Bachelor of Nursing Science

180 ECTS credits (start autumn-11)

Overview

Profile - General Content


The aim of the Nursing Programme at BTH is for the student to acquire knowledge and skills within the nurse's main core competencies: Person-centred care, Working in a team, Evidence-based care, Improvement for quality development, Safe care and Informatics. The course programme at BTH should be linked to technology, innovation and sustainable development and have a strong international character, offering the opportunity, among other things, for student exchange within and outside Europe. The Nursing Programme at BTH offers the scientific knowledge on which general healthcare is based. The programme also provides knowledge of the anatomy, physiological functions, development and behaviour of healthy and ill people. The programme demonstrates the link between a person's state of health and the physical, mental, social and cultural environment. The programme also provides knowledge about the values and ethics in the profession and the general principles for care and welfare. During the programme students will have the opportunity to practise integrating and implementing new research results and learning to reflect on their own personal approach in relation to research and development.

Person-centred care is characterised by the patient being seen, understood and treated based on individual needs, values and expectations. The nurse and his/her team should be able to deal with the patient and relatives using evidence-based knowledge, empathy and an ethical approach. Teamwork promotes continuity and reinforces competencies and safety for the patient in the healthcare system. The nursing profession also includes being a leader, being able to supervise and teach the team, the patient and relatives and working on a preventive basis as a health educator. The nurse takes part continuously in improvement work to develop quality, know-how and safety for the patient and the team. Communication, information technology and health technology within healthcare are in a constant state of development and form a working process in which the nurse must be involved.

Qualification Awarded

The education leads up to a first-cycle qualification with the description
Nurse degree.

The education leads also up to
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Main field of study: Nursing Science.

Equivalent description in English is
Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Main field of study: Nursing Science.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2011-August-29 until
2014-June-02

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Level

First cycle

Main field of study

Nursing Science

Programme manager

Links

Number of seats

75

Admission

Prerequisites


Apart from basic qualification for university studies (pass grades in the core subjects Swedish, English and mathematics) the following applies for admission to the course programme:
Area qualification 16: Mathematics B and Civics A, General Science B (or Physics A, Chemistry A and Biology A) with at least a Pass grade.

Read more about general admission requirements.

Admission Criteria


If there are more applicants who satisfy the admission requirements than there are places available when the programme is due to start, a selection process is used. The process is as follows: All qualified applicants are placed in one or more selection groups in parallel and then take part in the selection process within each group.

Selection based on grades:

Gr I without supplements
Gr II with supplements
Gr III Foreign certificates
Gr IV Folk High School

Test selection:

HEC - National university aptitude test

In the national university aptitude test all qualified applicants with a valid national university aptitude test result are included. The minimum pass result for participation in the sample selection is 0.1 credits.

Other applicants:

Applicants who satisfy the qualification requirements but lack a merit rating can only be admitted on condition that all persons in the above groups have been offered a place.

DA - Direct admission can take place in special cases following individual review.

In conjunction with admission to a programme, 67% of the places are allocated based on grades and 33% based on a test. Applicants who satisfy requirements for both selection groups must be included in both.

Qualified applicants with the same merits:

If two or more applicants for an application alternative on the first cycle or second cycle level have the same merit rating, priority is given to the underrepresented gender. Thereafter the places are allocated through the drawing of lots.

For complete information about the selection process, see the BTH admission regulations.

Special selection

During each round of admissions, a number of places are reserved for what is termed special selection. This is done according to the following method:

A number of places for this programme will be allocated through special selection. To take part in the special selection process it is required, apart from the normal preliminary knowledge requirements, that you have successfully completed:
College education at BTH or an approved KY programme within Care, Welfare or Psychiatry at BTH.

Admission Procedure

Read about the admission procedure.

Recognition of prior studies and studies abroad

Student who has been admitted to the programme and has earlier completed a course that corresponds to a course within the programme, can apply for recognition of prior studies. If possible, the student will be offered admission to an alternative course. Studies abroad within the programme can normally be partly or fully recognised. In these cases a decision is made via the Learning Agreement, prior the study period.

