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A first degree in Nursing at Upper Second class (2.2) or higher, or the international equivalent.
Students will also be required to have registration with the relevant professional body in their home country with a minimum of 6 months professional experience.
Students must be able to evidence proficiency in English have an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent (with at least 5.5 in each sub-tests) – please see here (PDF File 111 KB) for more details on accepted English language qualifications.
Months of entry
This newly developed one-year full time Masters in Nursing (International) course is specifically designed for nurses from overseas looking to develop personally and in their professional nursing careers. Access and integration of technology and innovations are changing nursing practice globally. Nurses need to embrace change and innovation to become more adaptive and resilient to the challenges facing healthcare.
The course reflects contemporary practice in the UK. It focuses on integrated approaches to care with an emphasis on health promotion, improving patient outcomes and promoting wellbeing in patients with long-term conditions within an ageing society with transferability to other international healthcare settings.
Studying at London South Bank University offers students from other countries opportunities to access UK professional, educational and values-based expertise delivered by experienced nurse educators.
The course will further develop and enhance the practitioner’s clinical assessment and decision-making skills and provide them with the leadership and research skills to lead and promote evidence based practice in their own countries.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
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