Whether you’re looking to gain further qualifications or to start a career in nursing and midwifery, we'll support you every step of the way.
Working in close partnership with the NHS, we ensure your learning experience is as authentic as possible. You’ll develop hands-on experience alongside our friendly and well-qualified staff; both in our simulated skills laboratories that mirror real-life UK hospital wards, and throughout your time on placement.
Learn more about caring for acutely ill adults, and top-up your existing nursing qualification to a BSc (Hons) in just one year. You’ll learn about current laws, procedures and best practice in this field while enhancing your leadership, decision-making and teamwork skills.
Learn more about caring for acutely ill adults, and top-up your existing nursing qualification to a BSc (Hons). You’ll learn about current laws, procedures and best practice in this field while enhancing your leadership, decision-making and teamwork skills.
The FdSc Assistant Practitioner (Nursing) is designed to develop healthcare assistants to develop their roles and knowledge base. You will be working in your existing role while studying and applying learning to the work environment. Completion of the course can lead to a career in nursing.
Our BSc (Hons) Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing aims to meet the personal, professional and educational requirements of mental health professionals, staff and any other interested parties in this area of care need.
Already a qualified nurse or midwife? Join our degree course in Year 3 to develop your understanding of child health, and how you can deliver high standards of care to infants, children, young people and their families.
This nursing degree is designed for international students to study nursing in the UK. This nursing course will help you further your skills and increase your career prospects. Our state of the art laboratories and inspirational lecturers will provide the support you need to improve your competence and build your confidence.
Already a qualified mental health or learning disabilities nurse with a diploma? Further your understanding of contemporary mental health issues and top-up your qualification to a full BSc (Hons) on our distance learning course - all while you continue to work.
Midwifery is an exciting, rewarding career that’s always evolving and changing. On this highly practical course, you’ll develop the skills and confidence you need to make a significant contribution to the health of women, babies and families. This course is self-funded so you are required to pay tuition fees.
Join our full-time, NMC validated Adult Nursing course and take the first step towards a career in nursing. You’ll immerse yourself in a diversity of placements which will help you build practice-based skills and knowledge. Whether you study in Cambridge, Chelmsford or Peterborough, you’ll learn in our cutting edge skill laboratories and become a part of our supportive nursing community.
Join our full-time, NMC validated Child Nursing course and take the first step towards a career in nursing. You’ll dive in a diversity of placements which will help you build practice-based skills and knowledge; experiences will range from working with newborns to teenagers. Whether you study in Cambridge or Chelmsford, you’ll learn in our dedicated child nursing skills labs and become a part of our supportive nursing community.
Open up a varied and rewarding career for yourself in mental health nursing. One-quarter of the population will experience a mental health problem at some point. As a specialist nurse, your skills and support will make a real difference in many people’s lives.
If you're passionate about helping to promote and protect people's health, our degree course is for you. You’ll have opportunities to develop practical and professional skills, engage with employers, interpret and report upon data, and get hands-on experience with a work placement.
This course places you at the heart of the family. You’ll develop public health skills while specialising in providing support for children and families at household, school and population level. You’ll focus on preventing ill-health, improving health and reducing health inequalities.