Bachelor’s degree in Nursing

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    If you are about to enter university or have been there for a short time, there are some basic concepts that you should be aware of. 

    In this video we will explain the most common ones: bachelor’s degrees, double degrees, ECTS credits, Deusto degrees, specialisations, dual degrees, honour loans, etc.

    A practical and dynamic learning method

    Deusto learning model (MAUD)

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    Experiential context

    We know that we learn from experience. Therefore, at Deusto, our starting point is students’ previous knowledge.

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    Reflective observation

    Once these preliminary outlines have been established, it is essential to observe them and also to question them.

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    Conceptualisation

    We compare our previous knowledge with written theory on the subject.

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    Active learning

    Learning needs not only to understand that theory but to put it into practice. To this end, activities, exercises, practices, projects and/or research work are carried out, where each student applies different skills.

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    Assessment

    Finally, the assessment process involves reflection on what the student has learned and evaluation of the work completed.

    How will I learn?Teaching methods

    Workshops

    These workshops are conducted in small groups of students and involve a variety of activities to integrate knowledge and skills from various clinical disciplines.

    Pre-clinical practice at the Pedro Arrupe Virtual Hospital

    The aim is to train for patient care in real-life contexts.

    Simulation of scenarios and processes

    Among other simulations, you will practice basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures or basic interventional procedures (venous access, immobilisation techniques).

    Standardised or simulated patient programme

    You will carry out activities with actors trained to act as patients for teaching purposes, who will show you certain clinical pictures previously arranged with the teaching staff. 

    Seminars and classroom practice

    To explore specific topics in depth , case-based teaching, problem-solving or theory presentations.

    Laboratory practicals

    In small groups, you will carry out different procedures related to the theoretical content (tests, measurements, experiments…) in a practical way and with an approach linked to the scientific and research context. 

    External clinical practice

    You will do work placements in health centres, hospitals and other health care facilities. These are pre-professional practices that allow the development of professional skills and values, care communication skills, clinical reasoning...

    Roundtable or Forum

    To discuss a topic, share opinions or experiences in front of an audience. This methodology is particularly interesting when presenting a topic from different perspectives, and when there are experts who can give a group's view on a particular topic.

    Lectures / Seminars

    You will combine all practical activities with theoretical content in the classroom. 

    Bilbao Campus

    Academic calendars, timetables and exam dates

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    Academic calendar 2021-2022

    Official academic calendar 

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    Timetables 2022-2023 Year 1

    Provisional timetables subject to change.

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    Campus Donostia

    Calendario, horario y fechas de exámenes

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    Calendario escolar 2021/2022

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    Horarios 2022-2023 1.º Curso

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    Deusto

    Academic regulations

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    Deusto

    Academic regulations

    It is important to know the regulations governing undergraduate degree programmes. They contain full information about the number of exam sessions you are allowed to sit, requirements to continue in the degree programme (minimum number of credits you must pass per year, moving on to the next year of study, maximum time allowed to complete the degree….), regulations for recognition of credits and the General Academic Regulations.

    You can see all the academic regulations on the Academic Regulations section on the Deusto student website you can consult all the academic regulations.