You’re likely to be a nurse who has completed a diploma or equivalent in the UK or abroad – we’ve designed this course to give you the opportunity to top up your qualification to a degree and update your skills.
You only need to complete two compulsory modules for this course. Then, it’s up to you to tailor your learning and explore the topics relevant to your area of practice.
Feeling overwhelmed by our huge choice of modules? Our programme leads and student services team can help you discover how to get the most out of this course.
At King’s, you’ll learn through lectures, seminars, and workshops. Our teaching methods will depend on the options you choose. Some will include more independent study, but most modules will involve around 50-80 hours of teaching.
Our range of clinical practice modules are taught by a diverse teaching team. Many of our experts split their time between teaching and working in top London NHS trusts, so you’ll be kept up-to-date with the latest developments in healthcare.
We designed the course for working healthcare professionals. So it’s flexible with timings, and adjustable to your interests.
From research methods to national policy knowledge, we’ll provide you with the tools to broaden your understanding of clinical practice.
Because there are only two required modules, your study is based around your practice area and your goals. We have a whole host of post-registration modules for you to choose from, in everything from neonatal to liver disease as well as non-medical prescribing and advanced assessment.
The way we assess you depends on the modules you pick. Typically, we use a mix of reports, essays, and portfolios. And for our research based modules, you’ll sit written exams.
King’s College London is regulated by the Higher Education Funding Council for England
We’re based at the four London campuses:
Different modules will happen in different locations, but a lot of your time will be spent around Waterloo.
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