i have completed b.sc nursing degree.i want to do forensic nursing now in abroad.so what i have to do know.

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-11-01 14:01:49
    Hi,
    As you have completed Bsc in nursing, you can pursue Masters in nursing,in Canada, there are many good universities in Canada offering this course, find below some of these universities:
    1.University of Alberta.
    Link:tinyurl.com/6amxma9
    2.University of British Columbia.
    Link:tinyurl.com/3nuvphu
    3.University of Victoria.
    Link:tinyurl.com/y264woq
    Universities in Canada have 2 admission intake in a year, namely:
    Fall (August)
    Spring (January)
    So first of all you need to decide in which intake you want admission and accordingly you can start your application process at least 6-7 months in advance of your planned admission intake.
    Average fees at
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    dapinder grewal

    2011-09-09 21:05:40
    hello gagan i think if ur free in these days u should be given ielts exam.!!

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