Aspiring nursing students can now sigh relief, as the SEGi KL Nursing Curriculum will begin using a student-centred approach to assessments in 2023. This action follows a review conducted in the fourth quarter of 2022 by the Malaysian Qualification Agency and the Nursing Board of Malaysia, which advocated for a more student-friendly and challenging assessment method.
Gone are the days of extremely stressful question papers, as the SEGi KL Allied Health Sciences faculty guarantees a highly motivating and stress-free assessment planning for the upcoming academic semesters. This new approach will reduce anxiety and promote a positive learning environment for all nursing students.
The SEGi KL’s new approach is expected to improve students’ mental health and academic performance. Furthermore, adopting a student-centred approach has improved students’ academic success. A study published in the Journal of Nursing Education and Practice discovered that students who were taught using a student-centred approach outperformed those taught using a traditional method.
With this new approach, SEGi KL is poised to become a leader in student-centred education, providing all nursing students with a stress-free and empowering learning experience. This move is expected to bring in more students and improve the institution’s reputation in the educational sector.
As the world faces a shortage of nurses, this move by SEGi KL could not have come at a better time. With more nursing students graduating with higher academic achievement and lower stress levels, the healthcare sector can be assured of a brighter future with a highly skilled and motivated workforce.
SEGi KL’s innovative approach to nursing education is a game changer in Malaysia. Nursing students can look forward to a stress-free and empowering learning experience that will prepare them for a successful career in nursing as they prepare for the upcoming academic semesters.