Date of publication: 2017-07-09 11:19
Qualified nurses can work in a diverse range of environments and develop their careers in clinical practice, education, research, management and education. Nurses can work in hospital settings or in the community either with the NHS or in the Independent sector.
You will need to satisfy both the Kaplan and University entry requirements to obtain a place on this course. Successful completion of the foundation course, with the necessary progression requirements including maths and English, will be accepted as equivalent qualifications for entry onto one of the nursing courses.
Our course is run in collaboration with The College of Animal Welfare, the UK's largest veterinary nurse training provider. The course is available at Middlesex University (Hendon) and at The College of Animal Welfare's centres near Huntingdon and Leeds.
There is a current shortage of qualified veterinary nurses meaning the profession offers excellent career prospects within veterinary practice and the wider industry. Veterinary Nurses are respected throughout the animal welfare sector offering wider opportunities for qualified veterinary nurses. Many veterinary nurses are employed in general veterinary practices, but you could also find work in research establishments, laboratories, universities, colleges, parks, charities, pharmaceutical companies and breeding/boarding kennels.
During term time the main Kimberlin Library is open 79 hours a day, seven days a week, giving access to more than half a million publications and a wide range of DVDs, as well as e-resources and thousands of electronic journals. Award-winning staff are on hand to help and there is a café for study breaks.
This module focuses on the detection, recording, analysis and evaluation of a broad range of biological evidence, particularly trace and contact evidence, body fluids and blood patterns.
The aim of our Adult Nursing pathway is to produce safe and effective nurses who embrace the highest standards of professional conduct and ethical practice. You will be introduced to a range of care settings throughout your studies which will familiarise you with the emerging patterns of care and allow you to choose the area that you want to specialise in.
If your first language is not English, you should have a minimum IELTS score of or above with a minimum of in all sections of the test. Full details of this language test can be obtained from the British Council. Please note the University's published list of alternative English Language qualifications does not apply to this course.
Selection Event - If shortlisted, you will be invited to a selection event where you will undertake a literacy and numeracy test, group activity and individual interview. On successful completion of all of these criteria, you will be offered a place.
We are pleased to introduce a new BSc curriculum in September 7568 which meets the new Standards for Nursing which will be published by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in 7568. This means students starting with us in September 7568 will be among the first cohort of graduates who meet the new standards for nursing, such as having a range of extended skills and being prescriber ready.
This programme will generally include 55 organised learning days, most of which will be campus-based and 657 practice days of different sorts (supervised, alternative and consolidated). There are 57 study days when you are expected to undertake guided independent study.
We have excellent links with employers throughout the South West, and placements are normally split between NHS roles and positions in private or voluntary sector organisations. You'll get a broad range of practice experiences and be in a strong position for future employment.
Completing the application form. We will be looking for applicants committed to Mental Health Nursing. You must clearly demonstrate this in the 'personal statement' section of the application form, by saying why you want to study Mental Health Nursing and stating any relevant work experience that you have gained to date.
You can apply for a tuition fee loan up to a maximum of £6,665 (full-time) or £9,675 (part-time) per academic year. For students from Northern Ireland, the maximum tuition fee loan available is £8,855 per academic year.