MSc or BSc nursing?Watch
Its case by case scenario but the uni might offer you either or both. Or they might also ask you to complete a refresher course like Access to Nursing in your local college so that you can get more confidence/experience for it. Good luck!
I have seven years of nhs experience as a band three healthcare support worker/ mainly community nursing and an arts degree and a pgce . I know that on paper this should be ok for the MSc pre reg nursing course and two years would be better financially and age wise for me but I’m wondering whether the BSc might be better in terms of science and theory knowledge and it’s twenty years since I studied so whether I’ll cope with an MSc bit then I wonder whether the first year of BSc will be a lot of stuff I’ll know from work such as record keeping, info governance , infection control, safeguarding etc ?? Just trying to weight up the realities of how they compare
No they do offer apprenticeships through open university but I would have to change roles as I currently work in an area which wouldn’t want me to do adult nursing as it’s quite a specialist area I work in