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  Nursing Science Registered Nurse (Mental Health) MSc

Northumbria University    Nursing, Midwifery and Health

Full time January MSc 2 years full-time
Nursing & Health (27)

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Embark on a transformative journey with Northumbria University's Nursing Science Registered Nurse (Mental Health) MSc programme. Designed to meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council's 'Future Nurse' standards, this two-year Masters equips you to lead the profession of mental health nursing. Delve into a blend of theory and practice at the Coach Lane Campus and on placement, fostering a holistic approach to care. The innovative curriculum nurtures curiosity, creativity, and collaboration, empowering you to make a genuine impact on mental health and wellbeing. Benefit from cutting-edge facilities at the Clinical Skills Centre, including virtual reality equipment and Simulated Mannequins for hands-on learning. With a focus on research, leadership, and advanced practice, you'll graduate ready to drive forward changes in the nursing profession. To qualify, you need a 2:2 honours degree or equivalent, along with GCSEs in English and Mathematics. Elevate your nursing career and be part of shaping the future of healthcare.

About the course

Northumbria University has an established reputation for excellence and innovation in nursing education. We are working closely with our NHS partners to deliver a pre-registration Nursing Science Masters that embodies the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s ‘Future Nurse’ standards, to equip you to lead your profession. 

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of a 2:2 honours degree or equivalent in any subject, and GCSEs at Grade 4 (Grade C) or above in English Language and Mathematics.

Applicants will be required to attend an interview. Following interview, applicants will be asked to complete an RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) document to provide evidence of undertaking a minimum of 500 hours of occupational or voluntary care work, and a minimum of 700 hours of appropriate theoretical learning and understanding, which can be evidenced from a previous degree and practice.

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