Read more about studying abroad.

Practical Information

Practical information is found under 'Prospective students'.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2011-August-29 until
2014-June-02

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Level

First cycle

Main field of study

Nursing Science

Programme manager

Links

Number of seats

75

Learning Outcomes

Profile - General Content


The aim of the Nursing Programme at BTH is for the student to acquire knowledge and skills within the nurse's main core competencies: Person-centred care, Working in a team, Evidence-based care, Improvement for quality development, Safe care and Informatics. The course programme at BTH should be linked to technology, innovation and sustainable development and have a strong international character, offering the opportunity, among other things, for student exchange within and outside Europe. The Nursing Programme at BTH offers the scientific knowledge on which general healthcare is based. The programme also provides knowledge of the anatomy, physiological functions, development and behaviour of healthy and ill people. The programme demonstrates the link between a person's state of health and the physical, mental, social and cultural environment. The programme also provides knowledge about the values and ethics in the profession and the general principles for care and welfare. During the programme students will have the opportunity to practise integrating and implementing new research results and learning to reflect on their own personal approach in relation to research and development.

Person-centred care is characterised by the patient being seen, understood and treated based on individual needs, values and expectations. The nurse and his/her team should be able to deal with the patient and relatives using evidence-based knowledge, empathy and an ethical approach. Teamwork promotes continuity and reinforces competencies and safety for the patient in the healthcare system. The nursing profession also includes being a leader, being able to supervise and teach the team, the patient and relatives and working on a preventive basis as a health educator. The nurse takes part continuously in improvement work to develop quality, know-how and safety for the patient and the team. Communication, information technology and health technology within healthcare are in a constant state of development and form a working process in which the nurse must be involved.

Learning outcomes


Following completion of the programme the student shall be able to
  • work based on a person-centred, scientific, evidence-based, ethical approach to the patient and relatives,
  • identify and show respect for different cultural and trans-cultural conditions and its significance to the meeting with people in a nursing situation,
  • be able to apply nursing, medical science and public health science in the nursing profession to ensure good, safe care,
  • apply supervision and teaching of the patient, relatives and care staff in order to make use of different resources within care provision,
  • apply knowledge of scientific methods and be able to follow and take part in research and improvement in the nursing profession,
  • acquire knowledge from a problem-based, life-long learning perspective and apply it in the nursing profession,
  • lead, communicate and work in the team in order to formulate the nursing work using evidence-based knowledge as a starting point,
  • lead and organise a team and also learn effective strategies and approaches to resolve conflicts,
  • have the capacity and skill to apply and implement information and communication technology as support in the nursing process and to be able to apply sustainable development in the nursing profession.
(Extract from the Swedish Code of Statutes SFS 2006:1053) To be awarded a nursing degree, the student should demonstrate the requisite knowledge and ability required for qualification as a nurse.

Knowledge and understanding

To be awarded a nursing degree, the student must be able to
  • demonstrate knowledge of the scientific foundation of the field and knowledge of current research and development as well as knowledge of the link between science and tested experience and the significance of this link to working in the profession,
  • demonstrate knowledge of planning, management and co-ordination of healthcare work,
  • demonstrate knowledge of conditions in society that affect the health of children, women and men,
  • demonstrate knowledge of relevant statutes
Skills and ability

To be awarded a nursing degree, the student must be able to demonstrate the ability to
  • work independently and in a team with the patient and relatives
  • identify nursing needs, prepare a nursing plan and provide care and treatment,
  • demonstrate the capacity to handle pharmaceuticals adequately and be able to inform the patient about the effects and side-effects of the drug,
  • identify the need for and implement health-promoting and preventive work,
  • initiate method improvement and quality assurance,
  • apply his/her know-how to handle different situations, events and questions based on the needs of individuals and groups,
  • inform and teach different groups and carry out supervisory tasks,
  • present orally and in writing an account of and discuss measures and treatment results with the parties concerned and, in accordance with relevant statutes, document such measures and results,
  • work in a team and co-operate with other professional groups, and
  • critically examine, assess and use relevant information and discuss new facts, events and issues with different target groups and thus contribute to the development of the profession and operations.
Evaluation capacity and approach

