Nursing MSc/PGDip/PGCert

  • Programme duration: Full-time: 12 months   Part-time: Up to 3 years
  • Programme start: September 2020
  • Entry requirements: You must hold a professional nursing qualification, which is registerable in your country of training and should normally hold a relevant Honours degree or equivalent. See 'Entry Requirements' tab for more info.
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Career prospects

The taught postgraduate programmes provide opportunity for healthcare professionals to develop, specialise and extend the scope of their skills into new areas, to meet the constantly evolving service demands for advanced practitioners. The students who exit our taught postgraduate programmes usually take up senior clinical/management positions within the NHS. We have students from multi-professional backgrounds as we encourage interprofessional learning and education as appropriate to foster understanding of the roles of colleagues.

The taught postgraduate programmes provide opportunity for healthcare professionals to develop, specialise and extend the scope of their skills into new areas, to meet the constantly evolving service demands. The students who exit our taught postgraduate programmes are equipped to take up senior clinical/management positions within the NHS.

The MSc Nursing provides a solid foundation for the further development of nursing careers, and is suitable for both UK and international nurses who wish to become specialist nurses, nurse managers, nurse educators and nurse researchers.

The taught postgraduate programmes provide opportunity for healthcare professionals to develop, specialise and extend the scope of their skills into new areas, to meet the constantly evolving service demands. The students who exit our taught postgraduate programmes are equipped to take up senior clinical/management positions within the NHS.

The MSc Nursing provides a solid foundation for the further development of nursing careers, and is suitable for both UK and international nurses who wish to become specialist nurses, nurse managers, nurse educators and nurse researchers.