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We offer undergraduate courses in Nursing and MidwiferyClinical Physiology (Healthcare Science), Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Podiatry as well as Undergraduate-level Post-Qualifying courses for those who may not have a first degree.

Nursing and Midwifery

Our Bachelor of Nursing degrees (Hons) comprise three core specialisms; Adult, Child and Mental Health. These are available as single-field and dual-field pathways. We also offer a Bachelor of Science Degree (Hons) in Midwifery. Upon successful completion of each of these programmes you will be eligible to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

Please note: if you already have a first degree in any subject, you may be eligible for our Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Nursing. Our PGDip programme is currently funded by the NHS for UK and EU students, meaning that for 2018 enrolment, you will have no tuition fees to pay.

B720 BSc (Hons) Bachelor of Midwifery

BSc Midwifery

Take advantage of a values-based curriculum that gives you a profound understanding of the pregnancy and childbirth experience.  

B745 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Adult)

BN Nursing (Adult)

A 3 year BN (Adult) degree that enables you to become an outstanding nurse and make a real difference to those in your care.

B735 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Child)

BN Nursing (Child)

A 3 year BN (Child) degree that prepares you for a challenging and rewarding career caring for children in a variety of health care settings.

B760 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Mental Health)

BN Nursing (Mental Health)

A 3 year BN (Mental Health) degree that prepares you to lead and deliver excellent nursing care for those with complex mental health problems.

B746 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Adult and Child)

BN Nursing (Adult & Child)

A 4 year BN (Adult and Child) dual-field degree that enables you to develop knowledge and expertise in both fields. Dual field nurses are highly sought after in both acute and community settings.

B747 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Adult and Mental Health)

BN Nursing (Adult & Mental Health)

A 4 year BN (Adult and Mental Health) dual-field degree that prepares you to provide dynamic nursing care for individuals with a range of mental and physical health problems.

B748 BN (Hons) Bachelor of Nursing (Child & Mental Health)

BN Nursing (Child & Mental Health)

A 4 year BN (Child and Mental Health) degree that prepares you for a career working in children's nursing, mental health nursing, or indeed both.

Clinical Physiology (Healthcare Science), Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Podiatry

Each of our healthcare courses; Clinical Physiology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Podiatry are three year full-time programmes. Upon successful completion, you will be eligible to register for practice with the associated regulatory body such as the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists (RCCP) (for BSc Healthcare Science - Cardiac Physiology) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) for the other professions.

Please note: if you already have a first degree, you may be eligible for our (pre-registration) MSc Physiotherapy programme. The course is funded by the NHS for UK and EU students, meaning that for 2018 entry you will have no tuition fees to pay.

B920 BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

BSc Occupational Therapy

Learn from leading and active research academics and graduate with the latest scientific knowledge.

B160/B161 BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

BSc Physiotherapy

A dynamic healthcare profession that uses a physical approach to establish all round wellbeing.

B985 BSc (Hons) Podiatry

BSc Podiatry

Our BSc Podiatry degree is the only Russell Group podiatry degree available.

Undergraduate-Level Post-Qualifying Courses

These courses are available to individuals who are registered with a relevant regulatory body such as the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

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