Taught course

Pre-Registration Nursing (Adult or Mental Health)

University of Central Lancashire · School of Health

Entry requirements

Entry requirements: •1st Degree (2:2 or above) •Evidence of literacy (Functional Skills Level 2, KS3 or GCSE Maths Grade C or above) •Evidence of numeracy (Functional Skills Level 2, KS3 or GCSE Maths Grade C or above) •Settled residency status, for three years or more prior to commencement Additional requirements: •Successful course interview •Satisfactory reference, indicating suitability for the course •Statement of good health and good character •Satisfactory Enhanced DBS disclosure •Occupational Health clearance

Adult or Mental Health

Months of entry


Course content

Our new MSc Pre-registration Nursing course allows graduates from any discipline to become registered as a nurse.
Successful completion of this programme leads to the academic qualification of MSc Pre-registration Nursing, as well as professional registration as a nurse (registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council).
Applicants can chose one of two routes: Adult or Mental Health.
The course aims to prepare graduates for future employment as a registered nurse, primarily within the NHS and independent health care sectors. Registered nurses have a wide variety of career pathways open to them, which include a range of clinical specialisms and advanced roles in therapy, education and research.

Fees and funding

This course is an eligible pre-registration health professional training course funded by the Department of Health.

Qualification and course duration


full time
3 months

Course contact details

John Butler
01772 895410