Undergraduate Program

Nursing Midwifery

The degree in nursing midwifery is a person-centered training and presents a wide range of roles in the care of women during pregnancy, labor and the post-partum period, and the care of newborns. The course amplifies how nurses and midwives respond with flexibly to patients’ needs, taking a holistic and bio-psycho-social-environmental view of health. The course seeks to bring to the fore the unique contribution of nurses as a combination of professional knowledge, intimate hands-on care, and person-centered and humanitarian values.

The entry requirements for this degree program are:

  1. Grade 12 certificate with English, Maths, Biology plus one Science and any other subject) at credit or better.
  2. Completed A Levels
  3. Equivalent health related qualification (Diploma of Clinical medical sciences, Environmental Sciences, Laboratory Sciences, and Dentistry, Ophthalmology and Diploma in Social Work, Diploma in counselling).
  4. Bachelor’s degree in any related field (Nursing, Social work, Clinical Medicine etc.)

Exceptional consideration for In-service staff:  those in service who have done a diploma in medical sciences; these cadres are clinical officer General, ETH, pharmacy Technology, Diploma in Nursing, Radiographer. These cadres have a medical background, and most of the courses that are covered in the first year first semester and first year second semester were covered during their diploma level.

If you’re looking to be in a wide range of roles in the care of women during pregnancy, labor and the post-partum period, and the care of newborns, this is the best degree for you.

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Chaz Complex

Plot # 2882/B/5/10

Mission Drive, Waterfalls Off Great East Road

P.O Box 34511



Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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Why Study Here?

CHAZ has presence all-over the country and will use the Mission places as centres of information dissemination to reach many people with higher education services.  The Nurse Training schools are already equipped with infrastructure and human resource which will be leveraged by students from remote places without necessarily travelling to Lusaka.  The human resource in the several nurse training schools will be oriented to supervising Chaz university students during tutorials and practical sessions.

Our mission is to sustainably address skill gaps in the Health Sector through Higher Education and Training