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Adult Nursing pre-registration - BSc (Hons) / PgDip

As a student studying adult nursing, you will achieve a BSc (Hons) Nursing and become registered as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in Adult Nursing.

Adult nursing focuses on the provision of care to individuals of all ages who have a range of healthcare needs. Learning takes place in a wide range of settings that includes the University and practice placements.

You will learn to become a professional nurse who will learn to work with and lead teams within agreed professional, ethical and legal frameworks and processes, to maintain and improve standards of care. Your care will reflect contemporary knowledge, practice, research and technology.

Studying with the University of West London will be an exciting experience. We deliver a high quality, dynamic, adult nursing programme within a state of the art learning environment. The majority of the theoretical component is delivered at the Berkshire Institute for Health (Reading) with the skills component delivered at a purpose built Simulation centre at our West London campus Brentford site. We also have places available at our Brentford site, with placement learning within West and North West London, either based within London North West Healthcare NHS Trust or with a community and primary case focus.. Our teaching and learning are delivered in conjunction with our partners in the NHS, the voluntary and the independent sector, thus aligning your practical experiences with your academic study and enabling you to become the nurse that is required within the current health care arena.

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National Student Survey 2017

 

This course achieved 93% overall student satisfaction.

National Student Survey 2017

 

 

 

Children's Nursing pre-registration child in hospital holding stuffed toy

As a student studying Children’s Nursing, you will learn from highly qualified and skilled staff, ensuring that your period of study is both challenging and rewarding. Learning takes place in a wide range of settings working with a variety of people – including children, young people and their families.

The College in conjunction with NHS Hospitals Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, the independent and voluntary care sectors, offer a wide range of excellent facilities to support teaching and learning activity. This will help you combine your academic study with a strong development of practical skills supporting you to become a registered children’s nurse.

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National Student Survey 2017

 

This course received a 100% overall satisfaction rate.

National Student Survey 2017

 

 

 

Mental Health Nursing pre-registration - BSc (Hons) / PgDip brain saying 'mental health'

This is an exciting and dynamic course that will equip students to be at the cutting edge of the delivery of evidence-based modern nursing to fully meet the mental health needs of an ever diverse and growing population. Successful completion of this course will lead to the award of BSc (Hons) Nursing and registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in the Mental Health Nursing field of practice.

Mental health nursing is one of the most challenging and varied fields of healthcare with a whole wealth of opportunities once qualified. Being situated in West London and Berkshire, UWL has one of the biggest catchment areas in the country working with a number of Trust partners who are world leaders in forward-thinking mental health care provision.

There is an incredible group of lecturers for mental health and they always went beyond their job to help throughout the course. You will be very well supported as long as you ask. Bethany, BSc Mental Health Nursing

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National Student Survey 2017

 

This course achieved 89% overall student satisfaction.

National Student Survey 2017

 

 

 

Learning Disabilities Nursing pre-registration counseling group

The University of West London is delighted to be able to offer high calibre students looking to develop their career in Learning Disabilities Nursing an annual scholarship of £3,000 per year.  This will be available to those starting their pre-registration BSc degree programme in September 2017.

As a student studying Learning Disabilities Nursing, you will learn from highly qualified and skilled staff, ensuring that your period of study is both challenging and rewarding. Learning takes place in a wide range of settings.

The College in conjunction with NHS Hospitals Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, the independent and voluntary care sectors, offer a wide range of excellent facilities to support teaching and learning activity.  This will help you combine your academic study with a strong development of practical skills supporting you to become a registered learning disabilities nurse.

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National Student Survey 2017

 

This course achieved 90% overall student satisfaction.

National Student Survey 2017

 

 

 

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