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Master of Science

A Master of Science (MSc) is a master’s degree awarded for a postgraduate programme in the sciences.

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Course overview

Join a specialist programme for qualified nurses that will build on your existing nursing expertise. We’ll enhance your leadership, research and communication skills and prepare you for advanced and innovative practice as a specialist nurse, nurse manager, nurse educator or nurse researcher.


The MSc Nursing programme is a contemporary, vocational programme of postgraduate study that immerses qualified nurses in key issues and ideas relating to the four pillars of professional nursing: communication; leadership; education and research.

Developed in conjunction with the needs of modern professional healthcare organisations, and in collaboration with key stakeholders, the programme aims to nurture innovative professional practice.

The curriculum has been specifically designed to advance students’ existing knowledge and enhance their skills in what is a highly specialised field.

The programme offers students the opportunity to compare and contrast the professional environment of the UK National Health Service with service organisations and delivery in other countries, providing them with a valuable global perspective on healthcare.

You’ll also receive training in leadership and management skills for advanced clinical practitioners and receive expert insights into how to manage complex care needs.

Optional modules enable you to focus on specific aspects of patient care of professional interest. You can specialise in areas ranging from managing critically ill patients to assessing risk, promoting mental health and wellbeing, and managing the emotional impact of diagnosis.

As part of the School of Health Sciences’ commitment to the promotion of interprofessional learning, this programme has a module in which nurses learn alongside therapeutic radiographers which is imperative for the development of professionals who are comfortable working as part of a multi-disciplinary healthcare team where collaboration is vital.

The programme is led by a small team of experienced and dedicated nursing staff who form part of a larger team of healthcare experts in the School of Health Sciences. Our interactive, small-group teaching sessions are designed to enhance your transferable skills, from critical thinking and problem-solving, to communication, leadership and teamwork.

For greater educational and professional flexibility, we also offer early exit points at postgraduate certificate and postgraduate diploma levels to ensure that we cater for the needs of nurses with diverse professional responsibilities or personal circumstances.

Who is this course for?

The programme is suitable for nurses who already hold a professional nursing qualification which confers eligibility to practice in the country of training.

What you'll learn

  • Insight into the UK National Health Service and comparisons with global models of health and social care provision
  • Contemporary theories and concepts of leadership, management and education for advanced clinical practice
  • Complex clinical situations in patient care
  • How to support mental health and wellbeing needs
  • The assessment, care and management of critically ill patients
  • Therapeutic communication skills
  • How to assess risk and respond to the needs of vulnerable patients
  • How to improve the healthcare experience of LGBTQ+ patients with cancer
  • How to devise a population health improvement strategy
  • How to use qualitative research to explore current issues in healthcare
  • Critical understanding of palliative and end of life care


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Course content

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Studying this course part-time

International students may be able to study this course on a part-time basis but this is dependent on visa regulations. Please visit the Government website for more information about student visas.

If you're able to study part-time, you'll study the same modules as the full-time master's degree over a longer period, usually Up to 36 months. You can make studying work for you by arranging your personal schedule around lectures and seminars which take place during the day. After you complete all the taught modules, you will complete your final dissertation or project and will celebrate your achievements at graduation the following term.

Studying part-time means you can study alongside work or any other life commitments. You will study the same modules as the full-time master's degree over a longer period, usually Up to 36 months. You can make studying work for you by arranging your personal schedule around lectures and seminars which take place during the day. After you complete all the taught modules, you will complete your final dissertation or project and will celebrate your achievements at graduation the following term.

Semester one

Compulsory modules


Credits: 20 / Semester: semester 1

This module will provide an opportunity for students to critically explore wider, global, perspectives in health and social care.   Models of health and social care service provision will be discussed which will include exploration of the UK National Health Service, but will also comprise discussion of other types of service organisation and delivery.   There will be a focus on the impact of globalisation on health and social care.   It is anticipated that through the exploration of different models of health and social care service delivery, students will be able to think critically about key aspects of their own organisation.   To facilitate this, students will require critical thinking skills, therefore critical thinking and critical reflection will be explored as part of the module.    A blended approach to learning will be adopted, lectures will be used to introduce key concepts and seminars will provide opportunity for further discussion and exploration. The module will be assessed by a 4,500 word assignment and a 20 minute oral presentation accompanied by a 750 word handout. ​


