- Applications are welcomed from a wide range of disciplines with a first or second class honours degree, applicants must show an awareness of health or health-related care issues.
- Applicants must demonstrate competency in spoken and written English and numeracy through GCSE Maths and English at A*-C.
*We also take into account previous work experience.
English Language Requirements:
- IELTS: 7.0 overall; with at least 7.0 in the listening, reading, writing and speaking sections.
- GCSE: English language grade C.
Students are given the opportunity to combine theoretical study with clinical experience.
You will be part of a 'community of practice' where you can work in some of London's leading hospitals and community settings. This will provide you with a unique opportunity to provide culturally sensitive care within a diverse world city.
In the first year of your Adult Nursing Diploma your study will include clinical and communication skills and ethics. Throughout the course you will develop knowledge in the principles and application of biology, physiology and pathology. During the course you will also study modules directly related to the specialist area of nursing you have chosen.
There is also shared learning between mental health, child and adult fields.