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There's a significant difference between someone who attended school of nursing and someone who got a degree in nursing from a university.

Below are the differences.

  1. A school of nursing graduate isn't qualified to serve (NYSC) while a university graduate is qualified to go for service.
  2. A school of nursing graduate cannot get any gainful employment from the federal or state government except he/she has double qualifications (like nursing + midwifery certificate)
  3. A school of nursing graduate cannot get jobs abroad with double qualifications also.

So you'll need double qualifications to gain meaningful employment as a school of nursing graduate. But double qualifications do not qualify you for NYSC.

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Topic starter

There's a significant difference between someone who attended school of nursing and someone who got a degree in nursing from a university.

Below are the differences.

  1. A school of nursing graduate isn't qualified to serve (NYSC) while a university graduate is qualified to go for service.
  2. A school of nursing graduate cannot get any gainful employment from the federal or state government except he/she has double qualifications (like nursing + midwifery certificate)
  3. A school of nursing graduate cannot get jobs abroad with double qualifications also.

So you'll need double qualifications to gain meaningful employment as a school of nursing graduate. But double qualifications do not qualify you for NYSC.

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