710: Community Nursing II
  • 1711: Geriatric Nursing
  • 1712: Medical-surgical Nursing I
  • 1717: Community Nursing III
  • 1718: Materno-infant Nursing I
  • 1719: Materno-infant Nursing II
  • 1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 1721: Medical-surgical Nursing II
  • 1724: Nursing in Emergency Situations
22728: Clinical Practice VI
  • 1701: Anatomy and Physiology
  • 1702: Human Biology
22700: Anatomy
1703: Biochemistry and Biophysics
22703: Biochemistry and Nutrition
1705: Biostatistics
22706: Applied Statistics in Health Sciences
1706: Applied Psychosocial Sciences
22701: Psychosocial Sciences Applied to Health
  • 1706: Applied Psychosocial Sciences
  • 1723: Human Relationships in Nursing
  • 1734: Clinical Interview
21608: Communication and Health
1707: Legislation and Professional Ethics
22707: Ethics and Health Legislation
  • 1708: Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • 1712: Medical-surgical Nursing I
22712: Nursing in Adults I
  • 1710: Community Nursing II
  • 1715: Health Promotion
  • 22704: Education and Health Promotion
  • 22716: Nursing, Primary Care and Global Health
  • 1710: Community Nursing II
  • 1715: Health Promotion
  • 1718: Materno-infant Nursing I
  • 1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 22709: Epidemiology, Public Health and Community
  • 22718: Sexual and Reproductive Health
1711: Geriatric Nursing
21619: Nursing in the Elderly
  • 1711: Geriatric Nursing
  • 1712: Medical-surgical Nursing I
22725: Clinical Practice III
  • 1712: Medical-surgical Nursing I
  • 1721: Medical-surgical Nursing II
  • 22705: Human Physiology
  • 22713: Nursing in Adults II
  • 22714: Nursing in Adults III
  • 22715: Nursing in Adults IV
  • 1712: Medical-surgical Nursing I
  • 1721: Medical-surgical Nursing II
22713: Nursing in Adults II
  • 1713: Pharmacology
  • 1714: Nutrition and Dietetics
  • 22710: Food and Diet Therapy
  • 22711: Pharmacology
  • 1717: Community Nursing III
  • 1721: Medical-surgical Nursing II
  • 22750: Clinical Practice IV
  • 22751: Clinical Practice V
  • 1718: Materno-infant Nursing I
  • 1719: Materno-infant Nursing II
  • 1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
22720: Clinical Practice II
  • 1719: Materno-infant Nursing II
  • 1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
22719: Nursing in Childhood and Adolescence and Family
1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 22714: Nursing in Adults III
  • 22717: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 22722: Nursing in Adults V
  • 1720: Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • 1721: Medical-surgical Nursing II
  • 1724: Nursing in Emergency Situations
  • 22723: Nursing in Adults VI
  • 22724: Palliative Care
1722: Administration of Nursing Services
22721: Management of Nursing Services

Automatic accreditation between higher technical programmes and university courses

Automatic accreditation of credits between courses on higher degree training cycles from the professional groups in the Balearic Islands and university degree courses in Nursing
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22703 - Biochemistry and Nutrition 6
22710 - Food and Diet Therapy 3
22704 - Education and Health Promotion 6
Electives 6
Total 21
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22721 - Management of Nursing Services 3
Electives 6
Total 9
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22704 - Education and Health Promotion 6
Electives 6
Total 12
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22700 - Anatomy 6
Electives 6
Total 12
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22703 - Biochemistry and Nutrition 6
Electives 6
Total 12
CFGS .
Subject Credits
22704 - Education and Health Promotion 6
Electives 6
Total 12

Accreditation of English Skills

In order to be awarded the degree, students must show that they have reached a level of English by the end of their course that equates to level B2 in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), in accordance with how this requirement is stipulated in the curriculum. The different ways to attain this are:

  1. passing the specific English language course on the curriculum.
  2. handing in a certificate or accreditation, recognised by the UIB, which shows the student has obtained a minimum level of English equivalent to B2 in the CEFR.
  3. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on the degree course.
  4. passing a set number of subjects taught in English on a mobility programme.

More information.

Academic Accreditation Committee