This course has been designed for registered nurses from all specialties.
It will offer you a supportive, international learning environment where you will learn alongside nurses at various stages of their careers. This course will provide you with an excellent grounding in the UK’s four 'Pillars of Practice: clinical practice, facilitation of learning, leadership and evidence, research and development.
This full-time, 12-month course is based at the University of Dundee’s School of Nursing and Health Sciences, which is a research-active school. Not only do the staff utilise contemporary nursing research, the staff and our students are generating research findings which are shaping current and future healthcare for individuals, families and communities.
Through learning with nurses from other countries and other specialties, you will develop your awareness of different cultural approaches and ways of working. In addition, there will be some opportunities to undertake a workplace experience in an NHS, research or educational setting, enabling you to gain first-hand insights into how healthcare is provided in the UK.
You'll need to have a ordinary Bachelor's degree or equivalent and be a registered nurse.
Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing