The programme can be studied on a full or part time basis, the full time programme is 52 weeks long and part time is 104. Your learning will be 50% theory and 50% practice, and both components are equally weighted for assessment purposes. You will normally be sponsored or seconded by an NHS Trust who provide a practice placement and a Practice Teacher / Mentor who will support your 50% learning in practice. They work in collaboration with the academic team and have a key role in facilitating your practice learning and opportunities, providing support, supervision and guidance in practice to ensure the award outcomes for practice are met. The programme includes a range of core and route specific option modules which means you will be exposed to a range of opportunities enabling you to become a critical reflector; able to analyse and evaluate theory and practice from an evidence base; identify need; instigate, lead and manage change in complex and demanding situations. A variety of teaching and learning methods including web based learning are incorporated into the modules. Assessment strategies are planned to ensure that theoretical concepts are linked to practice. You will have the opportunity to undertake modules with a range of other professionals including post qualified children’s social work students.
International Merit Scholarship
No. of awards TBC
The Merit scholarships will be awarded automatically on application to the University as follows:Applicants with results equivalent to UK First Class degree: £2,000 Applicants with results equivalent to UK 2:1 degree: £1,500 Applicants with results equivalent to UK 2.:2 degree: £1,000
Value of Scholarship(s)
Available to international students enrolling for the first time on campus in September 2015 are are domiciled in one of the following countries:Africa: Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Kenya and Uganda Europe: Norway and Turkey East Asia: China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam Middle East Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE South Asia: Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka South East Asia: Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand
Registered on Part 1 or Part 2 of the Nursing and Midwifery register (the requirement for entry is flexible there is no minimum period of post registration experience required).A first degree with honours. (Candidates without a first degree but with significant appropriate experience may be admitted on the provision of substantial evidence of their ability to undertake the award).IELTS score minimum 7 or equivalent.