To be awarded a nursing degree, the student must be able to demonstrate
  • self-awareness and the capacity to show empathy,
  • the ability to adopt a holistic view of the human being and make an assessment of the requisite measures based on relevant scientific, social and ethical aspects with particular account taken of human rights,
  • the ability to adopt a professional approach to patients and their relatives, and
  • the ability to identify his/her own need for further know-how and to develop his/her competence on an ongoing basis.
Independent work (degree project)

To be awarded a nursing degree, the student shall within the framework of the course requirements, produce an independent piece of work (degree project) comprising at least 15 higher education credits.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2011-August-29 until
2014-June-02

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Level

First cycle

Main field of study

Nursing Science

Programme manager

Links

Number of seats

75

Structure

Mode of delivery


The education comprises 180 credits (HE credits), which corresponds three the full-time studies of year and the main field of study within the nursing programme is nursing. The education leads up to both a professional qualification as nurse and a Bachelor's degree in nursing. The education includes medicine and public health subjects as well. The education consists of both theoretical and placement (VFU). The placement is carried out within different health settings in Blekinge's municipalities and in the County council Blekinge. The problem-based learning (PBL) is used as teaching model. The education is IT-oriented and integrates research within nursing, medicine and public health. The education also constitutes basis for continued studies within the nursing profession and for studies on advanced and third cycle. A credit corresponds to a credit point in European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).


The aims of the course programme are achieved through the courses that are included in the degree. Assessment and examination take place on the course level and details regarding examination and grading are to be found in each syllabus.

During the course of the programme each course is evaluated and the course evaluations form the basis for future development work.

NOTE! It is the start term of the course that is stated below. See each course to find out the actual length of the course.
 

Courses autumn semester 2011

Compulsory courses

Profession and Nursing, 9 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge in the scientific and professional approach of the nurse. The course also aims to introduce the student to study at higher education level and academic writing.

Read all information about the course 'Profession and Nursing' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Nursing Profession and Society, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of the nursing profession in the community in order to deal with individuals from different social and cultural groups. The course also aims to provide the student with basic knowledge of the professional role of the nurse as a health educator.

Read all information about the course 'Nursing Profession and Society' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Placement,The meeting with people,, 6 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of the meeting with individuals in different care contexts.

Read all information about the course 'Placement,The meeting with people,' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Medicine I, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology in order to understand the structure and interaction between cell, tissue, organ and organ system as well as the interaction between the human being and nature.

Read all information about the course 'Medicine I' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses spring semester 2012

Compulsory courses

Basic Nursing, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of the individual's basic and specific nursing requirements, physical and mental as well as social, cultural and spiritual. The course also aims to provide the student with fundamental knowledge of the nursing process in order to understand its function for the nurse in the meeting with the care client and his/her relatives.

Read all information about the course 'Basic Nursing' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Placement, Man and Nursing Care, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire more in-depth knowledge of the nursing process and apply this knowledge in the meeting with persons in need of care. A further aim of the course is for the student to train in basic elements of nursing.

Read all information about the course 'Placement, Man and Nursing Care' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Medicine II, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of microbiology and nursing hygiene in order to understand risks and assure routines. A further aim of the course is for the student to acquire knowledge of the level of preparedness of the body to preserve the inner balance with the aid of physiological and psychological defence mechanisms.

Read all information about the course 'Medicine II' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Medicine III, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of pathology, psychopathology and medical technology. A further aim of the course is for the student to acquire knowledge of general pharmacology and the handling of pharmaceuticals.