Credits: 60 / Semester: whole session

The purpose of a Masters level dissertation is to provide evidence of academic study involving critical engagement with ideas at the forefront of professional knowledge, which meets the requirements of the QAA level descriptors for a Masters degree. In the dissertation module students have the opportunity to carry out their own supervised study through which they can apply their knowledge, develop or test ideas, and gain skills and understanding of how the boundaries of professional knowledge are advanced through research. Dissertation projects in the School of Health Sciences may be evidence reviews, empirical studies, structured service evaluations or clinical audit studies. Students undertaking the dissertation module work with a designated supervisor, who is  normally a member of academic staff from their professional  discipline. The supervisor guides and supports students in the development of their dissertation proposal, the execution of the study, and the writing of the dissertation report. Individual supervison is complemented by a series of group tutorials which provide a revision of key methodological principles, and an opportunity for peer discussion and support in the development of the dissertation ideas and project plan.     ​

Optional modules


Credits: 20 / Semester: semester 1

The module will introduce students/apprentices to the problems facing practitioners who have to assess risk and make decisions about how to respond  to the needs of vulnerable individuals/groups and the psychological processes involved in making these complex decisions.The delivery will  focus on the need for robust clinical assessment  and understanding of the psychology of decision making. In addition, students/apprentices will be introduced to the psychopharmacology of the substances which are misused by humans, and personality disorders such as psychopathy.  Throughout, emphasis will be placed upon understanding of the value of the multidisciplinary team in high risk and high uncertainty environments. The module will be delivered over a three month period and will include half  day contact delivery, delivered on a weekly basis for 11 consecutive weeks. The contact sessions will consist of lectures and interactive face to face seminars.  Theoretical content will be supported  by sessions from clinical experts and online support (eg discussion boards ) through the Virtual Learning Environment. The module team will facilitate, moderate, and guide the community of learners through the discussion topics. There will be a single piece of assessed coursework in the form of a 4500 word case report, to be submitted at the end of the module.

Taking Pride in Cancer Care: Person-Centred Care for LGBTQ+ People with Cancer (RADT755)

Credits: 20 / Semester: semester 1

There is currently a strong drive throughout many agencies within the NHS and Government to improve the healthcare experience of LGBTQ+ individuals, especially within cancer care. There is a wide range of issues related to cancer including incidence patterns, communication, support, information and highly complex technical challenges arising from the TG postoperative group. A common theme in the published literature and at oncology conferences is the issue of training in order to better support our patients and prepare the workforce for the steadily increasing LGBTQ+ cancer patients. This unique online Masters module is designed to help address this theme by providing cancer care professionals with theoretical learning across a range of themes including gender identity, post-operative changes, impact of treatment on sexuality and holistic care implications. Learners will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to devise evidence-based solutions to improve the lives of their LGBTQ+ cancer patients.

The module delivers a series of fascinating 90-minute podcasts from a range of clinical experts and researchers across a range of LGBTQ+ themes. This research-connected teaching provides understanding of the module content and encourages learners to reflect on the implications of relevant theories on their practice.

These are supported by a series of live online Case Discussions where service users, health professionals and academic experts discuss anonymised case histories in online synchronous Microsoft Teams discussions. These provide context for the theoretical content and enable learners to engage in discourse with peers and a range of stakeholders. Learners are tasked with reading through the case notes prior to the discussion and providing suggestions related to potential challenges and solutions. This teaching method is designed to align holistic care principles with complex LGBTQ+ challenges and issues relevant to living with, and beyond, cancer. The online case discussions provide learners with the opportunity to collaborate with peers and experts. They are encouraged to reflect on their own experience and integrate this into the discussion of potential solutions and care plans.

The module assessments challenge students to locate and appraise emerging evidence in order to synthesise clinically appropriate guidelines and care plans. The assessments tasks are grounded in real-world clinical cases and ensure that learners not only demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes but also develop tools that can impact on their future clinical practice.


Credits: 20 / Semester: semester 1

Interpersonal communication lies at the core of all health-related professional activity and managing the emotional impact of diagnosis and the psychosocial consequences of serious illness are essential components of effective clinical practice. Additionally, the development of therapeutic relationships with clients and an ability to reflect critically upon effective clinical practice are crucial attributes for advanced practitioners. The advanced professional role encompasses such diverse tasks as clinical consultation, health information giving, teaching practical and therapeutic health behaviour. Advanced practitioners require the capacity to select appropriate communication skills and initiate strategies to manage complex situations as well as the ability to critically appraise the need for additional professional support is a key feature effective advanced practice. The skills required to effectively assess individual client need and to implement appropriate and effective communication strategies are essential pre-requisites to effective clinical care and may be acquired through strategically planned and delivered educational interventions. Through the facility of an interactive, evidence-based learning model, which utilises a variety of teaching methods including student led seminars and role play, students will acquire advanced knowledge and skills to enable the effective assessment, intervention and evaluation of communication and supportive strategies in a range of clinical care settings. The module assessment consists of a 5000-word written assignment which directs the students to reflect on their current practice, complete a self-assessment and SWOT analysis, critically evaluate the evidence base and finally produce a detailed action plan to discuss how the evidence base will be applied in their own future practice.


