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Full time January MSc 2 years full time 31 January 2023

About the course

Our exciting, innovative two year pre-registration Adult Nursing course is the first of its kind in Scotland that is underpinned by Masters' level education. This will enable you to become a highly educated nurse with longer term potential for roles in areas such as

  • management
  • leadership
  • consultancy
  • educational
  • research

Our course will also prepare you for professional registration, with key components including the delivery of:

  • person-centred care
  • compassionate care
  • values-based care
  • patient safety agenda
  • professional legal and ethical issues

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Entry Requirements

You must: possess an appropriate degree in a biological, health, social science, nursing or related subject; provide a personal/employer reference; provide an academic reference and formal university transcript; undertake successful personal interview, health screening and Protection of Vulnerable Groups screening.


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Student Profile(s)

Aisling McBride

Having completed the MSc I have now embarked upon my PhD. Completing the MSc programme was one of the most rewarding and challenging times of my life, but it opened up a world of opportunities. I graduated not only with Mental Health Nursing registration but additionally with a Masters degree.

Toni McIntosh

There is a good mix of theory and practice with sessions delivered in a way that is informative and enjoyable. The academic side is challenging but students are supported and encouraged to think with a critical mind which will come in useful when I enter the nursing profession as a registered nurse. It’s rewarding to put my learning into practice in various placement experiences.

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