Read all information about the course 'Medicine III' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses autumn semester 2012

Compulsory courses

Nursing in ill health, 12 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire knowledge of ill-health in the individual in different care contexts. The course also aims to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge of the care process and its significance to the function of the nurse in dealings with patients and relatives.

Read all information about the course 'Nursing in ill health' (the link opens in a new window)
 
The nurse and Health promotion, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire knowledge and develop an understanding of salutogenes and a health-promoting approach as a starting point for prevention and health-promotion work in the role of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'The nurse and Health promotion' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Elective courses

Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for students to acquire in-depth knowledge within psychiatric care and dementia care and integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Using evidence-based care as the starting point, the aim is to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to help students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the patient's and their relatives' situation in conjunction with ill health in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on primary care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within primary care and integrate theoretical training and practical training on placement. The course aims, using evidence-based care as a starting point, to combine the best available scientific knowledge with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to enable students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the situation of the patient in conjunction with ill-health and the situation of the patient's relatives in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on primary care' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within somatic care and to integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Founded on evidence-based care, the course aims to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the patient's individual situation and experience in order to provide as good and effective care is possible. The course also aims for students to be in a position to reflect on and acquire a greater depth of understanding of the patient's and the relatives' situation in conjunction with ill-health in order to provide person-concentrated care in the role of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses spring semester 2013

Compulsory courses

Nursing, scientific theories and methods, 9 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
?The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge of scientific theories and methods. A further aim is for the student to be able to write and defend a project plan independently prior to a first cycle care degree project.

Read all information about the course 'Nursing, scientific theories and methods' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Elective courses

Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for students to acquire in-depth knowledge within psychiatric care and dementia care and integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Using evidence-based care as the starting point, the aim is to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to help students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the patient's and their relatives' situation in conjunction with ill health in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on primary care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within primary care and integrate theoretical training and practical training on placement. The course aims, using evidence-based care as a starting point, to combine the best available scientific knowledge with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to enable students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the situation of the patient in conjunction with ill-health and the situation of the patient's relatives in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on primary care' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within somatic care and to integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Founded on evidence-based care, the course aims to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the patient's individual situation and experience in order to provide as good and effective care is possible. The course also aims for students to be in a position to reflect on and acquire a greater depth of understanding of the patient's and the relatives' situation in conjunction with ill-health in order to provide person-concentrated care in the role of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for students to acquire in-depth knowledge within psychiatric care and dementia care and integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Using evidence-based care as the starting point, the aim is to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to help students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the patient's and their relatives' situation in conjunction with ill health in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on care in psychiatric and dementia' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on primary care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within primary care and integrate theoretical training and practical training on placement. The course aims, using evidence-based care as a starting point, to combine the best available scientific knowledge with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the situation and experience of the individual patient in order to provide the best and most effective care possible. The course also aims to enable students to reflect on and deepen their understanding of the situation of the patient in conjunction with ill-health and the situation of the patient's relatives in order to provide person-centred care in the capacity of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on primary care' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge within somatic care and to integrate theoretical training with practical training on placement. Founded on evidence-based care, the course aims to combine the best available scientific know-how with tried and tested experience and knowledge of the patient's individual situation and experience in order to provide as good and effective care is possible. The course also aims for students to be in a position to reflect on and acquire a greater depth of understanding of the patient's and the relatives' situation in conjunction with ill-health in order to provide person-concentrated care in the role of nurse.

Read all information about the course 'Teaching Practice focuses on somatic care' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses autumn semester 2013

Compulsory courses

Nurses as leaders, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to acquire in-depth knowledge of the role of the nurse as a leader and educator in different care organisations. A further aim of the course is for students to understand the importance of, and be able to implement, change and improvement work.

Read all information about the course 'Nurses as leaders' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Degree Project in Nursing Science, 15 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable students to go into greater depth and to apply previous knowledge in care and research processes in order to complete a care degree project on the first cycle level. The course also aims to enable students to go into greater depth and apply knowledge by critically examining and analysing scientific work.

