Develop the knowledge and skills you need for a rewarding career in nursing, where each day gives you the opportunity to make a difference to people’s health and wellbeing.
Our Nursing degrees have been co-designed by our academic experts in partnership with our clinical practice partners, service users and carers.
You'll develop a solid understanding of assessing, leading, co-ordinating and delivering compassionate care to people and their families at home, in the community or in hospital.
With outstanding teaching equipment and facilities, smaller class sizes and individual support, we'll help you develop as a competent and confident critically-thinking nurse, supporting you as you develop within your chosen nursing field.
You can apply now for January 2025 entry. The UCAS application deadline for Nursing courses starting in January 2025 is 31 January 2024. To speak to our Admissions team about your application, please call 0113 283 7123 or email email@example.com
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Our Nursing courses
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Our Nursing degrees include access to outstanding teaching equipment and facilities including clinical suites, simulated clinical environments and replicated community settings, supported by digital health technologies, enabling you to practise your clinical skills in a safe and controlled environment.
Our Nursing courses are approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
On successful completion of our Nursing courses, graduates are eligible to apply to register with the NMC.
Professional work placements
Professional placements are a key element of the applied nature of a nursing degree programme. You will spend approximately half your time in real-world practice in a variety of different settings, completing two 10-week blocks on placement in each academic year. During this time, you’ll be supported by experienced practice supervisors and assessors who will provide tailored feedback and you’ll complete an online portfolio to monitor your progress and achievements while on placement.
Graduates from our Nursing degrees will be eligible to apply to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to practise as a nurse (on the relevant part of the register) in the UK. The vocational nature of these degrees means most graduates progress quickly into employment within their chosen field of Nursing. Career opportunities exist within a variety of settings in hospitals, within the community or through organisations offering specialist support services in the voluntary or independent sector.
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