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BSc in Nursing (Adult) [Pre-registration Nursing] (Full Time)

BPP University

Bachelor Degree , Adult Nursing

Course Description

The course aims to produce excellent nurses, who are fit for practice and able to meet the key needs of all patient groups. Students will experience an integrated academic and professional training environment structured to enable you to gain the knowledge, understanding and skills to pursue and sustain a career in contemporary nursing practice.

During the initial stages of the course, you will be given more direction and assistance to help you move from being a learner who is dependent, to an autonomous, increasingly reflective and critical individual as your knowledge develops. 

There is an expectation that, as you progress with your studies, you will become independent and self-directed, taking increasing responsibility for your own learning and professional development.

Why study BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult) [Pre-registration Nursing]?

  • Specialise in the application, evaluation and appraisal of adult nursing

  • Gain the key employability skills required by adult nurses

  • Learn the necessary skills to be fully equipped to respond to a changing

  • healthcare environment

  • Develop and critically reflect upon the practical, technical and professional skills required to practice autonomously in order to provide compassionate, safe, effective and accountable adult nursing practice

  • Understand how to critically examine the functions and structures of the human body

  • Approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

The course aims to produce excellent nurses, who are fit for practice and able to meet the key needs of all patient groups. Students will experience an integrated academic and professional training environment structured to enable you to gain the knowledge, understanding and skills to pursue and sustain a career in contemporary nursing practice. During the initial stages of the...

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Course Content

Students studying the BSc will be exposed to an inclusive, challenging and transformational learning experience. We offer a supportive, student-focused approach to learning. The School of Nursing will motivate and support you academically, pastorally and professionally.

Practice Learning Experiences 

The programme consists of four practice learning experiences ensuring that you to maximise your learning opportunities. Practice learning will facilitate the acquisition of skills required to achieve competence within the adult nursing field of practice.

The programme ensures that there is equal weighting for learning in practice and academic theory in accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) guidelines. There are four mandatory practice learning modules, one in year one, two in year two and one in year three, equating to 50% of the credit each year.

BPP University will consider if any reasonable adjustments can be made regarding the placements of students if they are disabled, as stipulated by the Equality Act 2010, reasonable adjustment will be considered if a student has a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on their ability to do normal daily activities.

Learning platforms include

We provide our students with a full range of learning experiences to make sure they get the best quality and value from their education:

  • Structured lectures
  • Seminars 
  • Directed learning
  • E-learning  
  • Group and individual tutorials
  • Practise based-learning
  • Assessment 

Students studying the BSc will be exposed to an inclusive, challenging and transformational learning experience. We offer a supportive, student-focused approach to learning. The School of Nursing will motivate and support you academically, pastorally and professionally. Practice Learning Experiences  The programme consists of four practice learning...

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Entry Requirements

UCAS

  • 120 minimum tariff points required for this course

A-Level

  • BBB or equivalent. A minimum of 2 A-Levels
  • BTEC Extended Diploma or OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical
  • DDM. Health and Social Care or Science only will be considered
  • Access to HE Diploma
  • All Level 3 credits must be at Distinction level. Nursing, science or health-related pathway only will be considered (to include study of Physiology and Biology)
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • 30 points, Higher Level grades minimum of 5, 5, 5

Other

We will consider applicants who possess:

  • A recognised and equivalent vocational, industry or professional qualification
  • A recognised and equivalent qualification (examinations and experience) and apply following the Accredited Prior Learning procedure (APL), learners must have 12 months minimum, 18 months maximum APL

GCSE

  • Five GCSEs at grade C or above which must include English, mathematics and a science. We do not accept Level 2 equivalent qualifications e.g. BTECs or Key Skills. For reformed GCSEs we accept a minimum of grade 4 in English language and mathematics

Additional entry requirements

  • Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check
  • All students will need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check upon acceptance of our offer of a place

Health check

  • All offers will be conditional upon a satisfactory Occupational Health clearance

English language requirements

  • IELTS 7.0 (with a minimum of 7.0 in each element)

UCAS 120 minimum tariff points required for this course A-Level BBB or equivalent. A minimum of 2 A-Levels BTEC Extended Diploma or OCR Level 3 Cambridge Technical DDM. Health and Social Care or Science only will be considered Access to HE Diploma All Level 3...

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Additional Information

The degree consists of four practice learning experiences ensuring that you to maximise your learning opportunities. Practice learning will facilitate the acquisition of skills required to achieve competence within the adult nursing field of practice.

Ensuring equal weighting for learning in practice and academic theory in accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) guidelines. There are four mandatory practice learning modules, one in year one, two in year two and one in year three, equating to 50% of the credit each year.

The degree consists of four practice learning experiences ensuring that you to maximise your learning opportunities. Practice learning will facilitate the acquisition of skills required to achieve competence within the adult nursing field of practice. Ensuring equal weighting for learning in practice and academic theory in accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)...

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