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Nursing (Mental Health - Honours) BSc (Hons)

University of Stirling

Key information

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  • UCAS Course Code

    B770

  • Study mode

    Full-time

  • University Ranking

    43rd

    3
  • Subject Ranking

    31st

    7 (Nursing)
  • Entry Standards

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    128

  • Graduate Prospects

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    99

    / 100
  • Student Satisfaction

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    3.81

    / 5.00
  • Qualification

    BSc (Hons)

  • Application deadline

    15-Jan

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  • Start date

    14-SEP-20

Course Summary

Nursing provides a wide range of opportunities resulting in interesting and varied learning experiences. Nurses are based within multi-disciplinary teams, working alongside individuals, families, friends and other supportive networks. Teams provide collaborative care and support in hospitals, homes and in the community. It is essential that you enjoy working and communicating with people of all ages and backgrounds and that you respect people’s rights, beliefs and values. The BSc Nursing programme extends over three years and the BSc Honours Nursing over four years. Each academic year runs over 45 weeks and has an equal balance of theoretical and practice learning. This contemporary and innovative programme facilitate the achievement of competencies required for registration in the UK as a nurse within the adult field of practice. It will help students develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that are essential to deliver safe, compassionate, respectful, ethical and effective care in an evolving and dynamic health and social care environment. Utilising a blended approach to learning, key subject areas studied include learning to learn, health, social and behavioural sciences, communication, ethics and essential caring skills. The programme will include topics common to all areas of generic nursing and those specific to adult or mental health nursing. This means that some classes will be shared whilst others will concentrate on your chosen field. Assessments in both theory and practice will be undertaken in each semester. These require to be passed before progressing to the next semester. A mental health nursing degree from the University of Stirling will prepare you to meet the needs of a modern profession and to provide the best possible patient care. You will leave us as a confident and capable practitioner, fully equipped to join a health care team on graduation. Practice Learning Experiences Practice learning forms an integral aspect of the programme. A diverse range of practice placements are available, from community settings and care homes to acute hospital wards and specialist areas. Students may work both day and night shifts to coincide with the patterns of the area and their allocated practice mentor.

Entry Requirements

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Tuition Fees

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£9,250 per year

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University information

University Ranking

43rd

About this University

The University of Stirling is an innovative university with a pioneering spirit and a passion for creating impact. Located at Scotland’s heart, Stirling offers over 300 flexible courses designed to develop forward-thinking graduates from around the world.

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Stirling

FK9 4LA

UNITED KINGDOM