Credits: 30 / Semester: semester 1

The module enables the student to enhance their knowledge and skills in the assessment, care and management of critically ill adults. The learning and assessment focuses upon revising and reinforcing knowledge of relevant physiology and pathophysiology in critical illness in order to develop the student’s confidence in conducting a competent assessment and deliver care and management of an acutely/critically ill patient safely and effectively.

The teaching consists of lectures and seminars to enable discussion, coupled with simulation to enable practise of scenarios which demands an Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Disability, Exposure (ABCDE) approach to assess and treat the critically ill patient. This approach is intended to shape appropriate, effective decision-making, clinical judgment and problem-solving skills to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate therapeutic interventions in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team. Lectures and seminars are delivered face to face; however, each session is also captured on a virtual platform and each session recorded to enable a student to attend remotely and to watch over the recorded session outside of scheduled session.

The module is assessed via an objective structured clinical skills examination, to assess clinical skills and decision making, and a short answer unseen exam which assesses the practitioner’s theoretical knowledge which underpins their clinical approach to care delivery. The students is also required to undertake a range of critical care competencies whilst working in practice which are assessed by a suitably qualified supervisor.


Credits: 20 / Semester: semester 1

This module aims to prepare students for their role in supporting the mental health and wellbeing needs of themselves as practitioners and the people they care for in healthcare practice. Students will critically explore the evidence and practice conducive to effective mental health promotion which seeks to empower individuals to actively engage in enhancing their own wellbeing. Students will investigate mental health promotion models and strategies, and scrutinise and deliberate how these might be adapted to a variety of individual and environmental contexts. Students will be expected to rehearse and critically reflect upon a number of promotional activities in the learning environment thus providing a vehicle to enhance their future healthcare practice, regardless of discipline or setting. Assessment is by means of an evidence-based presentation of an artefact that seeks to assist in addressing the mental health and wellbeing needs of an individual or group, and a critical reflective narrative exploring the student’s own maintenance of wellbeing.

Programme details and modules listed are illustrative only and subject to change.

Our curriculum

The Liverpool Curriculum framework sets out our distinctive approach to education. Our teaching staff support our students to develop academic knowledge, skills, and understanding alongside our graduate attributes:

  • Digital fluency
  • Confidence
  • Global citizenship

Our curriculum is characterised by the three Liverpool Hallmarks:

  • Research-connected teaching
  • Active learning
  • Authentic assessment

All this is underpinned by our core value of inclusivity and commitment to providing a curriculum that is accessible to all students.

Course options

Studying with us means you can tailor your degree to suit you. Here's what is available on this course.

Postgraduate Certificate

If you enrol on a master’s degree and complete 60 credits you may be able to exit the programme early and earn a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) for the work you have completed. This usually amounts to one semester when completed full-time.

Postgraduate Diploma

If you enrol on a master’s degree and have completed 120 credits you may be able to exit the programme early and earn a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) for the work completed. This usually amounts to two full semesters when completed full-time, without having to complete the final dissertation module.

Your experience

The School of Health Sciences draws on over 100 years of teaching delivered by dedicated staff with real-world, practical experience. We are a hub for an extensive network of professionals, academics and researchers, so you can be confident that a degree from us will prepare you for a lifelong career in healthcare services.

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An exciting place to study

  • Major centre for education and research in health sciences
  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • Opportunities for in-depth study and development of advanced clinical skills
  • Flexible programmes for postgraduate study
  • Active research environment
  • Provides specialist training with taught and clinical placement components.

Careers and employability

The programme enables registered nurses to extend the scope of their skills and knowledge into new areas. You’ll graduate well placed to apply for promotion or to extend the professional roles and responsibilities in your current position.

Key transferable skills, including practice development, research-led practice and professional leadership, will open up exciting career opportunities and help meet the demand for senior nurses and managers in the NHS and other providers.

Career planning

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Our campus Career Studio is a space for students and graduates to drop into and talk to a career coach. Career coaches are highly trained to help no matter what stage you are at in your career planning. You can access support to find and apply for full-time and part-time roles, placements, internships and graduate schemes. You will also find the help you need if you have a start-up idea or want to create a business plan. You can explore the world of work, prepare for job interviews, and access careers events and workshops. The Career Studio is open Monday to Friday from 10am-5pm, simply drop in at a time that works for you.

