About the Midwifery Program
Midwifery is one of the oldest and nicest professions in human history. Midwives provide essential care, advice, and support for women and their families during pregnancy, childbirth, and early post-natal stages.
As a midwife, you will share people’s personal experiences as well as help shape them. To thrive in this role you need to be adaptable, compassionate, and dependable, with a sound knowledge of both everyday procedure and potential complications.
The most important qualities of midwives are empathy, compassion, and care for women on their journey to become mothers are the most crucial attributes of midwives, as are calmness and self-confidence in every scenario, as well as professional and ethical behavior with relatives. Students will get a solid theoretical foundation in obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, pediatric medicine, intensive care, and nursing, which they will be able to put into practice in state-of-the-art simulation labs, in addition to improving their interpersonal skills.
Graduate midwives will be well-rounded health professionals who can monitor pregnancies, assist laborers, deliver babies, and manage postpartum processes in close collaboration with medical staff, all while providing adequate emotional support and facilitating bonding between mother and newborn baby. Graduates are able to conduct the process of delivery, monitor mother and newborn child in childbed, look after them and help them with breastfeeding. They can look after, nurse, care for female patients, and perform special treatment for them. They also need to be capable of performing tasks of prenatal and general nursing tasks. The midwifery degree is automatically accepted in the European Union.