Start your nursing journey; apply now for March 2018.
Begin your career in nursing as early as March; apply now for a degree in Adult Nursing or Mental Health Nursing.
March intake courses
We also offer a wide range of high quality undergraduate courses, leading to BMid, BN, and BSc qualifications.
Our courses are designed to provide you with the knowledge and experience you need to embark on a professional healthcare career. Great emphasis has been placed on the practical and clinical aspects of our programmes, all of which have been accredited by the relevant professional bodies. All of our programmes are NHS funded.
|Degree name||UCAS Code|
|Adult Nursing (BN)||B741|
|Adult Nursing (BN)||B740|
|Children's Nursing (BN)||B730|
|Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging (BSc)||B821|
|Mental Health Nursing (BN)||B761|
|Mental Health Nursing (BN)||B760|
|Occupational Therapy (BSc)||B920|
|Operating Department Practice (BSc)||B991|
|Radiotherapy and Oncology (BSc)||B822|
Higher Education Certificate
The Higher Education Certificate in Assistant Radiographic Practice is an in-service, full-time day-release course designed for NHS support workers who wish to develop their skills and role as a member of the radiography team. You can specialise in one of two pathways:
|Assistant Radiographic Practice (Diagnostic Radiography) (CertHE)|
|Assistant Radiographic Practice (Screening Mammography) (CertHE)|
We are proud to be able to offer a limited number of international spaces to our Adult Nursing (BN) programme.
How to apply
International applicants have the opportunity to apply via two routes.
- Direct UCAS application (If you have already met the listed UCAS and English Language requirements or will complete requirements by August prior to the September intake).
- Application via our International Foundation Programme for Health and Life Sciences. Once on the International Foundation Programme you will be supported to apply through UCAS with a view to meeting the necessary entry and English language requirements for your application to be considered.
International applicants for other undergraduate programmes
We regret that we are unable to accept applications for all of our other undergraduate healthcare programmes for the 2018/19 intake (including deferred applications to 2019/20) from international fee-status applicants due to our association with the National Health Service (NHS) and restrictions on funding and clinical placements.
If you have secured your place on a current undergraduate programme, congratulations!