From education to employment

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We develop our programmes with employers in mind. You will be supported to enhance your long-term employment prospects as you learn. We do this by exposing you to professionals, a variety of sectors and supporting you to work collaboratively with others to develop transferable skills. You are equipped with a clearer view of what to focus on in your area of interest, and to reflect on your studies. Our digital employability tools give you a tech-enhanced curriculum experience and make it easy for you to prepare for the world of work. You can use tools like the Handshake platform to connect with employers and message the Career Studio 24/7.

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You can start building good professional networks by attending events and employability activities. Our events are designed to develop your skills and expose you to many different employers, as well as to help you make contacts in your field. We help you improve your confidence when speaking to employers and give you access to unique opportunities. Our networking events also boost your understanding of the competencies and skills that employers are looking for in their recruitment process, giving you a competitive edge.

Your future

The MSc Nursing provides a strong foundation for registered nurses to enhance their career development. It’s particularly suitable if you’re a UK or international nurse seeking to pursue:

  • A senior nursing role in a specialist practice area
  • A nursing leadership or management position
  • A career as a nurse educator
  • A career as a nurse researcher, for example working as a research assistant on commissioned research projects.

The programme could also be a gateway to nursing scholarship through PhD study.

99% of health sciences students from the University of Liverpool find their main activity after graduation meaningful.

Graduate Outcomes, 2018-19.

Fees and funding

Your tuition fees, funding your studies, and other costs to consider.

Tuition fees

UK fees (applies to Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland)
Full-time place, per year £10,800
Part-time place, per year £5,400
International fees
Full-time place, per year £26,400
Part-time place, per year £13,200
Fees stated are for the 2024-25 academic year. The part-time fees are based on a course duration of two years. Fees may vary on a pro-rata basis for alternative part-time course durations.

Tuition fees cover the cost of your teaching and assessment, operating facilities such as libraries, IT equipment, and access to academic and personal support.

If you're a UK national, or have settled status in the UK, you may be eligible to apply for a Postgraduate Loan worth up to £12,167 to help with course fees and living costs. Learn more about paying for your studies..

Additional costs

We understand that budgeting for your time at university is important, and we want to make sure you understand any course-related costs that are not covered by your tuition fee. This could include buying a laptop, books, or stationery.

Find out more about the additional study costs that may apply to this course.

Additional study costs

We understand that budgeting for your time at university is important, and we want to make sure you understand any course-related costs that are not covered by your tuition fee. This could include buying a laptop, books, or stationery.

Find out more about additional study costs.

Scholarships and bursaries

We offer a range of scholarships and bursaries that could help pay your tuition and living expenses.

Postgraduate Global Advancement Scholarship

  • International students

If you’re a new international student starting this course with us from September 2024, you could be eligible to receive a discount of up to £5,000 off your tuition fees.

This includes £2,500 if you have a first-class degree, or equivalent qualification, and £2,500 if you’re from a Commonwealth country.

Graduate Loyalty Advancement Scholarship

  • Home and international students
  • University of Liverpool current students and alumni only

Completed your undergraduate degree, or studied as an undergraduate exchange student, at the University of Liverpool?

You could get a loyalty discount of up to £2,500 off the tuition fees for this course from September 2024 entry.

  • £1,500 tuition fee discount for eligible UK University of Liverpool graduates
  • £2,500 tuition fee discount for eligible international University of Liverpool graduates.

ANID Chile Scholarship

  • International students
  • Chile

Postgraduate taught and research students from Chile are eligible for this scholarship.

Chevening Scholarships

  • International students

The University, in partnership with Chevening, is delighted to offer this generous scholarship to students who are studying a master’s programme and who have future leadership potential. Please note that there is a fee cap applied to MBA programmes that requires applicants to cover any additional tuition costs over £18,000. You will still receive all additional allowances.


  • International students
  • Mexico

The University of Liverpool has an agreement with CONACYT to support postgraduate taught and research students from Mexico.


  • International students
  • Mexico

20% reduction in tuition fees for postgraduate taught and research programmes. Must be Mexico national.

Fulbright Scholarship

  • International students
  • University of Liverpool alumni only
  • United States

One scholarship is available for a master’s student from the US and another is available for a postgraduate research student to undertake a three to six month research stay from the US

FUNED Awards

  • International students
  • Mexico

Up to ten awards are available for Masters or Research students from Mexico in receipt of FUNED loans. The award gives students a 20% reduction in fees for all applications received.

