What will you study on the BSc European Nursing (Adult)?
You will learn a range of essential nursing skills and techniques to effectively care for adult patients in a variety of healthcare environments. Problem solving and making critical decisions will become second nature, and you will become confident working collaboratively in teams; ensuring you are able to assess, plan and implement adult care effectively. You will gain a detailed understanding of the ongoing development of nursing as a profession and be confident in contributing to the debate about its future.
Through taking this nursing route you will gain greater understanding of pan European health problems, particularly related to deployment of health personnel and trends in health and social care. We encourage collaboration and exchange of ideas in terms of clinical and educational research, to inform your studies and wider career development.
You will spend seven months studying and learning at a partner university in another European country (subject to availability): Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (Pori, Finland), University of Firenze (Florence, Italy), University of Malta (Malta) and University College Lillebælt (Odense, Denmark); and on return you will complete their dissertation module and final 12-week sign-off period of practice in London.
What will you gain?
You will become an independent, self-motivated practitioner, able to reflect on your practice and adopt a critical and analytical approach to the care of adult patients.