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Why do you study NURSING in China?

Created Date: 2022-09-05 14:50:03

Nursing is one of the most popular majors for international students to study in China. Why? Let me tell you!

Why do you study nursing : Advantages

School Fee

For bachelor of nursing program, original school fee is about 2000-4000USD per year and deduct to 1000-2000USD with partial scholarship.

It is less than half of clinical medicine school fee, very affordable for international students!


Compared with chinical medicine, the requirement on applicants is relatively lower, for student who are not the best in the high school, studying nursing is a good choice to fulfill your dream in medical field, because nursing is as important as clinical medicine for patients.


With relatively low school fee, studying in China offers you the greatest education with the most clinical data and examples. Under the help of developed medical acknowledge, technology, and environment, there are lots of experiences for international student to learn.

Why do you study nursing : Prospect


According to research, surgery nurse can earn over 79,000USD a year in the US. In Canada, it can be more than 57,000USD a year, around 67,000USD in the Australia.

Occupation: The world needs more nurses!

According to WHO State of the world’s nursing 2020 report,the global shortage of nurses, estimated to be 6.6 million in 2016, had decreased slightly to 5.9 million nurses in 2018. An estimated 5.3 million (89%) of that shortage is concentrated in low- and lower middle-income countries, where the growth in the number of nurses is barely keeping pace with population growth, improving only marginally the nurse-to-population density levels.

To address the shortage by 2030 in all countries, the total number of nurse graduates would need to increase by 8% per year on average, alongside an improved capacity to employ and retain these graduates. Without this increase, current trends indicate 36 million nurses by 2030, leaving a projected needs-based shortage of 5.7 million, primarily in the African, South-East Asia and Eastern Mediterranean regions. In parallel, a number of countries in the American, European and Western Pacific regions would still be challenged with nationally defined shortages.

Why do you study nursing : Benefits


Based on data from 86 countries, one nurse out of eight (13%) was born or trained in a country other than the one in which they currently practise.

Among the responding countries, there was significant reliance on foreign-born nurses in high-income countries, where 15.2% of nurses were reported to be foreign born or foreign trained. 

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