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Course Highlights

  1. Combine the academic rigor of a degree from a research-intensive university with the professional education needed to allow you to become a registered nurse.
  2. At the University of York, there’s a difference between training and education. That’s why they have built innovative, research-informed teaching into every step of your path to becoming an effective nurse.
  3. Through a combination of hands-on practical experience gained through clinical placements around the region and theoretical study in the classroom, you’ll learn how to provide effective care and ask challenging questions. You’ll be taught by experienced academics whose work is changing the way we think about health and healthcare.
  4. As a graduate from the Nursing Department, you’ll become a registered practitioner.
  5. You’ll also have the analytical and critical thinking skills you need to become a proficient and confident leader in the future of health and healthcare.
  6. The Nursing courses offered at the University of York are -
  • Three-year courses
    • BSc Nursing (Adult)
    • BSc Nursing (Child)
    • BSc Nursing (Mental Health)
  • Four-year integrated Masters
    • MNurs Nursing (Adult)
    • MNurs Nursing (Child)
    • MNurs Nursing (Mental Health)
  • Postgraduate courses
    • MSc Nursing (Adult)
    • MSc Nursing (Mental Health)

Lets have a detailed look, MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult) which is a 4-year full-time, integrated masters course & here are the top reasons to go for this course

  1. The future nursing workforce needs advanced leadership with higher level clinical and analytical skills.
  2. This four-year course leading to a Masters in Nursing and first level registration as a nurse has been designed with this in mind. It will equip you with the confidence and ability to think critically, apply knowledge and skills, and provide expert, evidence-based, direct nursing care.
  3. After completing this degree students will be eligible to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the professional regulatory body for nurses and midwives in the UK.
  4. You shall have access to State-of-the-art facilities where you would be able to perfect your practical skills in the Clinical Simulation Unit which looks just like a hospital ward
  5. The department of Nursing at the University of York ranked 4th in the UK for Nursing (including Midwifery) by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021
  6. It was also ranked 6th in the UK for Nursing and Midwifery by the Guardian University Guide 2021
  7. It ranked 7th in the UK for Nursing (including Midwifery) by the Complete University Guide 2022
  8. By joining this course, you shall join some of the brightest and best students preparing to become the nursing leaders of the future

Course Eligibility

So, Let’s have a look at the Key Eligibility Requirements for MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult):

  • Class 12: Min average score of 80%  comparable to AAB/ABB (English , Maths and Science)
  • For CBSE and CISCE boards, the overall average score from the best four subjects, shall be accepted
  • For other State Boards, the overall score from the best five subject shall be accepted
  • Students with relevant experience are also strongly encouraged to apply
  • Selection at the sole discretion of the University

English Language Requirements:

  • IELTS: 7.0 with no less than 7.0 in each component
  • Other English Tests accepted as well eg. PTE, TOEFL IBT, NCUK English Test; waivers may be applicable case by case

Course Fees

Let’s look at the Course fee & other related expenses 

Tuition Fee –£22,650

Hostel & Meals –£8500 **

Living Expense - –£2500**

*Fees & Expenses (For 1st year) – and are subject to change

** This is an average cost and also depends upon the choice of accommodation made

You'll have to meet the costs of uniform replacement or missed occupational health appointments. You'll also have to pay for Professional Association Fees (Indemnity) which is covered in the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) or Unison Student Membership (approximately £10 per year).

Career Prospects

Let me take you through the career opportunities with this unique course at University of York :

  1. 100% of York Nursing graduates were employed or in further study six months after graduation.  (source- Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016/17 (HESA) (Full-time UK students)
  2. Most of the students start their careers as staff nurses in the NHS. Others go into employment in social care and independent sector organisations.
  3. As you progress through your career, you could go onto a number or posts including:
  • staff nurse
  • clinical team leader
  • counsellor
  • cognitive behavioral therapist
  • nursing consultant
  • critical care nurse
  • research nurse
  • modern matron
  • clinical educator
  1. Alongside gaining the essential practical skills and knowledge you need to be an effective nurse; you'll gain a huge range of skills that will help you to succeed no matter what career path you follow:
  • teamwork
  • independent learning
  • facilitating change
  • service improvement
  • self-reflection
  • leadership
  1. In your placements, you'll get the chance to try out what you've learned in the classroom and the clinical simulation unit in a real-world setting with support from experienced healthcare staff.
  2. You'll leave your course ready to become a leader in contemporary nursing care.

