- Launched in 2019, our adult nursing course focuses on primary care and community nursing, giving you a huge range of career options
- From September 2020 we will be offering two new courses: BSc Mental Health Nursing, and MSci Adult and Mental Health Nursing
- Study in brand new teaching facilities at London's campus university
- Split your time between learning at university and gaining hands-on experience in placements throughout London
The University of Roehampton offers a unique BSc in Adult Nursing, giving you all the skills you need to launch your career in nursing. Drawing on over 175 years' experience in vocational education, this new course offers unmatched flexibility as you start your career.
You can also apply now for either of our new mental health nursing courses: a three-year BSc Mental Nursing and a four-year MSci Adult and Mental Health Nursing, which will provide you with a wealth of career options in the fields of adult nursing, mental health nursing, and primary and community care.
Adult Nursing gives you 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. You will also be working with individuals and communities to keep people healthy and to promote physical and mental wellbeing. Nurses with BSc Adult Nursing work in a variety of roles in GP surgeries, community nursing teams, hospitals, nursing homes and more.
Our new mental health nursing courses will give you all the skills required to work in this field. The new courses will maintain our focus on community care, so that graduates will be particularly well-suited to working in community mental health teams.
If you have more questions about a nursing career, check out our Nursing FAQs page.
What to expect as an Roehampton nursing student
As a nursing student, you'll be spending half of your time gaining direct experience in nursing through placements in the community and in hospitals. We are currently building partnerships with numerous healthcare providers throughout south London and beyond to offer a wide range of placements. The other half of your time will be spent on our campus, learning in our brand new facilities. Your time on campus will be divided between simulated practice in our Clinical Simulation Centre, and classroom theory delivered by experienced practitioners and experts in the field.
With a range of on-campus accommodation, you'll be welcomed into a close-knit and supportive community, where you'll also benefit from living in London's greenest university, with resources including an on-campus gym and our award-winning library.
Enquire about nursing at Roehampton
The University of Roehampton is currently in the development stage of two mental health nursing courses. As these courses are still being developed, they are under validation which is a formal process through which the University approves a programme (content, teaching, learning and assessment) as being of appropriate standard and quality.
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