Adult Nursing

If you are planning a career in Adult Nursing, our three year BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing degree aims to prepare you to become a nurse with the knowledge, skills and confidence required to provide high quality patient care in the future. On successful completion, you can register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and apply for a broad range of jobs, in the many and varied settings in which adult nursing care is provided, within the NHS or the private sector.

Career prospects include working in the UK or abroad in Adult Nursing, with opportunities to develop clinical specialist nursing expertise in your chosen area, through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Alternatively, you may choose to move into management, research or an education-related role.

Study Adult Nursing

Our Adult Nursing degree balances academic skills and practical knowledge with equal amounts of time spent in University and on placement in a real working environment.

Find out more about our BSc in Adult Nursing


During your Adult Nursing degree, you will experience a number of placements. During your placements, not only will you gain hands on experience, but you will also get to work in a range of environments.

Learn more about Placements for Adult Nursing students

Graduate Stories

Graduates from the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work have gone on to work in a range of setting in a number of varied roles. Find out more about what some of our alumni have gone on to do.

Read our Graduates' stories


Continuing Professional Development

We offer a range of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) options for employed health and social care professionals who would like to develop their skills and knowledge.

Learn more about our CPD options


My student experience

Alumna Thea Diaz shares her experiences at CCCU as an Adult Nursing student, and life after graduation.

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MSC Nursing (Adult and Mental Health)

The MSc in Nursing is an accelerated nursing programme taking two years to complete and is open to applicants who have a Bachelor’s degree with Honours from any field of academic study

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98% of our most recent Adult Nursing students were in a employment or further study six months after finishing their course

DLHE, 2016-17

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