Read all information about the course 'Degree Project in Nursing Science' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Elective courses

Courses spring semester 2014

Compulsory courses

Nursing care in acute situations and permissions, 4.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for students to go into greater depth and understand care needs in conjunction with emergency situations, both within and outside a care institution, and be able to apply the principles of disaster medicine.A further purpose of the course isto enable students to deepen their knowledge and to understand and implement care in situations where there is a threat of violence and a risk of injury.

Read all information about the course 'Nursing care in acute situations and permissions' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Focus on the nursing profession, 10.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is to enable the student to summarise and analyse the nurse's main areas and integrate these in order to assume a proficient and authoritative approach to both the profession and academia.

Read all information about the course 'Focus on the nursing profession' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Placement, Professional nurse care in health care activity, 15 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for students to master and apply the nursing profession based on the principal areas of person-centred care, teamwork, evidence-based care, profound knowledge of improvement in the development of quality, safe care and informatics. The course also aims to enable the student to acquire more in-depth knowledge of nursing based on the specific needs of patients and relatives in conjunction with health, ill-health, suffering and well-being and to do so in a respectful manner and to apply that knowledge. Within the course the student will also apply the nurse's teaching function, care planning, leadership and collaboration with other care providers.

Read all information about the course 'Placement, Professional nurse care in health care activity' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Written Work

Bachelor work (degree project) comprising at least 15 higher education credits within the Nursing main field of study.

International element


There is the opportunity to pursue part of the studies during Years 2 and 3 abroad. We have a successful exchange programme with several countries. As an exchange student you will have the opportunity to gain an insight into the healthcare system in other countries.

Read about study abroad

Job Profiles

Following completion of the programme, a nurse can work nationally and internationally in both the private and public sector.

Further Studies


You can move on to train as a specialist nurse or to study on the second cycle and third cycle level (master's degree and PhD).

The following programmes are available on the second cycle level at BTH:
  • Specialist nursing degree, specialising in geriatric care
  • Specialist nursing degree to become a district nurse
  • Master's programme in nursing science
The following programmes are available on the third cycle level at BTH:
  • Applied health technology

Programme Advisory Board


The purpose of a small programme committee is, in co-operation with (mainly local) representatives from different areas and students to jointly reflect on the programmes, their quality and their relevance. Provision of advice prior to strategic decisions.
Participants: Programme director, representatives from the main fields of study, a faculty representative, a student representative, a past student, representative(s) from the labour market/supervisors for students in the field or equivalent.
Work specification: Meet at least once each term. Discuss course and programme evaluations, plan possible improvement measures and assure the usability of the programme/employability. Takes place both at the operative representatives and at the School of Health Science.
Contact person: Christel Borg

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2011-August-29 until
2014-June-02

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Level

First cycle

Main field of study

Nursing Science

Programme manager

Links

Number of seats

75

Examination

Qualification Awarded

The education leads up to a first-cycle qualification with the description
Nurse degree.

The education leads also up to
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Main field of study: Nursing Science.

Equivalent description in English is
Degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Main field of study: Nursing Science.

Assessment and grading


The grades awarded are Fail or Pass. The students are examined by means of written and verbal examinations and through continuous assessment of the students' study achievements in conjunction with participation in base group meetings, seminars and group discussions.
A student who fails her examination is entitled to resit the examination within 30 days. A student can resit the examination twice within one year. A student who fails the examination is entitled to resit the examination in theoretical courses a total of five times. A student who fails a placement is entitled to retake the placement on a further one occasion (= two occasions).

Programme Evaluations


During the course of the programme, each course is evaluated and the course evaluations form the basis for future development. The programme as a whole is evaluated during the final course

Alumni

At BTH we have a network for our alumni. If you want to know how it´s like to be a student at BTH, you may send an e-mail to alumni@bth.se.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2011-August-29 until
2014-June-02

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Level

First cycle

Main field of study

Nursing Science

Programme manager

Links

Number of seats

75

 

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