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  • MSc Nursing (Child)

    Qualify to become a children's nurse in two years instead of three with this masters course. You spend 50% of your course on placement, with the support of the University and an experienced nurse mentor. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration to the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a qualified nurse. Experience and further education can lead to you becoming a clinical nurse specialist and an expert in your chosen area. You can also move into more senior management roles, such as a ward manager or modern matron. Starting salaries are likely to be NHS band 5.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc Nursing (Public Health)

    If you are a post-registration nurse, this course gives you the opportunity to specialise in exciting and challenging public health nursing roles as a health visitor or school nurse. Successfully completing your studies means you fulfil the Nursing and Midwifery Council requirements to practise in these roles.

    • 2-6 Year(s)
    • Part-time / Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc Nursing (Mental Health)

    Qualify to become a mental health nurse in two years instead of three with this masters course. You spend 50% of your course on placement, with the support of the University and an experienced nurse mentor. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration to the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a qualified nurse. Experience and further education can lead to you becoming a nurse specialist and an expert in your chosen area. You can also move into more senior management roles, such as a ward manager or modern matron, where starting salaries are likely to be NHS band 5.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc Nursing (Adult)

    Qualify to become an adult nurse in two years instead of three with this master's course. You spend 50% of your course on placement, with the support of the University and an experienced nurse mentor. Graduates are eligible to apply for registration to the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a qualified nurse. Experience and further education can lead to you becoming a clinical nurse specialist and an expert in your chosen area. You can also move into more senior management roles, such as a ward manager or modern matron. Starting salaries are likely to be NHS band 5.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc Nursing Studies (top up)

    Enhance your skills and top up your current postgraduate diploma to a full masters degree in one year. You develop your critical understanding of appropriate research methodology and contribute to professional practice development within your chosen area.

    • 1-3 Year(s)
    • Distance learning / Part-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Nursing (Adult)

    Let our expert lecturers, practice partners and users of services transform you into a competent and compassionate health professional. Learning will be facilitated by committed and passionate lecturers and mentors, who are research active and have extensive and varied experience in adult nursing.

    If you already have an undergraduate degree you may be interested in our MSc Nursing (Adult).

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • MSc/PgDip Specialist Practice District Nursing

    Specialise in district nursing and take advantage of career opportunities in this area. The course aims to develop you as an expert practitioner in the field of district nursing, equipping you to lead and manage multi-professional teams within an integrated setting. Completing the postgraduate diploma enables you to meet all Nursing and Midwifery Council standards for the specialism and join the NMC register as a district nurse and nurse prescriber. The course comprises 50% practice and 50% theory to ensure your learning can be directly applied to practice.

    • 2 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Specialist Practice District Nursing

    This course is for registered nurses looking to develop their skills in district nursing. Your studies enable you to develop a critical, innovative and reflective approach to address the health care needs of individuals, families, carers, groups and communities. You study full-time and go on placement with one of our healthcare organisation partners. You must have sponsorship (employment) with a health care provider for the duration of the course.

    • 44 Weeks
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Nursing (Mental Health)

    Let our expert lecturers, practice partners and users of services transform you into a competent and compassionate health professional. Learning will be facilitated by committed and passionate lecturers and mentors, who are research active and have extensive and varied experience in mental health nursing.

    If you already have an undergraduate degree you may be interested in MSc Nursing (Mental Health).

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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  • BSc (Honours) Nursing (Child)

    Let our expert lecturers, practice partners and users of services transform you into a competent and compassionate health professional. Learning will be facilitated by committed and passionate lecturers and mentors, who are research active and have extensive and varied experience in children's nursing.

    If you already have an undergraduate degree you may be interested in our MSc Nursing (Child).

    • 3 Years
    • Full-time
    • Collegiate Campus
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