Watch: Donna Edwards, Senior Lecturer of Nursing with Registration talks about the benefits of studying Nursing with Registration at DMU.
September 2020 entry
Due to significant demand for this programme, applications to Child Nursing for September 2020 entry, are now closed. However, there are still options available for you to consider.
You may choose to apply to study one of the other programmes offered at DMU. We have a wide range of courses available which start in September 2020, including;
Nursing with Registration (Adult Nursing) BSc (Hons)
Nursing with Registration (Mental Health) BSc (Hons)
Nursing with Registration (Learning Disability) BSc (Hons)
Health and Wellbeing in Society BSc (Hons)
If you would like more information about the programmes on offer at DMU before making your decision, you can book to attend a DMU Open Day. If you would like to discuss your options further don’t hesitate to contact our Enquiry team on 0116 2 50 60 70 or email email@example.com
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) introduced new national educational standards for nursing in 2018. We intend to commence a new curriculum in September 2020, based on these standards, which is subject to ratification by the NMC. This page will be updated as the new curriculum is confirmed.
This degree prepares you for a fulfilling and rewarding career, focusing on specialist nursing care for children and young people who have a range of acute, long-term and complex healthcare needs.
You’ll combine theoretical study with clinical experience in a range of settings within the NHS, independent and voluntary sectors, and gain the knowledge to become a skilled communicator and a compassionate and open-minded nurse committed to delivering high-quality care to children.
Thanks to the long-standing reputation of our School of Nursing and Midwifery, established more than 50 years ago, you’ll benefit from a wealth of knowledge and experience as well as learn from accomplished academic staff with a variety of clinical expertise. And the support doesn’t stop there – while you’re on placement you will be guided, supervised and assessed by practice and academic staff.
You will also have the opportunity to work with students from other health and social care courses to deliver person-centred care and understand the impact of allied professions on the patient journey. Successful completion of the course prepares you to practise in the UK and overseas.
From September 2020, all nursing degree students will receive at least £5,000 a year with up to £3,000 additional funding available. Further information, including eligible health professional courses, can be found here.
Accredited by the NMC, with extensive career opportunities worldwide (subject to country-specific criteria).
Eligibility to register with the NMC upon graduation, enabling employment in a wide variety of clinical areas.
Strong links and integrated work placements with local health and social care providers allow you to put theory into practice.
Gain international experience through our DMU Global programme, which has enabled Nursing students to take part in healthcare programmes in Peru, improve the health of communities in India and examine the social and health inequalities faced in America.
Once qualified, benefit from a range of postgraduate study opportunities, including post-registration modules and professional doctorates.
More courses like this:
Nursing (with NMC registration) (Adult Nursing BSc (Hons)
Nursing (with NMC registration) (Learning Disability Nursing) BSc (Hons)
Nursing (with NMC registration) (Mental Health Nursing) BSc (Hons)
Paramedicine BSc (Hons)