Normally a first degree of at least 2:1 in a Health related subject, plus five GCSEs at Grade C and above including Mathematics, English Language and a Science subject. Students will need to have relevant clinical experience to undertake the two year programme All offers of a place are subject to a satisfactory medical report and receipt of a satisfactory Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) enhanced certificate
Months of entry
This programme provides students with an opportunity to gain an Integrated MNurs/Registered Nurse qualification and acts as preparation both for registration as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and for taking on the responsibilities and accountability involved. It aims to provide graduates holding a health-related degree the opportunity to study at Level 7 – the theory that underpins nursing practice and develops knowledge and skills through evidence-based learning. Practice experience is gained in both hospital and community settings. On successful completion of this programme students will be able to enter Part one (Adult) of the Register held by the NMC.
The Adult Nursing Programme has been developed to prepare students to be safe, effective and caring practitioners who are ready to work with adults with a variety of care needs across a range of dependencies, with a wide diversity of needs and in a varied range of care settings as well as their carers and supporters.
The adult field programme provides students with the skills, knowledge and experience to care for adults across a range of health care settings. The programme focuses on acute illness, older people and the care and management of patients with long term conditions. In addition, the delivery of public health interventions and the care of people at all stages of their life, including end of life care is explored across a range of modules and practice learning experiences.
The framework for the MNurs Award has been specifically designed to permit Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) and Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) as described by the NMC with a view to preparing students who are already graduates and/or who have relevant clinical experience for registration. APL / APEL will involve students making a written submission to detail how the requirements of the course have been met through prior study as well as providing evidence of relevant practice experience in a health care support worker role.
The programme involves continuous assessment of both theory and practice. A variety of assessment methods are used including practical examinations, case studies, essays, written examinations and presentations. Students are also assessed against the NMC’s competencies for registration during a series of practice placements in hospital and the community.
The MNurs programme prepares successful students for a career as a registered nurse in the relevant field of practice. Newly qualified nurses can apply for posts within a hospital or community setting. The MNurs programme may also enable individuals to develop a clinical research career within the NHS.
Information for international students
All non-UK students are required to hold a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 in all elements of the test.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Office
- 0191 243 7900