Studying nursing will make you a proactive, creative and dynamic practitioner in this challenging yet rewarding field.
You’ll gain the latest skills and knowledge to start or take your career further in healthcare. At Brunel, you'll be taught and supported by an experienced and dynamic team of nurse educators.
We offer three new undergraduate degrees in Adult, Child Health and Mental Health Nursing * that empower you with the specialist skills, knowledge and confidence to start your nursing career.
For qualified nurses (with initial nurse or midwife registration), we offer three pathways: Health Visiting, Occupational Health Nursing or School Nursing.
Health Visiting practitioners play a key role in the promotion of health and the prevention of ill health at individual, group and community levels; School Nursing practitioners promote school health and meet the health-related needs of children and adolescents; Occupational Health Nursing roles include responsibility for health and safety at work, risk assessment, management of occupational disease and the promotion of physical and psychological health in the workplace.
On successful completion of your specialist community public health nursing degree, you’ll be eligible to apply for community public health nurse posts within your specialism and even progress to a team leader or managerial role.
NMC registration, with your degree, enables you to practise as a registered nurse in the UK.
* These programmes will commence in September 2021, subject to approval by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. These courses will be open to Home and EU applicants only for 2021 entry. As a nursing student on one of our new undergraduate degrees in Adult, Child Health or Mental Health Nursing (subject to NMC approval), you could receive at least £5,000 a year grant funding which you don't need to pay back. See the UK government website for more information.
Achieve your potential on your nursing degree
I know that I'm definitely in the right university to achieve my qualification as an Occupational Health Nurse. With the support I am getting, I will be a competent practitioner that Brunel will be proud of.
Dephene, Specialist Community Public Health Nursing BSc
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