Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to support individuals across the lifespan, to discover and
realise their own strengths and potential to support in overcoming a range of, often complex, challenges which can impact on mental, social and physical wellbeing.
The course is designed to ensure that you feel confident addressing a range of healthcare needs
including physical wellbeing. The physical wellbeing of individuals who experience mental health
problems is a national priority and the core learning in Years 1 and 2 will empower you to deliver high quality holistic care.
You will engage with individuals, families and communities throughout the programme. You will also work with peers from across a range of fields in nursing, and experience interprofessional learning to
provide you with strong team working and partnership skills so you’re equipped to work in a diverse range of settings in the future.
2021 entry requirements:
3 Highers at CCC, preferably including English and a science subject plus English, Maths and a science subject at National 5 (if not held at Higher).
Applicants will be invited to attend a selection event. This will take the form of a tour of the facilities, an opportunity to meet academics and practitioners, and an interview. The selection process will provide candidates with the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to study at degree level.
Acceptance to all nursing and midwifery courses is subject to a health screening and satisfactory PVG clearance (previously an enhanced disclosure).
School of Nursing and Midwifery