Thompson Rivers University

Canada ,Kamloops, British Columbia | Kamloops, British Columbia

Master of Nursing

  • Duration: 24
  • $ 19604/year
  • IELTS: 7(6.5)
  • Master

In Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, Thompson Rivers University was founded in 1970 as a public teaching and research institution. It stands out as one of British Columbia's top research institutions. TRU is a top choice in Canada for international students due to the extensive range of academic opportunities offered to its students. More than 3,500 international students from more than 100 different countries are enrolled here. TRU Canada offers more than 140 on-campus programs and more than 60 open learning programs in the areas like Business, Arts, Computer Science, Law, Nursing, Sciences, etc. TRU offers degrees like master’s, graduate certificates, bachelor’s degrees, certificates, and diplomas, post-baccalaureate diplomas, associate degrees, Juris Doctor, etc.


Students like the university's broad range of academic offerings, tailored support, and hands-on learning opportunities. Learners are supervised by knowledgeable instructors who provide a flexible, inventive, and creative learning environment.In the interior of British Columbia, within the Secwepemc peoples' traditional territory, are the campuses in Kamloops and Williams Lake. The region around Kamloops is incredibly beautiful, with hiking trails, ski runs, rivers, wildlife, and a rich cultural history. From Vancouver, the trip takes about three and a half hours.

Enter the leadership role. You can develop the information, skills, and talents necessary to contribute to the development of health policy with our Master of Nursing program. You will be able to influence and promote innovative change by using critical and creative thinking.

Our adaptable, open graduate program offers a number of entry points. Leadership and Managing Change in Health Care as well as Indigenous Health Leadership are available as core course options. Graduates will be prepared to fill advanced nursing responsibilities in BC, across Canada, and internationally in complex and dynamic healthcare systems.

Featured in the program:
Earn money while learning. You are able to work and study simultaneously thanks to flexible delivery and progress options.

Finishing the program in two or three years.

Indigenous health leadership, nursing practice, and nurse education curricula using a student-centered approach.

PhD researchers worked in pedagogy, leadership, policy development, Indigenous health, and community and population health.

Experiences in advanced internship and practical learning.

Thesis, major project, or major paper are the three alternatives for completion.


Tuition: $19604 per year


IELTS: 7(6.5)


Academics: 2.8 GPA

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