Nursing and Midwifery Sciences
Degree programme
2-year Master’s
Course title (Classe)
LM-SNT/1 – Scienze infermieristiche e ostetriche

State-regulated: 59 places + 1 place reserved to non-EU students


Friday 30 October 2020 (Information about test)


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Teaching locations

Novara, via Perrone, 18

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Course overview

This course offers excellent cultural and scientific skills in nursing and obstetrics. The programme covers 4 topic areas:

  1. clinical
  2. organisational
  3. educational
  4. investigation and research

You will study in a welcoming environment, with the support of top-class tutors. The course will develop your skills in logical argument and critical, inductive and deductive reasoning.

Key features

  • A team of highly experienced and competent tutors
  • Innovative teaching method
  • Guidance and support when applying for Erasmus and Free-Mover programmes
  • Structured pathway towards completion of the dissertation

Erasmus partner institutes

  • France: Sophia-Antipolis (Nice). 
  • Germany: Marburg.
  • Greece: Patras. 
  • Poland: Wroclaw.
  • Portugal: Lisbon. 
  • Spain: “La Laguna” (Tenerife), "Rovira i Virgili" (Tarragona), Valladolid.  

Career and employment options

Graduates from the Master’s programme of Nursing and Obstetrics can seek work in the following sectors:

  • in all health and healthcare facilities, in leadership roles for innovative projects of reorganisation or introduction of healthcare procedures
  • in company or academic training centres for coordination activities regarding degree courses, teaching, tutoring, educational planning and management
  • in research centres for projects related to the obstetric and nursing fields or in multi-centre and multi-disciplinary projects
  • In all health and healthcare facilities, in roles of Nursing and Obstetrics Services management.

A graduate with this Master’s degree can also enrol for professional training and refresher courses, post-graduate specialisation programmes and research doctorates.