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Adult nursing is a challenging but uniquely rewarding career that has moved from its traditional roots whilst remaining true to its core values of service and concern for the person as an individual. It offers unparalleled opportunities for employment and advancement to both women and men. This course will prepare students for the change in the focus of caring from the hospital to the community.
Contemporary nursing practice is based upon sound theoretical foundations in the life sciences, knowledge of interpersonal working, problem solving and ethical reasoning. The programme team work in collaboration with students to help them become the nurse they wish to become. The aim is for an informed, enthusiastic, motivated but above all competent registered nurse.
BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing enables students to gain a professional qualification and an Honours degree. Students will be encouraged to develop the skills of independent learning, critical analysis, leadership, management and decision making.
Detailed Course Facts
Application deadline UK or any other EU country - 15 January ; International - 30 June Tuition fee
- EUR 9550 Year (EEA)
- EUR 12530 Year (Non-EEA)
UK/EU Fees Students starting at UCS from September 2012 will be charged £8000 for a full-time Bachelors degree or £7500 for a full-time Foundation degree. Tuition fees for full-time International Study: Classroom-based 10,500 GBP (£) Laboratory-based 12,600 GBP (£)
Start date September 2015 Duration full-time 36 months Languages Take an IELTS test
Delivery mode On Campus Educational variant Full-time
There are two 22 week semesters in each of the three years each of which 50% is practice and 50% is theory. The first year (Foundation Studies) concerns learning the fundamentals of caring both theoretical and practical. The second and third years are field specific learning to manage and lead the care firstly of individuals and then of small groups in a range of settings within the community, including primary care, and in a full range of settings in the acute environment.
Students will gain experience in a wide range of clinical and community settings. All must be prepared to work evenings and weekends in practice and on occasion travel to placement will be required.
English Language Requirements
IELTS band : 6 CAE score : 75(Grade B) TOEFL paper-based test score : 550 TOEFL iBT® test : 79
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English language requirements
All students need to be able to understand and express themselves in both written and spoken English. Students whose first language is not English will need to take a recognised English Language test in advance of commencing a course at UCS and before the Confirmation of Acceptance (CAS) letter is issued for visa purposes.
UCS accepts a range of English qualifications, with the following standards required:
IELTS (academic version): 6.0 for all degrees, apart from Diagnostic Radiography,Radiotherapy and Oncology, ODP and all Pre-Registration Nursing and Midwifery courses that require 7.0. Postgraduate courses generally require between 6.5 and 7.0.
TOEFL: 550 on paper-based test; 213 on computer-based test; or 79-80 on the internet-based test for all degrees
Pearson Test of English Academic - Minimum score of 50 is required
Cambridge Proficiency Certificate: Grade C; Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: Grade B
GCE O-level or GCSE English Language/Use of English: Grade C
Test in English for Educational Purposes (TEEP) International Baccalaureate English Grade B (standard level).
Hong Kong Certificate of English Education
280 UCAS tariff points. Five GCSEs grade A-C including Mathematics and English, (or equivalent)
Health and Criminal Record Bureau checks will be completed as required by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
No work experience is required.
- Academic Excellence Scholarship
"The Academic Excellence Scholarship can provide up to a 50 % reduction in tuition per semester. These scholarships will be renewed if the student maintains superior academic performance during each semester of their 3-year Bachelor programme. The scholarship will be directly applied to the student’s tuition fees."
- Access Bursary
Bursary for UK students all subjects where the variable tuition fee rate is payable.
- Alumni Bursary
Alumni Bursary for UK Undergraduate students
* The scholarships shown on this page are suggestions first and foremost. They could be offered by other organisations than University Campus Suffolk.
National Scholarship Programme
As part of the new student finance system, students with households incomes under £25,000 per year will benefit from a new National Scholarship Programme. This new scheme is targeted towards students who most need financial help.
The National Scholarship is funded jointly by the Government and Universities. UCS has been awarded a number of National Scholarships which students can apply for Suffolk Access Champion Scheme
The Suffolk Access Champion Scheme will be open to eligible students currently studying at a Suffolk State Sixth form, College or Academy, and applying to study at UCS on a full-time undergraduate degree programme in 2012-13.
The Suffolk Access Champion will work over two years mentoring Year 10 and 11 students to encourage progression on to higher education.
Scholarships for international students
UCS offers a generous scholarship scheme for all undergraduate students paying international fees.
All international students that are offered and have firmly accepted a place on a full-time undergraduate Foundation or Honours degree course at UCS by the 30 September for the year of entry, will be eligible for a scholarship of £1,000 per year for the duration of their course. This scholarship will be awarded each year once annual fees have been paid in full.
Please note that any international students accepted on a course that requires a practice placement with a Primary Care Trust, for example Nursing, Midwifery or Radiography, will incur an additional £3000 fee per each year of study (this excludes all British Islands students except the Falkland Islands).