UK bachelors degree with lower second-class honours or higher, GCSE English language and maths 4-9 or A*-C. You will be required to successfully complete a Recognition of Prior Learning as a condition of entry to the programme. . Subject to satisfactory health and DBS checks. submit evidence of:990 hours of relevant theoretical learning from your first degree or employment and 110 hours of practice worked in a healthcare environment under the supervision of a registered healthcare professional.
Months of entry
Become a Nurse, or expand your practice, and change patients' lives.
This two year master’s is designed for graduates and career changers who want to become a registered Nurse. It's also ideal if you’re already a qualified Nurse and want a second field of registration.
You'll learn to provide world-leading* care and support to neonates, children, adolescents and their families. You'll graduate able to make complex decisions, evaluate practice, coordinate care, and advocate for your patients' needs.
You will enhance your studies through a varied range of practical experience during placements to help you develop into the role of a nursing professional.
*Nursing at Southampton is ranked 6th in the world, QS World Rankings by Subject 2023.
Information for international students
Not usually open to international or EU applications without previous UK studies.
Fees and funding
Additionally, to support living costs, eligible (UK) students may be eligible for a Student Finance maintenance loan; also a £5,000 NHS Training Grant of £5,000 per academic year.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time24 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions Enquiries
- +44 (0) 23 8059 4732