You must have the following:
- An Honours degree (2:1) or a qualification of an equivalent standard, in a discipline appropriate to that of the proposed programme to be followed. On occasions we may accept a Honours degree (2:2) with substantial relevant experience.
- GCSE English and Maths at grade 4 or above, or grade C or above if awarded under the previous GCSE grading scheme or equivalent.
- Applicants are required to successfully demonstrate that they have completed 550 hours of theory through studying/reading and 325 hours of practice before they start the course using Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) (Nursing and Midwifery Council [NMC] requirement). A broad range of experience can be used for this including observations and reading. Your experience and learning may have occurred outside a typical ‘practice’ area but is still applicable, for example you may have cared for a family member or a friend and as a result observed different aspects of nursing/care on an informal basis. If you are successful at interview support will be provided on how to complete this document face-to-face, by phone or on-line.
If your first language is not English, you will need to meet the minimum requirements of an English Language qualification. The minimum for IELTS is 6.5 overall with no element lower than 6.0, or equivalent will be considered acceptable. Read more about the University’s entry requirements for students outside of the UK on our Where are you from? information pages - https://www.hud.ac.uk/international/where-are-you-from/
If you hold any other qualifications which are not listed, please contact us before applying for this course.
Offers will be subject to an interview, an Occupational Health assessment and references. Please note all the information provided in support of your application may be checked and must be verifiable as a true record.
You also need satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), occupational health clearances and APL (NMC) evidence prior to registration on the course. We arrange these as part of the application process. You will be required to sign a self-declaration at the start of each year and at the end of the course. All police contact during the course must be reported to the course leader as a matter of urgency and may lead to suspension or termination.
Please note: there are a limited number of places on the course and the demand is generally high, therefore we may not interview all applicants who meet the required entry criteria due to this competitive process.
Months of entry
This course currently offers:
• Graduate eligibility to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and work as a Registered Nurse for Adults.
• Teaching by committed and passionate lecturers and mentors who are research active and have extensive and varied experience in adult nursing.
• Innovative and contemporary teaching and learning environments, including a fully equipped simulated ward in which you will learn in a safe environment.
• Strong links with NHS Trusts within the West Yorkshire region, which is a great way to build your own contact list for the future.
• Student support and services from personal tutors, year leaders as well as academic learning support and experienced mentors in practice.
• The opportunity to network with professionals from different disciplines and share best practice.
The course provides the opportunity for those who have studied an undergraduate degree in a health related subject, to undertake a two year full-time Master's course and upon successful completion receive eligibility for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) within one of the four fields of Nursing: adult, child, learning disability and mental health.
This course helps you to communicate effectively and develop your critical and analytical skills, preparing you to become a competent, caring, compassionate, courageous and committed registered nurse.
The intensive two year course comprises of 50% theory and 50% practice, where you will undertake placements in primary and secondary care settings. The course consists of three stages, each comprising of two or three compulsory modules. Throughout the duration of the course you will undertake five theory modules and three theory/practice modules, which are shared with students from the other fields of nursing. Your practice learning will be field specific, predominantly relating to nursing adults aged 18 years and above, with a wide range of physical, psychological and social needs.
Fees and funding
Tuition fees for our health professional courses are currently paid for by the NHS, and in most cases a bursary will be available. To qualify for funding, you must be studying a course which leads to a professional registration, be that full-time or part-time. You must also meet the eligibility criteria and residency rules. Further information about bursaries is available on the NHS Business Services Authority website.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Admissions Assistant (B7K6 and H560)
- 01484 472699