University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) - MSc Nursing

Programme designed to aid registered nurses from every area of the profession.
  • University of Central Lancashire, England
  • 8300 £
  • 2 Years
  • Online
  • 22 May 2023

Course Information

This programme brings together nurses from all different backgrounds, specialisms, and corners of the world to help them in developing the specialist skills, knowledge, and inter-professional insights needed to drive their practice forward. 

These studies will prepare you to rise to the challenges and opportunities of the future, no matter what healthcare system you work in. 

This programme will encourage you to reflect on your own practice, drawing from your prior experience, and combine your knowledge with new learning and fresh perspectives. The focus is to develop a more critical and creative approach to your profession, promoting and providing innovative leadership within contemporary healthcare. 


About the University / School

The University of Central Lancashire is the international, multi-campus University tracing its roots back to 1828 and leading the way in modern learning today. It is one of the UK’s largest universities with a staff and student community approaching 38,000.

The University of Central Lancashire was founded in 1828 as the Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge. University's motto ‘Ex solo ad solem’ means ‘from the earth to the sun’ and remains an important part of who we are today. UCLan helps people from all walks of life to achieve their potential. In UCLan we believe in helping people to seize every opportunity to flourish in education, at work and for life. Through the combination of academic excellence and real-world teaching, the university inspires people to transform their lives by seizing opportunities and achieving things they never thought possible.

Graduates of The University of Central Lancashire achieve outstanding results and are highly employable. Over 69% of UCLan's students graduate with a First or 2:1 while 95.5% of our graduates enter employment or further study within six months of graduating.

UCLan offers truly international experience, with student community coming from more than 100 countries around the world. UCLan is ranked in the top 7% of universities worldwide (Centre for World University Rankings 2021-22).

The University has recently refreshed its Strategic Plan to further recognise that sustaining and enhancing the wellbeing of people, places and the planet are amongst the most important challenges we face today.


Learning format

The programme consists of four modules followed by dissertation.

Weekly activities include mix of webinars, forums, and learning activities. In order to complete essays, projects and dissertation you will be provided with acan cess to online library where learning materials can be found.

Assessment is made based on a combination of formative and summative assessments. Formative assessment involves tutor feedback on your presentations and other projects, whereas summative assessments will typically take place through essays and assessed coursework.


Entry requirements

In order to qualify for the programme, the following criteria need to be met:

-you must be a registered, qualified nurse with evidence of recent professional development

-you’ll need to evidence your registration / qualification and share proof of recent professional development

-you will need references from your sponsor or employer will be sought

-if English is not your first language you will need to hold a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or an accepted equivalent.

Apply before:

08 May 2023

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University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) - University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) - MSc Nursing