Key Learnings

Hello, the MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult) from The University of York will help you  develop essential skills.

This course is based around four central themes. Each theme covers an essential part of the knowledge you need to understand health and to be able to provide effective care.

  1. Biosciences and Pharmacology -This theme will help you to build a solid      understanding of the biological makeup of a healthy person, and then apply this knowledge as you explore how ill health and disease affect the body and mind.
  2. Psychological and sociological aspects of health and ill-health -You'll explore how we view and understand health, while reflecting on how culture and community affect these perceptions. You’ll also examine how health education can be used throughout people’s lives, and discuss how ethical and legal issues inform healthcare.
  3. Professional development and evidence-based practice - You’ll work on broadening your emotional intelligence and develop your ability to reflect on your own work. You’ll also gain a solid understanding of what’s expected from you as an effective nursing practitioner.
  4. Application to nursing practice- You’ll have the opportunity to put your knowledge into action during a number of placements in a variety of settings across the region. York’s dedicated practice learning team will work with you every step of the way to make sure you get the most out of these experiences

 

Study Benefits

    1. You'll be able to develop your understanding of working in healthcare and build up a network of useful contacts around the region. Many of the current students receive offers of employment before the end of their course.
    2. There is scope of professional development into every step of your course. You'll learn how to reflect on your work and develop your understanding of what's expected from an effective nurse
    3. York Futures is the University's unique employability programme. From day one, you'll have access to excellent careers advice, opportunities and resources. The University shall support you to identify and develop your strengths and build a portfolio of valuable skills to help you stand out from the crowd and shape your career

Core Modules

Year 1

You'll focus on developing your understanding of health and wellbeing. You'll also gain a solid grounding in healthcare practice, and consider the role of nursing within health and social care.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Biological and Pharmacological Aspects of Health and Wellbeing
  • Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Health and Wellbeing
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Introduction to Nursing Inquiry
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 1
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 2
  • Academic integrity module

In addition to the above you will also need to complete the online Academic Integrity module.

Year 2

You'll focus on ill-health and disease while developing your knowledge of quality care. You'll learn how to take a person-centred approach to healthcare, considering an individual's personal experience of ill-health when deciding how to care for them.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Biological and Pharmacological Aspects of Illness across the Lifespan
  • Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Ill-health
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Evidence Based Nursing for Practice
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 3
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 4

Year 3

You'll focus on working with individuals with complex needs, learning how to plan person-centred care in a variety of settings. You'll solidify your knowledge of safe practice, developing a secure understanding of how to evaluate information and take appropriate action to address risk.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Person-centred Consultation and Physical Assessment Skills
  • Applying Psychological and Sociological Aspects to Complex Care
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Leading and Managing Change
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 5
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 6

Year 4

You will spend your final year developing your expertise in evidence-based nursing practice, aligned with your individual interests and aspirations. You will finish the year ready to be a leader in the delivery of complex nursing care.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Dissertation - Advancing Evidence-based Practice
  • Advancing Evidence-based Practice - Implementing Research into Practice
  • Enhanced Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 7

Please note, modules may change to reflect the latest academic thinking and expertise of the staff at The University of York

Optional Modules

You'll also choose option modules from topics that may include:

  • Enhanced Psychosocial Skills
  • Enhanced Patient Assessment and Clinical Decision-making Skills

Scholarships

Hey, University of york offers exciting Scholarship opportunities for Indian & International Students:

