Why choose this course -Access our Clinical Simulation Centre, including our wards and operating theatre, to practise real scenarios on lifelike adult manikins and actors. -Spend half of your training in clinical placements, to practise your skills in a variety of healthcare settings, under the supervision of qualified practitioners. -Learn from a multidisciplinary team of lecturers, who are all healthcare professionals with experience of working in the NHS. Many are also active researchers, investigating topics like cancer, dementia, ethics and compassionate practice. -Get the academic requirements needed to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to work as an adult nurse once you’ve graduated. What you will study On this course, you’ll gain experience of caring for people aged 16 years and over and will acquire an understanding of health and ill health within the adult population. In your first year, you’ll study topics that are fundamental to adult nursing, including, but not limited to the themes of ethics, anatomy and physiology, evidence based practice, and public health promotion, ensuring you have a solid foundation upon which to build the rest of your degree. During your second year, you’ll understand how to provide care for long-term conditions and gain an appreciation for managing transition in care, including breaking significant news to patients. You’ll develop your decision-making and leadership skills and will gain an interesting perspective into how psychosocial, spiritual, ethical and legal influences have an impact on the way patient care is provided. In your third year, you’ll learn how to effectively assess and manage deteriorating patients, analysing and debating a range of treatment options and evidence, to inform a choice of strategies for managing their holistic delivery of care, whilst developing as a professional ready for registration. After graduating from our course, you'll be a confident, autonomous practitioner, driven and committed to advocate and meet the needs of patients and their families, as outlined in the NHS Constitution.
To see the full range of modules for this course please visit our website – the link is under the Course contact details. You will also find full details of the programme, including programme structure, assessment methods, contact hours and Graduate prospects.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
We are proud to be one of the most culturally diverse universities in the UK, with more than 140 nationalities playing a role in university life. Our International Recruitment team are here to help you throughout the application process – from advising on choosing the right course to applying for a visa and preparing for your first few weeks at Surrey. You can contact them via [email protected] Applicants who require a Student Visa to study in the UK: To apply for a Student Visa, you must have a Confirmation of Acceptance (CAS) for the University you wish to study at. This is a unique number which will enable you to apply for your visa. The University is under no legal obligation to sponsor any individual and exercises caution with respect to issuing a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) to avoid risking its status as a Student sponsor. Confirmation of Acceptance to Study (CAS) will be issued in accordance with the Student Route and CAS Issuing Policy, available at: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/apply/policies
Applications are considered on an individual basis, taking into account qualifications achieved, predicted grades, personal statement and academic reference. Conditional offers are specified in terms of required grades; we do not make offers in terms of overall UCAS tariff. We understand that predicted grades are an estimate and will consider applicants who have predicted grades that are a little lower than our published requirement. Any offers we make will align with the grades shown above unless a grade reduction can be offered under our Contextual Admissions policy or our In2Surrey scheme. Details can be found here: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/schools-colleges/contextual-admissions-policy Applicants with a mixed qualification profile (e.g. those taking A-levels and BTEC qualifications) are encouraged to contact [email protected] for guidance on the grades accepted.
Additional entry requirements
Criminal records declaration (DBS/Disclosure Scotland)
English language requirements
|IELTS (Academic)||7||7.0 overall with 7.0 in each element|
View the other English language qualifications that we accept.
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Fees and funding
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Additional fee information
The University of Surrey offers a range of scholarships and bursaries to support our students, please visit https://www.surrey.ac.uk/fees-and-funding/scholarships-and-bursaries for more details. The Government has announced that from September 2020 it’s introducing an annual maintenance payment of at least £5,000 for all new and continuing pre-registration nursing, midwifery, and many allied health students studying at English higher education providers. The funding will not need to be repaid. You can read the full announcement on the GOV.UK website: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/nursing-students-to-receive-5-000-payment-a-year