STUDY ABROADAs an Adult Nurse you can work in emergency and unplanned care services, general or specialist services, outpatient, community and occupational health settings. Higher English and a science subject are recommended.In addition, you might work in people’s homes, health centres, residential care homes, workplaces or hospitals. English, Maths and a science subject are required at National 5 grade C or above if not held at Higher. A Level English and a science subject are recommended.
This is for 12 weeks and is a fantastic opportunity to experience Healthcare in another country.
You will also cover management, leadership and research within the healthcare environment. See our course and module disclaimer for more information.
Modules and delivery order may change for operational purposes. Detailed module information Your nursing degree is taught over three years and each year has three semesters, with 45 weeks of the year either in University or on placement in Health and Social Care settings.
96% of students go on to work or further study six months after finishing this nursing programme which includes Adult Nursing, Children and Young People Nursing, and Mental Health Nursing specialisms.
Unistats 2017In first year you are introduced to the fundamentals of nursing.
You will study modules relating to health and wellbeing and will learn essential concepts relevant to your chosen field of practice.