  1. NHS Support - Nursing and midwifery students can receive a payment of at least £5,000 a year (nhs.uk) to support their academic studies.
  2. Be Exceptional Scholarships - The ‘Be Exceptional scholarships’ are awarded to international students to support them to achieve their goals at the University of York. A number of awards ranging from £2,500 to £7,500 are given as a tuition fee discount.
    Details-
  • If you are successful, this discount will be applied in your first year only
  • There will be two opportunities in which you can apply for this scholarship. You can submit an application in either round one or round two .
  • To be eligible for a Be Exceptional scholarship, you must:
    • have a conditional or unconditional offer to study at the University of York
    • be paying fees at the overseas fee rate
    • intend to study a full-time postgraduate taught masters course.
  1. Vice-Chancellor's scholarships - By applying to the Be Exceptional scholarships, you will also automatically be considered for the prestigious Vice-Chancellor's scholarships. These are a number of awards ranging from £10,000 to £20,000 for international students and are given as tuition fees discount

Eligibility-

  • Open to International (including EU) students only.
  • To be eligible for the Vice Chancellor's scholarships any applicant that applies with either shall be considered:
  • an achieved or predicted grade of AAA equivalent or above from College or High School awards
  • an award of a high 2.1 or above equivalent from an undergraduate degree
  • an International Baccalaureate grade of 36 points or above.

NOTE-  In addition, the eligibility criteria for the Be Exceptional Scholarships also applies to the Vice-Chancellor Scholarships.

  1. Competitive External scholarships: There are a number of external funding bodies that exist to support study in the UK. Government departments, international agencies, charitable organizations and private companies may also be able to provide financial support for certain subject areas.

Commonwealth Scholarships Commonwealth Scholarships are given to talented individuals with the potential to make a positive impact on the global stage.

  • As part of the UK’s ongoing commitment to the Commonwealth, each year around 800 students are given the chance to undertake postgraduate degrees with UK universities.
  • If you are from a Commonwealth country and believe you could make a difference to the world but you can’t afford to fund your UK studies on your own, then you could be the ideal candidate for a Commonwealth Scholarship
  • Most scholarships are fully funded, which means that, as well as covering your tuition fees, you will also receive your airfare to and from the UK, and a living allowance to support you while you are in the UK .

Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships - The Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships enable Indians in the early to mid-stages of their careers to spend time in the UK, helping them to achieve artistic, academic, and professional ambitions and to broaden their international contacts

Last updated on January 17, 2022

  1. Combine the academic rigor of a degree from a research-intensive university with the professional education needed to allow you to become a registered nurse.
  2. At the University of York, there’s a difference between training and education. That’s why they have built innovative, research-informed teaching into every step of your path to becoming an effective nurse.
  3. Through a combination of hands-on practical experience gained through clinical placements around the region and theoretical study in the classroom, you’ll learn how to provide effective care and ask challenging questions. You’ll be taught by experienced academics whose work is changing the way we think about health and healthcare.
  4. As a graduate from the Nursing Department, you’ll become a registered practitioner.
  5. You’ll also have the analytical and critical thinking skills you need to become a proficient and confident leader in the future of health and healthcare.
  6. The Nursing courses offered at the University of York are -
  • Three-year courses
    • BSc Nursing (Adult)
    • BSc Nursing (Child)
    • BSc Nursing (Mental Health)
  • Four-year integrated Masters
    • MNurs Nursing (Adult)
    • MNurs Nursing (Child)
    • MNurs Nursing (Mental Health)
  • Postgraduate courses
    • MSc Nursing (Adult)
    • MSc Nursing (Mental Health)

Lets have a detailed look, MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult) which is a 4-year full-time, integrated masters course & here are the top reasons to go for this course

  1. The future nursing workforce needs advanced leadership with higher level clinical and analytical skills.
  2. This four-year course leading to a Masters in Nursing and first level registration as a nurse has been designed with this in mind. It will equip you with the confidence and ability to think critically, apply knowledge and skills, and provide expert, evidence-based, direct nursing care.
  3. After completing this degree students will be eligible to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, the professional regulatory body for nurses and midwives in the UK.
  4. You shall have access to State-of-the-art facilities where you would be able to perfect your practical skills in the Clinical Simulation Unit which looks just like a hospital ward
  5. The department of Nursing at the University of York ranked 4th in the UK for Nursing (including Midwifery) by the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021
  6. It was also ranked 6th in the UK for Nursing and Midwifery by the Guardian University Guide 2021
  7. It ranked 7th in the UK for Nursing (including Midwifery) by the Complete University Guide 2022
  8. By joining this course, you shall join some of the brightest and best students preparing to become the nursing leaders of the future

