Accredited by the Nursing & Midwifery Council and boasting high student satisfaction rates by Unistats, it aims to teach you the specific theory, plus all the analytical, diagnostic and practical skills needed to become a registered nurse for this particular demographic.
Youâll be taught by highly-qualified and industry-experienced lecturers, practitioners, and a diverse range of guest speakers, in our state-of-the-art clinical and community suites, where youâll become well versed in the science and art of nursing. Within six months of completing their course, 100% of our students employed are in a professional or managerial position (Destination of Leavers from Higher Education, 2018).
To ensure you graduate as a confident and competent healthcare professional, fully prepared for practice, there is a strong emphasis on practical learning where youâll complete the 2,300 hours of placements required for this course.
As a Nursing student, you will spend 50% of your time on the course in a practice placement setting, and the remaining 50% studying - whether at home, at the library or on campus attending lectures, seminars or working under the guidance of our demonstrators in the Practice Skills suite. You will study a range of units including anatomy and physiology, communication, acute illness, long-term conditions, health promotion, service improvement project and emergency care.
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Bournemouth is an amazing student city, with new club nights on all the time and a great atmosphere. The beach is lovely and the centre of student life in the Summer. Everybody is friendly, with a great diverse student body. There’s loads of places in town - try the Buffalo, a short bus ride away from the centre but with amazing drinks and staff. The tutors are great, providing interesting and dynamic lectures and offering a load of support and guidance.
It was fine. The academics were the best part, and the archaeology department is excellent, all the staff are really friendly and they all know you by name cause the course is so small. The uni itself is not the best but definitely not the worst I've seen, and SUBU is pretty good. Accommodation is quite bad, but the quality of the housing is fine, there's just not enough of it. Student houses are usually awful, but there are some good ones around.
My overall uni experience has been pretty fine with Bournemouth.
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