Becoming a Nurse
Nurses are in a unique position within the health care provision, and can work in a wide variety of settings. It involves caring for individuals, families and communities in order to maintain levels of good health. It can be a demanding career, but can also be incredibly fulfilling and rewarding, and it can provide you with a choice of career pathways which can change over the years.
For more information regarding the nursing pay and career structure see NHS Careers.
We have an excellent reputation in offering first-class training within our nursing courses. We believe that our courses will be the start of a lifelong learning process, and we strive to offer programmes that will develop you into a confident and competent practitioner.
BSc (Hons) Nursing with NMC registration
Specializing in adult, child, mental health and learning disability nursing.
Nursing with Registration (Decelerated) BA (Hons)
This is a four year programme of study of a single field of practice; allowing greater flexibility in managing your time and course requirements. Specialising in adult, child, mental health and learning disability nursing.
Nursing with Registration (Dual Registration) BSc (Hons)
European Union Nurse Adaptation (EUNA) Professional
This enables you to combine two fields of practice and gain NMC registration in both, to enhance your knowledge and heighten your employability.
This is aimed at meeting the needs of registered nurses from the EU who wish to register to practice in the UK, and who require a period of adaptation to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council
(NMC) standards for registration.
Life as a student nurse
Your programme of learning will comprise of theory, placement and reading weeks. Each component and module will make different demands on your time as a student.