Nursing graduates at Camilo José Cela University have attained the best marks in the internal resident nurse (EIR) exams this year. A total of 57.1% of UCJC students placed in the strong group (73rd percentile).
According to the Specialised Health Training Management Service of the Ministry of Health, a total of 5,749 nurses have taken the EIR exam to qualify for one of the 1,822 places on offer. Among them, 5,716 came from Spanish universities, ten from EU universities and twenty-three from non-EU universities.
What makes the Nursing Degree at UCJC different from that of other universities?
The Degree in Nursing from the Camilo José Cela University offers students a fully immersive experience in the profession, with a syllabus including 2,000 practical learning hours at hospitals and 300 hours in primary care centres.
UCJC offers a tailored course and real hands-on contact with the world of work. The new UCJC HM Hospitales School of Health Sciences allows Nursing students to integrate their practical learning from the start of their degree with a focus on multidisciplinary and transversal teamwork. New technology, health data and artificial intelligence are blended into this new teaching model and students’ training.