Graduate Association Hong Kong & Tung Postgraduate Scholarships

  • International students
  • China
  • Hong Kong

The University is able to offer competitive scholarships for both postgraduate taught master’s and research programmes.

HRM Princess Sirindhorn University of Liverpool Scholarship (Thailand)

  • International students
  • Thailand

The University is able to offer one award to a new postgraduate taught master’s student from Thailand.

The scholarship is open to all subjects offered as a one-year taught master’s programme.  However, priority will be given to those students who wish to study in a subject area associated with HRH Princess Sirindhorn such as science, IT, medicine, the arts, geography, history and languages.

JuventudEsGto Scholarship

  • International students
  • Mexico

Residents of State of Guanajuato, Mexico, wishing to study at postgraduate taught and research levels are eligible for this scholarship.

Marshall Scholarship

  • International students
  • University of Liverpool alumni only
  • United States

One scholarship is available for a master’s student from the US to cover the cost of tuition fees. Another, to the value of £20,000, is available for Doctoral study visit:

Turkish Ministry of Education Scholarship

  • International students
  • Turkey

Postgraduate taught and research students from Turkey are eligible for this scholarship, see the Turkish Ministry of Education website for more information.

University of Liverpool Humanitarian Scholarships for Master’s Programmes

  • International students

The three awards available cover full tuition fees, visas and support for accommodation and living expenses.

This scholarship is open to support people who have recognised status as either refugees or are under humanitarian protection under the 1951 Refugee Convention. This status must be held outside of the UK.

The scholarship is open for all postgraduate-taught programmes, excluding medicine, dentistry, veterinary and nursing.

University of Liverpool International College Excellence Scholarship

  • International students

The University of Liverpool will award five University of Liverpool International College students, who achieve the highest academic excellence (minimum 75%) in their UoLIC Pre-Master’s programme, the prestigious UoLIC Excellence scholarship.

University of Liverpool International College Impact Progression Scholarships

  • International students

University of Liverpool International College recipients of the Kaplan awards will receive the £3,000 Progression Impact Scholarship, deducted from first-year tuition fees, on successful progression to their UoL degree programme.

To be eligible for our Impact Progression Scholarships, students must apply for one of the Kaplan Impact Scholarships demonstrating their commitment to making an impact across issues of importance to the University and Kaplan. Themes include:

Women in STEM
Career Focus (Employability)

Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarship for China

  • International students
  • China

Details are:
1 (one) Full scholarship
2 (two) £10,000 scholarships
5 (five) £5,000 scholarships
10 (ten) £1,000 scholarships
All scholarships will be awarded after the formal registration at the University and will take the form of a fee waiver.

Please note: This scholarship cannot be combined with any other scholarships or bursaries provided by the University.

Entry requirements

The qualifications and exam results you'll need to apply for this course.

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Postgraduate entry requirements

You must hold a professional nursing qualification which confers eligibility to register and practice in your country of training.

You will normally need a 2:1 honours degree or above, or equivalent, in a relevant subject. If you completed pre-registration studies to diploma level, this diploma will be considered if evidence of professional development at level 6 or level 7 is provided.

As this nursing programme does not include any mandatory clinical practice requirements, overseas applicants do not need to seek professional registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

International qualifications

If you hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, but don’t meet our entry requirements, a Pre-Master’s can help you gain a place. This specialist preparation course for postgraduate study is offered on campus at the University of Liverpool International College, in partnership with Kaplan International Pathways. Although there’s no direct Pre-Master’s route to this MSc, completing a Pre-Master’s pathway can guarantee you a place on many other postgraduate courses at The University of Liverpool.

English language requirements

Please note, while we accept IELTS for this course, your IELTS test must have been sat and completed in person and not online.

English language qualification Requirements
IELTS 6.5 overall, with no component below 6.0
View our IELTS academic requirements key.
TOEFL iBT 88 overall, with minimum scores of listening 19, writing 19, reading 19 and speaking 20
INDIA Standard XII National Curriculum (CBSE/ISC) - 75% and above in English. Accepted State Boards - 80% and above in English.
WAEC C6 or above

About our entry requirements

Our entry requirements may change from time to time both according to national application trends and the availability of places at Liverpool for particular courses. We review our requirements before the start of the new application cycle each year and publish any changes on our website so that applicants are aware of our typical entry requirements before they submit their application.

We believe in treating applicants as individuals, and in making offers that are appropriate to their personal circumstances and background. Therefore the offer any individual applicant receives may differ slightly from the typical offer quoted on the website.

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