Other Programmes

Diploma in Nursing

Parkway College’s Diploma in Nursing Programme is designed to provide students with sound and valuable educational experiences in Nursing that will prepare them to be competent nurses in various healthcare settings.

If you are keen to embark on a challenging yet fulfilling career as a Nurse, full education sponsorship with monthly allowances may be available for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents.

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Optometry and Clinical Practice

The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Optometry and Clinical Practice programme is a 360 credit honours degree, designed as a two-year part-time course for students who have an approved qualification. The course is awarded by Aston University, United Kingdom in collaboration with Parkway College.

Stage 2 and Stage 4 are conducted in Singapore, and Stage 3 (Practical Modules) conducted at Aston University. The novel mode of delivery allows students to undertake their study in both in Singapore and in United Kingdom. The programme is approved by OOB as a Displayable Additional Qualification.

Phlebotomy Training Course

The Phlebotomy Training Course provides the background required to properly understand the techniques involved in phlebotomy. It includes basic knowledge in human anatomy, the functions of the clinical laboratory, and principles of infection control, personnel protection and relevant techniques in properly performing phlebotomy.

Participants who are non-healthcare trained candidates without any supporting healthcare facility are required to secure their own clinical placements to fulfil their clinical requisites.

Master of Health Administration

The Master of Health Administration course aims to enhance the competencies of middle level health service managers, equipping them to move to more senior management positions. It is designed to allow students to investigate advanced issues in management through both industry based projects and seminar topics offered at the masters level.

If you would like to advance your career in the health sector, postgraduate studies in Healthcare Management will help you achieve your goals. The 2-year part-time course is awarded by Flinders University, Australia in collaboration with Parkway College.

Parkway College’s Diploma in Nursing Programme is designed to provide students with sound and valuable educational experiences in Nursing that will prepare them to be competent nurses in various healthcare settings.

If you are keen to embark on a challenging yet fulfilling career as a Nurse, full education sponsorship with monthly allowances may be available for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents.

The Bachelor of Science (Honours) Optometry and Clinical Practice programme is a 360 credit honours degree, designed as a two-year part-time course for students who have an approved qualification. The course is awarded by Aston University, United Kingdom in collaboration with Parkway College.

Stage 2 and Stage 4 are conducted in Singapore, and Stage 3 (Practical Modules) conducted at Aston University. The novel mode of delivery allows students to undertake their study in both in Singapore and in United Kingdom. The programme is approved by OOB as a Displayable Additional Qualification.

The Master of Health Administration course aims to enhance the competencies of middle level health service managers, equipping them to move to more senior management positions. It is designed to allow students to investigate advanced issues in management through both industry based projects and seminar topics offered at the masters level.

If you would like to advance your career in the health sector, postgraduate studies in Healthcare Management will help you achieve your goals. The 2-year part-time course is awarded by Flinders University, Australia in collaboration with Parkway College.

The Phlebotomy Training Course provides the background required to properly understand the techniques involved in phlebotomy. It includes basic knowledge in human anatomy, the functions of the clinical laboratory, and principles of infection control, personnel protection and relevant techniques in properly performing phlebotomy.

Participants who are non-healthcare trained candidates without any supporting healthcare facility are required to secure their own clinical placements to fulfil their clinical requisites.