Nursing In UK

B.Sc (Hons) Professional Practice (Nursing) with work placement and ONP

Convert your Diploma in to a British Bachelor Degree in one year.
Gain UK / International work experience from the work placement
Improve your English language proficiency to the level set by the NMC and do your ONP in the university and become a Registered Nurse in UK.

This post-registration award enables you to function more effectively in a multi-professional setting and is designed to accommodate professionals from a range of backgrounds who want to progress their academic and practical base of care. Students benefit from modern facilities, that includes the state of the art Simulation Centre. You can tailor your study to extend your expertise in professional practice in relation to your specific work setting/client group, and all Professional Practice modules allow you to apply theories to your own practice.

This post-qualification award offers career enhancement and progression by enabling you to exercise higher levels of judgement, discretion and decision making in clinical care. You will study the core subject areas of Research and Professional Practice, Leadership in Health and Social Care and undertake a Professional Project. Throughout your study, you will explore a wide range of health and wellbeing issues and the degree will allow you to develop your role as a graduate practitioner.


The Faculty of Health Sport and Science have many years experience in supporting International students. We would like to offer you an exciting opportunity to carry out a work placement as part of your course – at no extra cost.

A placement would not only provide valuable work experience, but would also help you to fully integrate policies, procedures and evidence-based practice into your professional practice.

It will provide you with a wider understanding of the UK health care system and allow you to follow through on patient care episodes. This valuable knowledge can then be transferred to your practice in the future. The placement will be formatively assessed.