Nursing (Neuroscience Care) at London South Bank University - UCAS

Course summary

Higher level learning This master’s course in neuroscience care is aimed at qualified healthcare professionals. We'll prepare you to for a wide variety of roles as a nurse specialist, consultant or educator in a wide variety of professional healthcare settings. You'll develop your intellectual skills to collect and interpret medical information at a higher level. Why Nursing (Neuroscience Care) at LSBU? Study at a flexible pace to suit your career development and commitments; study part-time and complete within 3-6 years. Provides a stepping stone to working at a more advanced level or more senior position that will allow practitioners to realise their full potential. Develop the knowledge to work in your chosen field of practice and attain strategic leadership, management and communication skills Conduct a research project, laying the foundations for future research work and clinical practice as an evidence-based practitioner. Exit the course with a postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma, or complete the full programme to gain a Master’s degree. Ranked 3rd amongst London competitors for Research Intensity in Nursing (Complete University Guide 2021).


The course employs a flexible approach to module selection that allows you to tailor your studies to fit with work and personal commitments, and to enhance and support your chosen career pathway. You'll gain a thorough grounding in essential pathology, pharmacology and nursing practice, as well as developing the research skills needed to promote and lead evidence-based practice. Optional modules allow you to study more specialised aspects of neuroscience nursing. There are a number of exit and award points built into the programme. Students can exit the course with a postgraduate certificate, postgraduate diploma, or can complete the full programme to gain a Master’s degree. Core Modules Principles of neuroscience care (20 credits) Evidence-based neuroscience care (20 credits) Applied pathophysiology and pharmacology (20 credits) Research in health and social care (20 credits) Innovation for excellence: leading service change (20 credits) Dissertation / project / writing for publication (60 / 40 credits)

How to apply

International applicants

You must have an English language qualification before starting a programme of study at London South Bank University. Acceptable qualifications include IELTS Level 6.5 or TOEFL 580.

Entry requirements

To enlist on this course you'll need to bea professional register (NMC) with a minimum of 6 months post-qualification experience working in a neuroscience setting.

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Nursing (Neuroscience Care) at London South Bank University - UCAS