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Studying nursing program at the College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah is the most magnificent, and rewarding experience for my professional and personal growth.
The College of Health Sciences has a strong academic nursing program with a variety of resources that create an excellent learning environment. In addition to readily accessible faculty who share your interests, support, guide, and provide you with the sense of belonging.
Meanwhile, the program has provided me with a rich knowledge base in the concepts of leadership and management, quality, and evidenced-based management prac­tices. The knowledge and skills I gained were immediately transferable to my practice and have helped me to be an effective nurse.

Tahira Mohamed Bashir,RN, BSN.
Staff Nurse, Sharjah Education Council
Jan, 2018

My dream and passion to become a nurse was fulfilled at the University of Sharjah especially, College of Health Sciences/ department of nursing. I graduated from the University of Sharjah. The faculty were always supportive and encouraged me to excel in my studies and to participate in extra-curricular activities including being a member in the Student Council.The four years spent were splendid and has helped me to grow better professionally & personally. I would like to thank all the faculty and staff for making me a competent nurse. I am now a staff nurse in the emergency Department. My clinical preparation prepared me well for the workplace.  Studying at the University of Sharjah was an amazing experience that I will never forget.

Qassim Ali

I am honored to be one of the graduates of the B.Sc. Nursing (Bridging) program at the College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah. I now teach undergraduate clinical courses at the same program.
Studying at University of Sharjah has given me one of the most enriching experiences of my life and opened the way for me to continue my practical experience. When I reflect on my two years at the College of Health Sciences, I find that the experience did not only make me a better nurse, but also prepared me in ways for my career as an instructor. Moreover, in my current role as a clinical instructor, I work with the faculty members who had great impact on my professional development in term of developing my knowledge, skills and attitudes that helps me fulfill my duty as an instructor.
In conclusion, it was a wonderful time in my life and the best educational experience I've had.

Hanan Al Tawil, RN, BSc. Nursing, MQM
Clinical Instructor, College of Health Sciences
Feb, 2015

As a graduate of University of Sharjah, whenever I look back on the choices I made for my future, one of the best choices was to attend the Nursing program .I believe  I received an enormous education that prepared me for my nursing profession. The nurse leaders at the faculty of Nursing make a genuine foundation of nursing skills, scientific knowledge, and an emphasis on integrity . It has a strong curriculum with instructors who have many years of experience as registered nurses. As an adult learner with a family and a full-time job, I appreciated the flexibility of the program.

Falah AlKahtani, BSN, MHCM
Nursing Supervisor

I had my 2nd clinical experience in the Maternity and Child Health Center of Sharjah (MCH) during my Bridging Course study period. I worked in the Lactation Clinic with a wonderful team. Then I joined the Breast Feeding Support Group as volunteer with them. Because of it I found my interest  the lactation profession. On 2009 I passed the exam of the International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Right now I am working as a full time Lactation Consultant in my hospital and a speaker in local Lactation Seminars and conferences.  
Studying at the College of Health Sciences has enriched my mind and skills, gave me confidence in my decisions, widened my social network, and prepared me to be a  better speaker in seminars & conferences.

Salma Haroun Abdel Magid
Lactation Consultant, Staff Nurse at Latifa Hospital Dubai
March, 2015 ​