BSc (Hons)

Mental Health Nursing

Our BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing Apprenticeship, developed with local health care providers, gives your staff the clinical and communication expertise to be able to support people with mental illnesses in their homes and specialist health services.

Mental Health Nursing

Course Overview

  • Attendance

    Part Time
  • Duration

    4 years
  • Venue

    City Campus
  • Cost

    Maximum of £27,000

Available to levy and non-levy paying organisations, the flexible course offers organisations a number of pathways for staff to achieve their potential and the requirements for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).

Our degree apprenticeship is based on our highly successful pre-registration programme. A Nursing Times analysis of the National Students Survey 2017 revealed that 98 per cent of our nursing students were satisfied with their course making us the best university in England to study nursing.

Apprentices are in full time employment whilst studying for the three and a half year degree so they are able to very quickly utilise their newly acquired knowledge and skills within the workplace for the benefit of patients and service users.

Modules can be delivered on set days throughout the year, with the remainder of the apprentice’s time spent putting their skills and knowledge into practice either in their employment area or alternative placement areas. These alternative placements enhance the apprentice’s knowledge and understanding of nursing care across a variety of acute and primary care settings in order to meet NMC requirements for registration.

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