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Are you considering a career in nursing?

We offer pre-registration programmes in Adult and Mental Health Nursing. You will gain professional registration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).

Nurses play a critical role in the wellbeing of patients and their families and have never been more valued by society. This course will equip you with the knowledge, skills, attitude and values to provide compassionate, respectful, professional and safe care. This will enable you to practice person-centred, evidenced based care promotes dignity and well-being.

What will I learn?

  • Critical healthcare skills developed through theory, practical, simulated and clinical settings.
  • To assess, plan, provide and evaluate care within professional, ethical and legal frameworks.
  • Key themes including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, public health, population health and therapeutic interventions

Teaching and Assessment

  • Teaching includes lectures, tutorials, seminars, reflective practice, role play and simulation, with clinical placements throughout.
  • Assessment includes reflective writing, assignments and exams.

Real World Experience

  • Learn in wide range of hospital and community practice learning environments.
  • Placements are also available outside the UK.

Career Opportunities

Nursing graduates pursue careers working within a variety of care settings including:

  • Acute care in both the NHS and Independent sector (Adult).
  • Community care in both the NHS and Independent sector (Adult).
  • Mental Health Nurse (Ward or Community) Child
  • Adolescent Mental Health Nurse
  • Older Person Mental Health Nurse
  • Community Addiction Nurse
  • Crisis Intervention Mental Health Nurse

To find out more about becoming a Nurse in Northern Ireland you can visit Nursing NI

Our full-time Nursing Degrees are offered in our Derry-Londonderry campus.

Full-time Nursing Degrees

Aspiring to work within health and/or social care?

If you're not a nurse, but are aspiring to work within health and/or social care, why not consider one of our inter-professional nursing courses?

Our courses are offered across two campuses; Belfast and Derry-Londonderry, with some available full-time, part-time and also by distance learning.

Developing highly knowledgeable and skilled graduates for the health and social care professions.

Key Information

UCAS code: H3W8

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Belfast campus

Developing highly knowledgeable and skilled graduates for the health and social care professions.

Key Information

UCAS code: H3W8

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

Developing highly knowledgeable and skilled graduates for the health and social care professions.

Key Information

UCAS code: H3W7

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Derry~Londonderry campus

Developing highly knowledgeable and skilled graduates for the health and social care professions.

Key Information

UCAS code: H3W7

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Derry~Londonderry campus

Adult nursing provides person centred compassionate care to people in a respectful way that promotes dignity and wellbeing.

Key Information

UCAS code: B740

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Derry~Londonderry campus

Adult nursing provides person centred compassionate care to people in a respectful way that promotes dignity, health and wellbeing.

Key Information

UCAS code: B740

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Derry~Londonderry campus

Mental Health Nursing is a, proactive and humanising profession, delivering valuable contributions to effective and equitable mental health services.

Key Information

UCAS code: B760

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Derry~Londonderry campus

Mental Health Nursing is a, proactive and humanising profession, delivering valuable contributions to effective and equitable mental health services.

Key Information

UCAS code: B760

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Derry~Londonderry campus

Building your academic profile to degree level, with a particular emphasis on the application of knowledge for safe and effective nursing practice.

Key Information

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Belfast campus

Building your academic profile to degree level, with a particular emphasis on the application of knowledge for safe and effective nursing practice.

Key Information

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

Become a competent and confident paramedic educated to deliver safe person centred, evidence informed care across a range of settings.

Key Information

UCAS code: B900

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2025/26

Derry~Londonderry campus

Become a competent and confident paramedic educated to deliver safe person centred, evidence informed care across a range of settings.

Key Information

UCAS code: B900

Full-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Derry~Londonderry campus

Part-time Nursing Degrees

Enabling students from a variety of disciplines to increase their knowledge in relation to the advancement of effective and proactive continence care.

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Enables the student to carefully consider a range of issues related to advancing care for people with a stoma across the lifespan

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Assists the student to identify ways in which they can act as a positive force for the advancement of well-being in people with urological disorders

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

An opportunity to gain an understanding of human anatomy and pathophysiology within a holistic emergency care framework

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

Aims to develop the students' knowledge and aptitude to work safely and effectively in forensic healthcare settings

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

Develop and enhance the student knowledge base and practice of health assessment and facilitate the development of problem solving skills

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

This will equip you to accurately produce & critically analyse the interpretation of spirometry readings, leading to an accurate diagnosis & treatment

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

Belfast campus

To develop and enhance knowledge in relation to proactive, person-centered continence management

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Helps healthcare professionals tp identify how they can play an increasingly influential role in assisting the person living with a stoma

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Assisting healthcare professionals to play a greater role in urological care

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Distance learning

Enabling students from a variety of disciplines to increase their knowledge in relation to the advancement of effective and proactive continence care.

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Enables the student to carefully consider a range of issues related to advancing care for people with a stoma across the lifespan

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Assists the student to identify ways in which they can act as a positive force for the advancement of well-being in people with urological disorders

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

To develop and enhance knowledge in relation to proactive, person-centered continence management

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Helps healthcare professionals tp identify how they can play an increasingly influential role in assisting the person living with a stoma

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Assisting healthcare professionals to play a greater role in urological care

Key Information

Part-time Undergraduate

Year of entry: 2024/25

eLearning

Already a registered nurse ?

If you're currently working as a registered nurse, why not consider one of our NMC-accredited programmes allowing you to enhance your professional practice and gain specialist knowledge?