his Master’s degree is not reliant on clinical placements, although the opportunity to observe healthcare provision will be included. The focus of this MSc is on developing a critical assessment of the principles which underpin nursing practice in the 21st century.
This MSc will benefit from access to the new simulation suite on campus to optimise opportunities for enhancing clinical practice at an advanced level, as well as academic skills.
All units of study provide credits which are built up to offer exit routes at the following stages:
• MSc International Nursing Studies (180 credits)
• PgDip International Nursing Studies (120 credits)
• PgCert International Nursing Studies (60 credits)
This MSc programme aims to expand critical and intellectual perspectives of nursing and healthcare provision to enable the student to be a catalyst for change and to recognise transcultural potential and the international transferability of concepts of care at an advanced level.
Applicants should be primarily International graduate nurses who wish to study at an advanced level in the UK. Students should be able to demonstrate their ability to study at an advanced level and should be current nursing practitioners in their country of origin.UK based nurses, should have an active registration with the NMC and be able to demonstrate ability to study at this level.All applicants are expected to be able to demonstrate a period of nursing experience during the previous twelve months.IELTS 6.5
Recipient: Manchester Metropolitan University
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