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Full time September MSc Full-time: 2 years

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WHY MSC NURSING?

The MSc in Nursing is an accelerated nursing programme taking two years to complete (BSc (Hons) Nursing is three years) and is open to applicants who have a Bachelor’s degree with Honours from any field of academic study (for example: English Literature, Sports Science, Biochemistry, or Psychology). Nursing is a rewarding and challenging career that can offer you a wealth of opportunities once you have qualified. As an autonomous registered nurse, in either the Adult or Mental Health field of practise, you will have the opportunity to work alongside people experiencing changes to their health and wellbeing, for example an acute episode of illness or managing an enduring health condition.

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Entry Requirements

For the MSc Nursing (Adult/ Mental Health) you will hold a Bachelor's degree with Honours at a 2:1 in any subject or a 2:2 in a health related subject, such as Biological Sciences, Psychology or Public Health.

You must also hold maths and English GCSE grade 4-9 (A-C) or Functional Skills Level 2 or equivalent.


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