Taught course

International Nursing Studies

Institution
Manchester Metropolitan University · Department of Nursing
Qualifications
MSc

Entry requirements

Applicants should be primarily International graduate nurses who wish to study at an advanced level in the UK. Students should be able to demonstrate their ability to study at an advanced level and should be current nursing practitioners in their country of origin. UK based nurses, should have an active registration with the NMC and be able to demonstrate ability to study at this level.

MSc

Months of entry

September

Course content

Starting in September 2016, this innovative master's programme will support the professional development of home and international Nursing professionals to improve their knowledge and skills base, enabling them to meet the needs of modern globalised healthcare systems.

Students will work with tutors and international peers to expand their critical and intellectual knowledge of international nursing practice and develop an understanding of different demands, expectations and cultural differences across different healthcare settings.

Teaching on the MSc in International Nursing Studies is delivered by award winning Nurse academics who are experienced in global nursing perspectives, international health markets and international public health strategies. Tutors at Manchester Metropolitan University deliver a high level of student support in order to prepare nurses to work internationally, recognising the transcultural potential and transferability of the concepts of care for their future professional practice.

Students will engage in a rigorous analysis of the social and political dimensions of transcultural and global healthcare, underpinning the need for diversity in nursing and analyse a variety of contemporary global nursing and healthcare issues, which may include:

  • International community and public health projects
  • Workforce development
  • Developing sustainable communities
  • Community responsiveness
  • Communicable and non-communicable disease management.

Teaching

Teaching will be delivered in small groups and take the form of lectures, tutorials, practice scenario building (including simulation and workshops), reflective logs, project work, peer learning, presentations, directed and self directed study, technology enhanced learning and e-learning. This variety of approaches maximises student potential and supports the development of a range of key transferable skills.

Features and Benefits of this programme

  • Access to state of the art simulation equipment and laboratories
  • Advanced Clinical Practice
  • Opportunity to share experience of nursing practice with colleagues from the UK and abroad
  • Open to International students

Fees and funding

Further information on fees and funding for this programme can be found on our website: International Nursing Studies

Qualification and course duration

MSc

full time
12 months

Course contact details

Name
Course Enquiries
Email
courses@mmu.ac.uk