Show More

So, Let’s have a look at the Key Eligibility Requirements for MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult):

  • Class 12: Min average score of 80%  comparable to AAB/ABB (English , Maths and Science)
  • For CBSE and CISCE boards, the overall average score from the best four subjects, shall be accepted
  • For other State Boards, the overall score from the best five subject shall be accepted
  • Students with relevant experience are also strongly encouraged to apply
  • Selection at the sole discretion of the University

English Language Requirements:

  • IELTS: 7.0 with no less than 7.0 in each component
  • Other English Tests accepted as well eg. PTE, TOEFL IBT, NCUK English Test; waivers may be applicable case by case

Show More

Let’s look at the Course fee & other related expenses 

Tuition Fee –£22,650

Hostel & Meals –£8500 **

Living Expense - –£2500**

*Fees & Expenses (For 1st year) – and are subject to change

** This is an average cost and also depends upon the choice of accommodation made

You'll have to meet the costs of uniform replacement or missed occupational health appointments. You'll also have to pay for Professional Association Fees (Indemnity) which is covered in the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) or Unison Student Membership (approximately £10 per year).

Show More

Let me take you through the career opportunities with this unique course at University of York :

  1. 100% of York Nursing graduates were employed or in further study six months after graduation.  (source- Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey 2016/17 (HESA) (Full-time UK students)
  2. Most of the students start their careers as staff nurses in the NHS. Others go into employment in social care and independent sector organisations.
  3. As you progress through your career, you could go onto a number or posts including:
  • staff nurse
  • clinical team leader
  • counsellor
  • cognitive behavioral therapist
  • nursing consultant
  • critical care nurse
  • research nurse
  • modern matron
  • clinical educator
  1. Alongside gaining the essential practical skills and knowledge you need to be an effective nurse; you'll gain a huge range of skills that will help you to succeed no matter what career path you follow:
  • teamwork
  • independent learning
  • facilitating change
  • service improvement
  • self-reflection
  • leadership
  1. In your placements, you'll get the chance to try out what you've learned in the classroom and the clinical simulation unit in a real-world setting with support from experienced healthcare staff.
  2. You'll leave your course ready to become a leader in contemporary nursing care.

Show More

Hello, the MNurs (Hons) Masters in Nursing (Adult) from The University of York will help you  develop essential skills.

This course is based around four central themes. Each theme covers an essential part of the knowledge you need to understand health and to be able to provide effective care.

  1. Biosciences and Pharmacology -This theme will help you to build a solid      understanding of the biological makeup of a healthy person, and then apply this knowledge as you explore how ill health and disease affect the body and mind.
  2. Psychological and sociological aspects of health and ill-health -You'll explore how we view and understand health, while reflecting on how culture and community affect these perceptions. You’ll also examine how health education can be used throughout people’s lives, and discuss how ethical and legal issues inform healthcare.
  3. Professional development and evidence-based practice - You’ll work on broadening your emotional intelligence and develop your ability to reflect on your own work. You’ll also gain a solid understanding of what’s expected from you as an effective nursing practitioner.
  4. Application to nursing practice- You’ll have the opportunity to put your knowledge into action during a number of placements in a variety of settings across the region. York’s dedicated practice learning team will work with you every step of the way to make sure you get the most out of these experiences

 

Show More

    1. You'll be able to develop your understanding of working in healthcare and build up a network of useful contacts around the region. Many of the current students receive offers of employment before the end of their course.
    2. There is scope of professional development into every step of your course. You'll learn how to reflect on your work and develop your understanding of what's expected from an effective nurse
    3. York Futures is the University's unique employability programme. From day one, you'll have access to excellent careers advice, opportunities and resources. The University shall support you to identify and develop your strengths and build a portfolio of valuable skills to help you stand out from the crowd and shape your career

Show More

Year 1

You'll focus on developing your understanding of health and wellbeing. You'll also gain a solid grounding in healthcare practice, and consider the role of nursing within health and social care.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Biological and Pharmacological Aspects of Health and Wellbeing
  • Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Health and Wellbeing
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Introduction to Nursing Inquiry
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 1
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 2
  • Academic integrity module

In addition to the above you will also need to complete the online Academic Integrity module.

