MSc Nursing with registration Courses at King's 2019
The Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery & Palliative Care now has MSc with registration pathways in: Adult, Children’s and Mental Health Nursing for September 2019 entry. The Faculty is now the world’s second-best nursing faculty and considered the best in the UK, according to the 2019 instalment of the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
You will be supported as you progress towards registered practitioner level and beyond, and your programme will provide you with a framework to develop your nursing skills and build your knowledge of patient care and professional and ethical practice.
We are also hosting our MSc Nursing Taster Evening event. Find out more and register to attend here.
Still unsure about a career in Nursing? We hosted a live Q&A on Facebook to answer any questions you may have about where a nursing degree could take you. Hear from industry professionals and current King's students on why they chose to get into the profession, their experiences so far and some of the incredible opportunities that are available with a career in nursing.
Apply for our MSc with registration courses today:
Nursing with Registration as an Adult Nurse MSc
Nursing with Registration as an Children's Nurse MSc
Nursing with Registration as an Mental Health Nurse MSc
Why should I study MSc Nursing with registration?
Meet Thea, one of our postgraduate entry children's nursing students as she talks about her course, her aspirations after completing her nursing with registration studies and what she loves about studying at King's College London.
Read about some of the journeys our current Nursing with Registration students have taken to enter into a Nursing career at a postgraduate level.
Thea, Children's Nursing with Registration
Thea initially studied a History BSc and then undertook office management work. However, she quickly felt that she wanted a career change. Thea had a passion for caring for people, specifically children, and wanted to channel this professionally and change away from her previous studies and work experience. Thea now wants to work in a neonatal unit and eventually transition into a practice educator.
Brenda, Mental Health Nursing with Registration
Brenda initially obtained a BSc in Criminology and worked within criminal justice for a year however she found she had a fascination with crime and its relationship to mental health. After enrolling at King’s, Brenda now currently shadows at psychiatric intensive care units. She hopes to focus on research in mental health as well as undertake work in a rehabilitation centre to provide further support to the criminal justice system after graduation.
Henna, Adult Nursing with Registration
Before applying to King's College London to study Adult Nursing, Henna had already completed a BA (Hons) degree in Sociology. This degree helped her to see the behaviour of people, their beliefs and identities as as her own gave her the ability see life more objectively and critically. While study for her BA (Hons) degree, she also voulunteerd as a counsellor at ChildLinke as also as a family support worker at a prison. Henna always kew she had a passion for helping and supporting people as she found it so rewarding - which is how she knew she wanted to become a nurse.
Natalie, Adult Nursing with Registration
Natalie did enter directly into healthcare with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences however felt this was not the right fit for her. She worked briefly as a healthcare assistant but then gravitated towards Adult Nursing and the empowerment and challenges facing the modern nurse today. Natalie aspires to become a palliative nurse specialising in end of life care.
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Please note: From 1 August 2018 onwards, new nursing, midwifery and most allied health students will no longer receive NHS bursaries, but will have access to the same package of undergraduate funding available through the Student Loans Company (SLC). Applications are administered by Student Finance England (SFE). Please click here for more information.