What distinguishes the bachelor's education from the previous diploma education of Health Care and Nursing?
The bachelor's degree in the FHV is a nursing education in the higher education sector. In six or eight semesters, in addition to the academic degree, you will obtain the professional authorization for the higher service in Health Care and Nursing.
The bachelor's degree programme at the FHV is structured as a generalist course of study. During your studies, you will acquire scientific, professional and personality-building skills for Health Care and Nursing. You benefit from a high proportion of practical experience.
During your studies, you will be accompanied by a competent and motivated team of internal and external lecturers, both in theory and in practice.
Comparison of the previous diploma education to the bachelor's degree in:
|Diploma training GKP||Bachelor education GKP|
|4600 hours||4500 hours / 180 ECTS|
|2480 hours of work placement, of which 2% guided||2400 hours of work placement / 96 ECTS|
|Supervising authority is the Office of the Vorarlberg Provincial Government||Supervisory authority is the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria)|
|School operation||Study operation|
|Faculty operations||Bachelor's thesis|
|Practical diploma exam||Integrated nursing assessment|
|Diploma examination||Final bachelor's examination|
|Diploma certificate||Decision on the award of the degree and Diploma Supplement|