FACULTY OF HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE AND EDUCATION

Nursing courses

Registered nursing courses

  • Nursing/Registered Nurse BSc (Hons)
    Choose one of the following pathways:
    • Learning disability nursing (UCAS code B763)
    • Mental health nursing (UCAS code B765)
    • Adult nursing (UCAS code B740)
    • Children’s nursing (UCAS code B732)

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Nursing qualifications are awarded by Kingston University of London.

Undergraduate courses

Healthcare Practice Foundation Degree (FdSc)

  • A new innovative course awarded by St George's, University of London, which has been introduced to develop the associate/assistant practitioner workforce.
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Postgraduate courses

Clinical Leadership MSc

  • If you are a healthcare professional and/or mentor who is keen to learn more about teaching and management techniques, this innovative Kingston University-awarded MSc is ideal.
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Healthcare Practice MSc/PgDip/PgCert

  • New for September 2013, this part-time flexible course offers a range of modules from across our postgraduate programmes in health and social care sciences, enabling you to tailor your study to key areas of interest.
  • Nine specialist routes: Acute care pathways (cardiac care, intensive care, acute medicine), advanced practice, advanced practice (clinical cancer care), cancer care, maternal and child health, psychosocial interventions and community/integrated care.
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Master of Research (MRes) in Clinical Practice

  • Suitable for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals, this masters course provides a focused programme of practical and academic study to prepare you for leadership and management in clinical research. The MRes is awarded by St George's, University of London.
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Continuing personal and professional development (CPPD)

As well as undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications, we offer a variety of continuing personal and professional development opportunities for the qualified nurse. These include a wide range of study days and short courses/modules, allowing you to target and tailor your learning and development in the most appropriate areas for your work.

  • To find out more visit CPPD.

 

  • See our Learning Disability Nursing students talk about their experiences of studying at the Faculty on YouTube