BSc in Nursing Theory available at Salford

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BSc in Nursing Theory available at Salford

06 April 2017


The University of Salford have announced their (BSc) Hons Nursing Theory course is available for September 2017 entry.

This is a post-qualifying top-up degree programme for international students working as qualified nurses. Students will have access to extensive facilities, including Salford’s simulation suites which provide students with the opportunity to tackle real-life scenarios in a safe and supported environment.

You will study alongside students on other nursing programmes at Salford, allowing you to share knowledge. By studying this course, you will enhance your professional practice through critical application of learning to your specific field of practice. This course will give you the opportunity to enhance your career prospects and will give you a baseline from which to develop clinical specialist skills or progression to nurse leadership, management, education or research roles.

Entry requirements

  • Licensed nurse (Diploma at level 5 or equivalent).
  • A valid and current nursing registration in another practicing country. 
  • IELTS 6.0 with no component below 5.5. Alternative English language qualification are also accepted.
  • Personal statement including details on why you want to study the course at the University of Salford, that you know what the course entails, how studying this will help your future career and what your plans are when you complete the course.

Interested in applying? Arrange a free consultation in London or Manchester today!


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