Undergraduate | Nursing

Nursing is a branch of the health sciences which provides health care based on the knowledge and skills necessary to provide, maintain and enhance the health of the individual, family and community from prevention to rehab in physical, psychological, social and spiritual areas.

Continuing education

Master's degree and Ph.D. degree


The mission of undergraduate nursing education program is the education of nurses equipped with cutting-edge knowledge, skill and efficiency, faith and commitment, compassion and kindness, professional ethics, and effective professional communication to provide nursing care services required by the community from the prevention stage via standard methods and tools.

This program educates nurses who are committed to self-directed learning and regularly update their knowledge and skills in the course of their service in all areas.

Conditions and admission process

Students are admitted to the program via a centralized national university entrance examination from among holders of Experimental Sciences high school diploma who meet the academic, physical health and psychological conditions necessary according to the regulations.

Program duration and form of the educational system

In accordance with the undergraduate standards approved by the Supreme Council for the Planning of Medical Sciences Curriculum, the total number of undergraduate nursing credits is 130 credits offered in four years and eight semesters.

Basic Information:

Program Type:

Degree Based

Level Of study:


School / Faculty:

Hazrat Zeinab(P.B.U.H) School of Nursing



Major (Name Of Program):


This program contact information:







Email Address:

Internationalaffairs@ larums.ac.ir


Hazrat-e- Zeinab School of Nursing- Dr Dadman boulevard Lar Fars Iran

Contact Person Name:

Dr. Seyyed Ali Hosseini

Program Detail:

Length of Training:

4 years

Language Requirement:

Undergraduate students should be able to speak Farsi and English

Admission Requirement:

  • A satisfactory academic record: Applicants must obtain a record of transcripts from the institution they have attended. There is no minimum required GPA to secure admission to an undergraduate program. However, competitive applicants have the GPA of 3.00 or above.

  • A secondary school diploma or the equivalent certificate

  • Curriculum vitae: This includes your personal information as well as your educational background and work experience.

  • Cover Letter: This letter demonstrates which program you are deciding to apply for.

  • Scanned copy of the main page of your passport in high quality in any graphic format (PDF, JPEG, PNG)

  • Passport photo