Nursing at Croydon University Centre

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Our Courses at Croydon University Centre

adult nursing

BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

Develop a broad set of skills which you can use to pursue careers in nursing, working with adults of any age with a wide range of long-term conditions and acute illnesses.

Adult and Mental Health Nursing

BSc (Hons) Children’s Nursing

Learn to provide outstanding care for children and young people. Our unique programme highlights the vital importance of community and primary care in nursing, as well as the importance of placing equal value on both the physical and mental health of children.

Mental Health nursing

BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing

Are you passionate about supporting the mental health and wellbeing of others and want to learn to provide outstanding care within mental health services?

How to apply

You can apply for our nursing courses through UCAS.


For BSc Adult Nursing, select campus code 'C' when adding R48 (Roehampton) and course B740 (BSc Adult Nursing) as a choice on your UCAS application.


For BSc Children’s Nursing, please use the course code B730.

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Clinical Simulation Centre

A brand new Clinical Simulation Centre (CSC) has been built at Croydon University Centre. In this purpose built facility, there is a fully functioning ward, practice nurse rooms, simulated home and community environments and bespoke teaching rooms. In the CSC, you’ll get to practice some of the essential skills you’ll need as a nurse, such as nursing procedures and communication, in a safe learning environment.

The community rooms set up to resemble a patient's home
A bed in the CSC
A view of the CSC

Placements and Partnerships

You’ll be spending half your time gaining direct nursing experience through placements in the community and in hospitals. We have partnerships with numerous healthcare providers throughout south London and beyond. You can find out more about some of our partners on the BSc Adult Nursing and BSc Children’s Nursing course pages. 

Fees and funding

The fees for our nursing degrees are £9,250 per year, which is the same as all undergraduate degrees.

Nursing students are eligible for extra government funding to help support you through your degree. All eligible new students will receive a non-repayable payment of £5,000 each academic year. Additional funding may also be available for parental support. You can find out more here.