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BNurs Adult Nursing / Careers

Year of entry: 2021

Career opportunities

Lauren Dearnley - BNurs Adult Nursing

"I chose nursing because I wanted to spend my career impacting on other people's lives and really making a difference to the care they receive.

"Not only is nursing such a rewarding profession, but there is also such a wide range of unique opportunities and various working environments."

Lauren Dearnley / BNurs Adult Nursing

We aim to enhance your employability throughout your time with us to make sure you are well prepared for the jobs market. 96% of our graduates go on to work or further study after completing the course.

Students completing our programme are highly valued by local employers. There are numerous employment opportunities available within NHS Trusts and other healthcare settings for newly-qualified staff.

A UK-registered nursing or midwifery qualification is recognised in many countries around the world, and therefore provides potential opportunities for travel and work abroad. Find out more on the NHS Health Careers website .

Careers advice

During the course, you will have access to dedicated academic employability staff with extensive professional contacts who bring students and NHS employers together.

Employability events

You will be able to attend a variety of targeted careers events throughout the course.

Accrediting organisations

The course is approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), the UK regulator for nursing and midwifery professions.

The primary purpose of the NMC is protection of the public. It does this through maintaining a register of all qualified nurses, midwives and specialist community public health nurses eligible to practise within the UK and by setting national standards for their education, training and conduct.