Working as a children’s nurse, no two days are ever the same. At King’s, we equip you with the skills you need to deliver excellent care to children, young people and their families, build relationships, and understand how to use research. Whether it’s decision making or medication management, we cover the topics you’ll depend on every day caring for children, young people and their families. We put your skills to the test during your placements with your host trust. Our wide-spread placement options mean you’ll treat a diverse range of children and families in trusts, nurseries and children’s services across London. Key benefits
- You will be studying at the No.1 nursing faculty in the UK and 2nd in the world (2020 QS World University Rankings).
- King’s College London offers exciting opportunities with two world-class academic health science centres and renowned teaching hospitals providing maternity care.
- Learn from a highly experienced, and enthusiastic team of educators, researchers and clinicians, who provide full support to help you achieve your ambitions.
- Our study courses are delivered by internationally renowned clinicians and academics with a strong focus on promoting evidence-based care and appreciation of translational research.
- 99 per cent of our graduates find successful employment.
- Our children’s nursing students have fantastic placement opportunities caring for seriously ill children at world renowned paediatric hospitals such as Great
- Ormond Street or the Evelina London Children’s Hospital
Bachelor's degree with 2:1 honours degree and 575 hours (approximately equivalent to four months FT) healthcare-related experience. Applicants who have achieved a high 2:2 may still be considered, and will need to ensure they include their grades for each module for all years of study on their application, or attach a transcript from all years of study at the time of application. Grade C or above in GCSE Maths and English, or equivalent. It is highly desirable for applicants to have studied Biology or Human Science to GCSE level or equivalent.
Fees and funding
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