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University of Roehampton

Mental Health Nursing BSc (Hons)

3 years
Tuition fee

Course description

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The aim of the Mental Health Nursing course is to prepare nurses to work to NMC standards. Graduates of the course are prepared to practise from day one as they receive a solid professional practice during their studies. Psychiatric nursing is a very demanding field that requires thorough training and the knowledge to prepare and implement care for patients with special needs.

Why choose the Mental Health Nursing course?

  • 98% of graduates find a job immediately after graduation
  • Students can receive a £5,000 NHS bursary
  • Successful completion of the course allows registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
  • The course is scheduled in accordance with the NHS Constitution
  • The course has a high student satisfaction rate of 90%.

What does the course programme include?

  • The programme of study for the Mental Health Nursing course is arranged on a 50/50 basis – half is theory in an academic setting and the other half is professional practice in a hospital or other setting.
  • Students learn the principles of safe and effective nursing care
  • Internships are held in hospitals, prisons and clinical facilities where qualified nurses and nurses with specialization in psychiatry are needed.

Where to study this course?

Mental health nursing and social work majors produce educated and highly qualified graduates. Our proposal for the Mental Health Nursing course is the University Square campus in Luton.

This course is organized by:
Life and Health Sciences

This course awards the qualifications:
BSc Hons