This course is for students who are 19 years old or above and who want to apply to university for to study a degree in subjects such as:
- Adult nursing
- Mental health nursing
- Child nursing
- Learning disability nursing
- Occupational health
- Public health
On the course there is support with the UCAS application. The November start allows students apply for the April intake at universities, if this is an option, and the January start allows students to apply for the September intake.
You are required to have 4 GCSE’S at 4/C or above, including English and Maths (or a Level 2 equivalent) in order to apply for this course.
On this course you will experience a combination of teaching and learning styles as follows:
- Classroom lectures
- Workshop/study sessions
- Directed work with other students
- Directed private study
The knowledge gained through these sessions will allow you to produce a variety of assignments, such as essays, reports, presentations and leaflets, ect.
This course is aimed at adults who are over 19 years and wish to progress to Higher Education in various health fields.
On this course you will receive 60 credits, which are then converted into UCAS points.
Students who complete the course progress to various fields in nursing, such as:
– Adult nursing
– Mental health nursing
– Child nursing
– Learning disability nursing
– Occupational health
– Public health
– Health and social care
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