This course, aimed at registered nurses, is taught by a skilled team of clinical and academic experts who are actively involved in healthcare research and consultancy.
With a focus on relating theory to practice, you'll learn through evidence-based training to give you the skills you need to meet a range of challenges.
Find out more about this course in the programme specification.
You'll learn through lectures, seminars, study visits and group work, hearing from guest speakers from a wide range of academics and industry backgrounds.
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To study this course you'll need:
You must meet the minimum English language requirements to join the course.
APL is the term used when you get credit towards your course for something you learned in the past. It means you might not need to study all of the course including a module or number of modules.
This can come from:
If you think you could get APL, contact our Admissions team.
Please note that if you are a Nursing Associate, this programme will not enable you to become a Registered Nurse. You should contact the lead where you studied your Foundation degree nursing associate programme for advice.
The annual, full-time, fee for this course is:
From August 2021, EU students who are resident in the EU or elsewhere outside the UK will be charged international fees. Find out more information on how Brexit will impact EU, EEA and Swiss citizens studying in the UK.
Please note: Fees may be subject to change in the next academic year.
This information was correct at the time of publication.
With this degree, you'll take your next steps in becoming a qualified nurse, with the ability to apply for higher management roles in the healthcare sector. With an increased demand for better-qualified nurses, this course will help you take your career to the next level.
You could work as a nursing consultant, research nurse, clinical nurse specialists or general practitioner nurse with an average starting salary of £29,000 (according to Glassdoor).
We know that interests can change over time. That's why this course has been designed to give you flexibility in your career, making sure you're always in demand and can work where you want.
This degree focuses on real-world learning, teaching you how to achieve more in the workplace. Classroom studies are backed up by opportunities outside the lecture room to give you a diverse and exciting education.
Completing this course will not make you eligible to work as a nurse in the UK if you're an international student. To do this, you must be registered with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC).
Our course does not lead to professional registration with the NMC.