University : Ranked in the Top 5% of universities worldwide – Times Higher Education.
Mode of study :Online
12 April 2018
About the Programme
The programme is designed specifically for registered nurses who hold a diploma or certificate in nursing and want to top-up their current academic qualifications towards a full bachelor degree in nursing studies.
The programme consists of 6 compulsory modules with curriculum aimed to deepen the student’s knowledge of evidence-based practice and develop a critical approach to integrated healthcare.
The programme is updated with feedback from registered nurses, healthcare personnel, nurse managers and even patients, to keep it relevant to current contemporary healthcare practice.
The programme is relevant to contemporary nursing practice, allowing students to enhance their skills and knowledge to progress within a chosen sphere of nursing practice.
Students will be assigned a personal tutor and can network with fellow practitioners from across the globe.
The university offers a personalised student experience. The university’s virtual learning environment provides students with access to learning material and online support services.
The entry requirement for this course is to be a registered nurse and have a qualification in nursing equivalent to 240 SCQF credits.
Other professional qualifications and sufficient relevant working experience will be considered on an individual basis.
Alternatively, applicants must have at least 4 years of relevant work experience.
Successful graduates will be able to apply their skills and knowledge to and progress within their chosen sphere of nursing practice.
Please note that Edinburgh Napier University’s website (www.napier.ac.uk) is the most up to date source of information regarding courses. We strongly recommend that you always visit the website before making any commitments.