Are you passionate about supporting the mental health and wellbeing of others and want to learn to provide outstanding care within mental health services? You can choose to study this course at two locations: our main campus in Roehampton, or at Croydon University Centre (subject to approval). Study with us at Roehampton: ranked top 10 in the UK for Nursing (Guardian University Guide 2024)
112 UCAS points (or equivalent)
B742 (Roehampton Campus)
To apply to Croydon University Centre: on your UCAS application select campus code 'C' when adding Roehampton (R78) and BSc Mental Health Nursing (B742)
3 years (full-time)
BSc (single honours)
These modules are those we currently offer and may be subject to change.
Our BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing course focuses on community nursing, giving you a huge range of career options.
Study in excellent teaching facilities on our main London campus, or at our Croydon University Centre.
Split your time between learning at university and gaining hands-on experience in placements with our clinical partners.
How to apply
- September 2024 entry: Home (UK) students – apply through UCAS (Roehampton UCAS institution code is R48)
Apply now for September 2024 entry through UCAS
- September 2024 entry: International students- apply using our direct application form
Apply now for September 2024 entry
If you need any help or advice with your application, or just want to ask us a question before you apply, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We welcome applicants with a wide range of qualifications, including BTECs, A-levels and T Levels.
When we consider applications to study with us, we form a complete view of your achievements to date, and future potential. In some cases, we will make you a contextual offer. Contextual offers ensure that all applicants have a fair opportunity of gaining a place with us, regardless of their background. Find out more about contextual offers.
Detailed advice on applying for an undergraduate degree is available on our How to apply page.
Tuition fees and funding
September 2024 entry tuition fees
Year 1 fees, see links in table below for more information.
We offer a wide range of scholarships and bursaries. See our 2024 financial support pages for UK students, and for international students. Nursing students could also be able to receive non-repayable amount of up to £11,000 per academic year with the NHS Learning Support Fund.
We also provide other ways to support the cost of living, including free buses and on-campus car parking, hardship support and some of the most affordable student accommodation and catering in London. Find out more about how we can support you.
112 UCAS points (or equivalent)
Specific entry requirements
A levels/BTEC (or equivalent qualification): at least one science or health-related subject
GCSE (or equivalent) grades 4/C in Maths and English (at least one science subject desirable).
Applicants will also undertake an interview. Successful applicants will need to complete an Occupational Health (OH) Check and an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) Check.
Non-native English speakers who do not have GCSE English or equivalent at grade 4/C or above require an IELTS score of at least 6.5 in writing and at least 7.0 in reading, listening and speaking, with a minimum overall score of 7.0. Please refer to the NMC website for more details.
General entry requirements
Validation and curriculum review
What is validation?
Validation is a formal process through which the University approves a programme (content, teaching, learning and assessment) as being of appropriate standard and quality. This is a normal process used throughout the university sector.
The University expects to publish details of the validated programme in the academic year prior to the start date of the programme. You are advised to check the University website at that time to ensure that you have up-to-date information. In the meantime, if you require information you should contact 0208 392 3232.
What is curriculum review?
Curriculum review is the regular and systematic monitoring and reviewing of programmes. It is a normal process in the sector and it is the way by which the university ensures that your course remains up-to-date and relevant. The process may result in changes to the content, structure and/or assessment of the programme.
The University expects to publish details of the re-validated programme by 31 March in the academic year prior to the start date of the programme. You are advised to check the University website at that time to ensure that you have up-to-date information. In the meantime, if you require information you should contact 0208 392 3232.
Mary Seacole Health Innovation Centre
The Mary Seacole Health Innovation Centre provides a unique space for healthcare students, with a focus on primary and community nursing.