St. Luke’s College of Nursing and Midwifery was established in 1972. Its goal on inception was to train nurses for its hospital and health centers, but today, due to the national demands and trends of development, both its mission and goal have changed.
The initial enrollment at the college was as low as 6 per annul, but recently it has grown gradually to over 60 as of April 2008. This has also seen an increase in numbers for both academic and non-academic staff.
St. Luke’s College exists to train nurses, midwives and other health care providers who contribute to the improvement of the health status of Malawians through the provision of quality hospital and community based nursing and midwifery health care services to the diverse society.
The college believes that nurses should always be at their “BEST” in order to provide safe and appropriate health care services in partnership with individuals, families and communities, as well other associated health professionals.
All applicants are expected to satisfy procedures and criteria for admission to the college, and to submit acceptable certified documents which verify that they have satisfactorily completed all admission requirements.
Students who meet all requirements will be considered for acceptance to the college.
For more info visit the college website.