BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult Health)
Make a difference to someone’s life when it matters most. Our degree will prepare you to care for adults with acute/long-term illness, in a multitude of healthcare settings. You will be ready to play a vital role in health promotion and disease prevention as well as nursing adults. Working closely with other healthcare professionals, patients and their families, you will gain the necessary experience, competencies and skills needed to join the 1000s of our graduates working as registered nurses.
You will distinguish yourself with a degree from one of the first institutions to offer the new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards for nursing education and you will practice your clinical and communication skills both in the clinical environment and the safe, supervised setting of our Clinical Skills Resource Centre (CSRC). You will have the option to study at Plymouth, our Knowledge Spa Campus, Truro or at our new School of Nursing in Exeter.
Four year MNurs degrees
Our four year MNurs programme allows you to study at masters level and choose two fields of nursing to register within:
Nursing students to receive £5,000 payment a year
The Government is issuing Nursing students on courses from 2020 a payment of at least £5,000 a year, which they will not have to pay back. A further £3,000 of funding a year is available for eligible students.
This course is now closed for September 2021 entry for the Exeter and Truro campus
only Plymouth campus available.
- BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental
Health) – B761 (Exeter and Cornwall campus).
- MSc Human Nutrition (5742) for applicants who have a prior science degree.
Apply early from September 2021 for September 2022 entry or search for alternative courses.