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Nursing – Adult BSc (Hons)
Nursing – Adult BSc (Hons)

Nursing – Adult BSc (Hons)

  • ID:RGU440201
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (USD)

  • TuitionFee/Year:$13,670.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$624.00
  • TuitionFee/Year:$13,670.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$12,000.00
  • InsuranceFee/Year:$624.00
Estimated Total/program:
$105,176.00
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • SQA Higher: BBBC to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English).  English, Maths and a science subject are required at National 5 grade C or above if not held at Higher.

  • GCE A Level: BCC to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English).  English, Maths and a science subject are required at GCSE grade C or above if not held at A Level.

  • Irish Leaving Certificate Higher: H2H3H3H3 to include English (or a written subject requiring the use of English).  English, Maths and a science subject are required at grade O3 or above if not held at Higher.

  • IB Diploma:  27 to include Higher Level English (or a written subject requiring the use of English).  English,  Maths and a science subject at required at Standard Level if not held at Higher

English requirements

  • All applicants whose first language is not English are required to have an Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing System) overall score of 7.0 with a score of 7.0 in all elements apart from writing where minimum score is 6.5. Appropriate equivalents will be considered.

Course Information

This BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing course is designed to prepare our future nurses to thrive within today’s health and social care services by providing you with the skills, knowledge and critical ability to provide person-centred care. The course follows the structure of the BSc Nursing (Adult) course with the addition of a fourth year at honours level.

As an Adult Nurse you will mainly work with people over the age of 16 years old, at all stages of the life cycle. You’ll work with individuals, families and communities to promote health and wellbeing, the prevention of ill-health, improve mental and physical health and end of life care.

You will gain valuable work experience with 50% of your time spent on clinical placement. We have strong partnerships with healthcare providers so can offer a diverse range of high-quality practical learning opportunities.

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Stage 1, Semester 1

  •   NU1302,   Nursing Care - Application

  •   NU1303,   Sciences 1

  •   NU1304,   Fundamentals of Nursing Practice

Stage 1, Semester 2,

  •   NU1301,   Exploring Health,

  •   NU1304,   Fundamentals of Nursing Practice,

Stage 1, Semester 3,

  •   NU1304,   Fundamentals of Nursing Practice,

Stage 2, Semester 1

  •   NU2302,   Nursing Care - Decision Making

  •   NU2303,   Sciences 2

  •   NU2304,   Developing Nursing Practice

Stage 2, Semester 2,

  •   NU2301,   Promoting Health,

  •   NU2303,   Sciences 2,

  •   NU2304,   Developing Nursing Practice,

Stage 2, Semester 3,

  •   NU2304,   Developing Nursing Practice,

Stage 3, Semester 1

  •   NU3336,   Leading in Adult Nursing

  •   NU3337,   Leading in Children and Young People's Nursing

  •   NU3338,   Applied Mental Health Practice

  •   NU3366,   Contemporary Sciences and Humanities in Adult Nursing

  •   NU3367,   Contemporary Sciences and Humanities in Children and Young Peoples Nursing

  •   NU3368,   Contemporary Sciences for Mental Health Practice

  •   NU3376,   Proficient Nursing Practice

  •   NU3377,   Developing Proficient Nursing Practice

Stage 3, Semester 2,

  •   NU3306,   Society, Health and Wellbeing in Adult Nursing,

  •   NU3307,   Society, Health and Wellbeing in Children and Young Peoples Nursing,

  •   NU3308,   Society, Health and Wellbeing in Mental Health Practice,

  •   NU3376,   Proficient Nursing Practice,

  •   NU3377,   Developing Proficient Nursing Practice,

Stage 3, Semester 3,

  •   NU3376,   Proficient Nursing Practice,

  •   NU3377,   Developing Proficient Nursing Practice,

Stage 4, Semester 1

  •   NU4301,   Contemporary Unscheduled Care

  •   NU4302,   Dissertation

  •   NU4304,   Consolidating Nursing Practice

  •   NU4337,   Leading in Children and Young People's Nursing

  •   NU4338,   Applied Mental Health Practice

  •   NU4367,   Contemporary Sciences and Humanities in Children and Young People's Nursing

  •   NU4368,   Contemporary Sciences for Mental Health Practice

  •   NU4378,   Proficient Nursing Practice 2

Stage 4, Semester 2,

  •   NU4302,   Dissertation,

  •   NU4303,   Integrated Health and Social Care,

  •   NU4307,   Society, Health and wellbeing in Children and Young People's Nursing,

  •   NU4308,   Society, Health and Wellbeing in Mental Health Practice,

  •   NU4378,   Proficient Nursing Practice 2,

Stage 4, Semester 3,

  •   NU4378,   Proficient Nursing Practice 2,

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

Few careers offer the range of opportunity that nursing can offer. It is a highly rewarding choice as well as being well regarded and in high demand.

As an Adult Nurse you can work in:

  • Emergency and unplanned care services

  • General or specialist services

  • Outpatient, community and occupational health settings

  • In addition, you might work in people’s homes, health centres, residential care homes, workplaces or hospitals. For further nursing careers, visit NHS Careers.

    This course provides an excellent foundation for future academic study and the development of more specialist nursing knowledge and skills for clinical, managerial and/or research roles.

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Overseas Student Health Cover

OSHC: 624GBP/ per year

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