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13 universities offer 49 undergraduate courses in Scotland

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The University of Edinburgh

UCAS points

114 - 144

University League Table

12th

Nursing League Table

2nd

University of Glasgow

UCAS points

120 - 147

University League Table

23rd

Nursing League Table

1st

University of Dundee

UCAS points

64 - 120

University League Table

49th

Nursing League Table

67th

University of Stirling

UCAS points

81 - 112

University League Table

50th

Nursing League Table

60th

Glasgow Caledonian University

UCAS points

72 - 108

University League Table

88th

Nursing League Table

49th

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

UCAS points

104 - 108

University League Table

93rd

Nursing League Table

43rd

Edinburgh Napier University

UCAS points

72 - 104

University League Table

97th

Nursing League Table

61st

Robert Gordon University

UCAS points

32 - 104

University League Table

103rd

Nursing League Table

66th

Abertay University

UCAS points

104 - 114

University League Table

108th

Nursing League Table

75th

University of the West of Scotland

UCAS points

102 - 120

University League Table

125th

Nursing League Table

70th

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Adult Nursing BSc

102 - 104 UCAS points

BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies

UCAS points not available

Mental Health Nursing BSc

102 - 104 UCAS points

Midwifery BSc

104 - 120 UCAS points

Midwifery MSc

UCAS points not available

Studying Nursing

Search through undergraduate Nursing degree courses to see what’s available from UK universities. Each page should give you an insight into what the course might be like, along with information on entry requirements, UCAS points and university league table performance.Nursing looks at how to care for people when they are ill or in need of support. You can study the subject broadly or choose to focus on adult, children, mental health or learning disabilities. Courses involve practical placements in clinical environments, and degrees are usually accredited by the Nursing & Midwifery Council. This means you’ll have the right qualifications to become a professional nurse after graduating.