Year 2

You'll focus on ill-health and disease while developing your knowledge of quality care. You'll learn how to take a person-centred approach to healthcare, considering an individual's personal experience of ill-health when deciding how to care for them.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Biological and Pharmacological Aspects of Illness across the Lifespan
  • Psychological and Sociological Aspects of Ill-health
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Evidence Based Nursing for Practice
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 3
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 4

Year 3

You'll focus on working with individuals with complex needs, learning how to plan person-centred care in a variety of settings. You'll solidify your knowledge of safe practice, developing a secure understanding of how to evaluate information and take appropriate action to address risk.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Person-centred Consultation and Physical Assessment Skills
  • Applying Psychological and Sociological Aspects to Complex Care
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Leading and Managing Change
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 5
  • Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 6

Year 4

You will spend your final year developing your expertise in evidence-based nursing practice, aligned with your individual interests and aspirations. You will finish the year ready to be a leader in the delivery of complex nursing care.

You'll study core modules covering the following topics:

  • Dissertation - Advancing Evidence-based Practice
  • Advancing Evidence-based Practice - Implementing Research into Practice
  • Enhanced Knowledge Applied to Nursing Practice 7

Please note, modules may change to reflect the latest academic thinking and expertise of the staff at The University of York

Show More

You'll also choose option modules from topics that may include:

  • Enhanced Psychosocial Skills
  • Enhanced Patient Assessment and Clinical Decision-making Skills
Show More

Hey, University of york offers exciting Scholarship opportunities for Indian & International Students:

  1. NHS Support - Nursing and midwifery students can receive a payment of at least £5,000 a year (nhs.uk) to support their academic studies.
  2. Be Exceptional Scholarships - The ‘Be Exceptional scholarships’ are awarded to international students to support them to achieve their goals at the University of York. A number of awards ranging from £2,500 to £7,500 are given as a tuition fee discount.
    Details-
  • If you are successful, this discount will be applied in your first year only
  • There will be two opportunities in which you can apply for this scholarship. You can submit an application in either round one or round two .
  • To be eligible for a Be Exceptional scholarship, you must:
    • have a conditional or unconditional offer to study at the University of York
    • be paying fees at the overseas fee rate
    • intend to study a full-time postgraduate taught masters course.
  1. Vice-Chancellor's scholarships - By applying to the Be Exceptional scholarships, you will also automatically be considered for the prestigious Vice-Chancellor's scholarships. These are a number of awards ranging from £10,000 to £20,000 for international students and are given as tuition fees discount

Eligibility-

  • Open to International (including EU) students only.
  • To be eligible for the Vice Chancellor's scholarships any applicant that applies with either shall be considered:
  • an achieved or predicted grade of AAA equivalent or above from College or High School awards
  • an award of a high 2.1 or above equivalent from an undergraduate degree
  • an International Baccalaureate grade of 36 points or above.

NOTE-  In addition, the eligibility criteria for the Be Exceptional Scholarships also applies to the Vice-Chancellor Scholarships.

  1. Competitive External scholarships: There are a number of external funding bodies that exist to support study in the UK. Government departments, international agencies, charitable organizations and private companies may also be able to provide financial support for certain subject areas.

Commonwealth Scholarships Commonwealth Scholarships are given to talented individuals with the potential to make a positive impact on the global stage.

  • As part of the UK’s ongoing commitment to the Commonwealth, each year around 800 students are given the chance to undertake postgraduate degrees with UK universities.
  • If you are from a Commonwealth country and believe you could make a difference to the world but you can’t afford to fund your UK studies on your own, then you could be the ideal candidate for a Commonwealth Scholarship
  • Most scholarships are fully funded, which means that, as well as covering your tuition fees, you will also receive your airfare to and from the UK, and a living allowance to support you while you are in the UK .

Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships - The Charles Wallace India Trust Scholarships enable Indians in the early to mid-stages of their careers to spend time in the UK, helping them to achieve artistic, academic, and professional ambitions and to broaden their international contacts

Show More

Last updated on January 17, 2022

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