Develop your nursing career. Explore the challenges facing the caring profession today and investigate new technologies, ideas and approaches to healthcare.
Our full-time MSc Clinical Nursing course is designed for registered international nurses who are working in a range of roles and settings in the fast-changing world of health service provision.
Meanwhile, the part-time course is ideal for UK registered nurses with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) and working in a healthcare trust.
Whether you want to focus on a particular clinical specialty or are still deciding on a clinical pathway, this postgraduate course in Chelmsford is a great way to broaden your career prospects.
ARU’s MSc Clinical Nursing features an extensive range of optional modules to choose from. These will help you to develop your existing skillset and deepen your knowledge of contemporary issues in healthcare both in the UK and internationally.
These practitioner-led optional modules foster innovation, research and creativity, and will enable you to influence service delivery and effect change in your own areas of clinical practice.
You’ll also explore leadership and management in healthcare. You’ll be able to assess the roles that leaders and managers play and apply the principles and techniques of leadership and management in a range of organisational contexts.
Studying this Masters degree will support your continuing professional development and professional revalidation and give you opportunities to challenge and critically evaluate your performance as a nurse.
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As a postgraduate student at ARU you’ll benefit from:
Course Leader, Community Nursing
Senior Lecturer in Adult and Acute Care Nursing
Course Leader/Senior Lecturer
Whether you’re an international student or a UK-registered nurse working in a healthcare trust, our MSc Clinical Nursing will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to confront the challenges of healthcare and shape the future of your practice.
Gaining a Masters degree will also give you the potential to take your career in alternative directions such as healthcare leadership, research or education.
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