Why choose Mental Health Nursing (Pre-registration) at Oxford Brookes University?
Successful completion of the programme will entitle graduates to achieve registration as a Mental Health Nurse with the NMC.
The course will be taught alongside the well-established and highly-regarded BA in Mental Health Nursing and our new four-year BSc Adult and Mental Health Nursing and BSc Children's and Mental Health Nursing.
We are currently redeveloping and revalidating all of our Pre-Registration Nursing programmes and we expect to run new MSc and BSc Mental Health Nursing courses from September 2016.
Working at master's level, you will focus on developing a knowledge base in mental health nursing that is evidence-based and strongly underpinned by research.
You will develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of mental health nursing. This will be informed by scholarship and research as well as critical awareness of current issues/development in the field.
You will acquire specific skills, knowledge and competence in your chosen field and more broadly will be enquiry focused, reflective, innovative, confident and self-aware.
You will complete a master’s level research project involving primary data collection; a service improvement project, a critical review of the literature, or other scholarly output and will be supported to publish your work.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
Securing a place is subject to both a satisfactory DBS and an Occupational Health clearance. If neither clearance has been completed prior to enrolment or a DBS issue has been declared on application, then enrolment may not be possible.If enrolment has been agreed, then continuation on the programme will be contingent on satisfactory clearances.Screening
All applicants will be screened for fitness for practice and a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be made.English language requirements
This course is not available to students classed as International for fees purposes.
For 2016 entry, students from the UK and EU will have their fees paid by the NHS, even if they have previously received public funding for higher education.
Please note: this course is NOT open to international students.From 2017/18, new students on nursing, midwifery and AHP pre-registration courses (which lead on to qualification with one of the health professional regulators) in England will take out maintenance and tuition loans like other students, rather than getting their fees paid by Health Education England and receiving an NHS bursary.
Sources of Funding for Postgraduate UK and EU students
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