Glyndŵr University nursing graduates are highly sought-after by healthcare providers.
Approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the pre-registration degree courses will equip you to become a reflective practitioner able to use the evidence base to deliver safe, effective and compassionate care.
Taught by experienced registered nurse teachers with specialist higher qualifications, these BN(Hons) courses share a common foundation programme before you go on to specialise in adult or mental health. Supported by clinical simulation, these courses offer placements in a wide range of care settings to give you a broader experience.
The post-registration courses allow you as a qualified health professional to enhance your career prospects or progress into new areas of practice. These courses all have a practice-based or related element to boost learning and develop skills in real situations.
All levels of achievement are catered form, with diploma and certificate level courses to help progress the careers of health and social care assistants, and postgraduate courses from an MSc in Interdisciplinary Palliative Care to an MA in Counselling and Physiotherapy.
Flexibility is key, with most of the courses available part-time to fit around work and family commitments and many offering negotiable modules to enable you to create a bespoke programme.
There is help with funding your studies too with pre-registration students eligible for a non means-tested bursary and payment of tuition fees, and students on some post-registration courses working in Wales may apply to the university and an NHS employer for a Welsh Government-funded place.