While studying Children and Young People’s Nursing course at University of Bedfordshire, you will work towards the achievement of registered nurse status, whilst pursuing a postgraduate course of study in a supported learning environment, where the safety of people is of primary consideration.
On completion of the course you will have met the NMC (2018) Future nurse: Standards of proficiency for registered nurses. Success in the course provides eligibility for you to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a Registered Children’s Nurse.
Why choose this course in Children and Young People’s Nursing, M.Sc.?
Throughout this course, emphasis is placed upon enabling you to develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours required of a Children’s Nurse who can meet the demands of the role with confidence. You will also learn:
- Prioritising the wellbeing of children and young people through critical self-reflection and safe practice in accordance with The Code (NMC 2018), is central to your development on the course.
- The learning culture prioritises the safety of people, including carers, students and educators, and enables the values of The Code to be upheld.
- You will work in close partnership with the multi-professional team to deliver holistic care to children, young people and their families in a variety of practice settings.
- You will be able to adapt the skills you learn to the situation, keeping the patient and their family at the centre of your nursing practice.
- You will be empowered and supported to become a resilient, caring, reflective and lifelong learner, capable of working in inter-professional and inter-agency teams, giving and receiving constructive feedback and taking responsibility for your own mental and physical health and wellbeing
- Preparation For Children'S Nursing Registered Practice
- Assessment And Decision Making In Children'S Nursing
- Essentials Of Children'S Nursing
- Health, Life And Social Sciences For Nursing
- Improving Care: Principles Of Clinical Leadership
- Medicines Management And Pharmacology In Children And Young People'S Nursing
- 24 months
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A completed application form signed by you (an electronic signature is fine)
- Copies of your official academic qualifications and certificates, including proof of your level of English Language
- A one-page personal statement. This should tell us why you want to study your chosen course.
- A copy of your current valid passport details
- Please submit copies of any UK Visa that you have held and any documentation relating to previous visa refusals from any country
International8125 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 16250 GBP for the full programme during 24 months.
National4125 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 8250 GBP for the full programme during 24 months.
- For UK/EU students the standard fee is £8,250 per year.
Living costs for Luton
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