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Learn more about caring for acutely ill adults, and top-up your existing nursing qualification to a BSc (Hons). You’ll learn about current laws, procedures and best practice in this field while enhancing your leadership, decision-making and teamwork skills.
Take a journey through the four pillars of advanced nursing practice. Through the exploration of clinical practice, education, research and leadership, you’ll learn how to apply these to a higher level of contemporary and autonomous clinical nursing practice in your speciality.
If you're a healthcare assistant who wants to develop your skills and play a fuller role in your nursing team, our foundation degree is for you. On successful completion of the course, you can opt to study for a full honours degree - and ultimately, become a registered nurse.
Already a qualified nurse or midwife? Join our degree course in Year 3 to develop your understanding of child health, and how you can deliver high standards of care to infants, children, young people and their families.
Our Masters course is ideal for registered nurses who wish to develop their careers. It explores the challenges facing nursing today as it builds on its essence as a caring profession, while incorporating new technologies, ideas and approaches to healthcare.
Become a confident, compassionate nurse with the knowledge and skills you need to deliver high-quality, person-centred nursing care. Our course lets you study for an honours degree while you work, with no tuition fees.
If you’ve successfully completed a foundation degree in nursing, or a related subject, top-up to a full honours degree and become a registered child, adult or mental health nurse. Study while you work, with no tuition fees.
The future of successful health services lies in extensive provision in primary care and the community. Higher numbers of nurses will be needed to work and lead in this area, as autonomous and confident practitioners. If you're a nurse working in general practice, community and primary care settings, our Masters course is specially tailored to your needs.
Whether you are currently working as a primary care or community nurse, or planning to do so, our course will provide you with a bespoke career pathway. It prepares you to enter a variety of areas such as: 'walk-in centres', general practice, nursing people in their own homes or specialist clinics (dermatology, sexual health, diabetes...)
Our part-time Social Work course is a flexible way to train as a Social Worker. At the end of our course of will be able to register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and begin your career. Social work is a varied and rewarding career with its share of the unexpected and offers an opportunity to make a difference.