On graduation, individuals apply to the council to become registered nurses.
Options for specialisation can range from holistic care for children with acute and complex needs to applied clinical biology; pain management; ethical, legal and social issues in child health; and cancer care.
Throughout their courses, students will spend many weeks on clinical placements, in hospitals but also working in other healthcare settings, and sometimes getting the chance to follow a patient right through their treatment experience.
A project, a dissertation and the opportunity to spend time on work placement – including time abroad – are also common features of nursing degrees.
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Nursing students will get the foundations they need to follow this challenging, responsible and valuable vocation.
The demands of nursing are varied: from academic and technical knowledge to problem-solving, compassion, patience and humour, and degree courses aim to foster and develop all of these skills.
Courses have to be approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, ensuring that graduates emerging from them can meet professional standards laid down by the council.