BSc (Hons) Nursing

Course details

You will learn how to observe patients and assess their needs. You will develop the knowledge and skills to plan and deliver the most appropriate care for them and evaluate the results, in both hospital and out of hospital settings. You will learn how to help people stay independent and maximise their well-being, improving their health outcomes and also care for people as they reach the end of their lives. This degree will prepare you to care for adults of all ages with acute and long-term illness, at home and in hospital. You’ll play a vital role in health promotion and disease prevention, as well as nursing sick and injured adults back to health.

Intakes Study Options Location
Jan, Apr 1 year UK

Why Study BSc (Hons) Nursing?

The health and social care sector stands as one of the most rewarding occupational spheres throughout the UK, and as well as being the largest, is one with some of the most job opportunities too. So what better a course to choose than nursing and making a real difference in the world through your service?

In an environment with so many chances to gain valuable experience, healthcare related degrees are almost always accompanied by some kind of relevant part-time work experience; in hospitals or in care homes for example. Concrete experience is invaluable on your CV, and will easily secure you a job.

Career Opportunities:

The addition of a Nursing degree to your experiential arsenal provides opportunities for a variety of senior and influential professions. These include:

  • Paediatrics
  • Mental Health
  • End of Life Care
  • Accident and Emergency
  • Midwifery
  • Surgical Nursing

The opportunity for work experience and study abroad are also invaluable for those looking to endeavour in a career in Nursing, allowing you to gain real practical experience as well as mix with individuals who can advise and guide you to the best career prospects.

Course Structure & Classes

Year 1

  • Essential Skills for Higher Education and Healthcare

  • Search for Health

  • Life Span Development

  • Promoting Individual Health

  • Fundamentals of Nursing Practice

  • Protection of Vulnerable People

  • Introduction to Professional Practice

Year 2

  • Becoming an Effective Professional Practitioner

  • Understanding Altered Physiology

  • Principles of Pharmacology and Medicines Management

  • Nursing Practice and Decision-making 1

  • Introduction to Public Health

  • Developing Professional Practice

Year 3

  • Research in Practice

  • Evaluating and Advancing Nursing Practice

  • Nursing Practice and Decision-making 2

  • Leading and Managing Care Services

  • Advancing Nursing Practice

  • Autonomous Professional Practice

Entry requirements

  • A Level BCC
  • BTEC National Diploma DMM
  • Equivalent level 3 qualifications worth 112 UCAS points
  • 5 GCSEs A-C including Maths and English or equivalent
  • International Baccalaureate
  • Please get in touch with one of our consultants regarding English fluency, work experience and any other inquiries you may have about entry requirements.

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If you need more information, please contact us on 020 3302 7144 or on our CONTACT page to discuss your requirements.