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Nursing Degree Taster Lesson

Nursing Degree Taster Lesson

Contemporary Nursing | How to be a qualified nurse in the UK

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Live Lesson Information

  • 27/11/2020
  • 200+ Attendees
  • 11:00 - 12:00 (GMT +0)
  • Free
  • English
* Time shown in your local timezone
Charlie Middleton
MS Dundee University School of Health Sciences

Charlie Middleton qualified as a registered adult nurse in 2008. She holds a 1st class Bachelor of Science from The University of Chester (2013), and a Master of Clinical Research with Distinction (2015) from The University of Manchester. After completing her master’s degree, Charlie was appointed as a Lecturer at The University of Manchester in 2015. In 2018, Charlie took a lecturing position at The University of Dundee. She currently acts as a Link Tutor on the Nursing Pathway at ICD, and as Programme Lead for the MSc Nursing and Health and MSc Nursing programmes.

About this live lesson

Nursing has been one of the important essential professions for the society from past to the modern age. In fact, nurses are more important than ever this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

To help students get better insights of a nursing degree, nurse role and the nursing degree's potential career routes.

Lecturer Charlie Middleton from University of Dundee will deliver a taster lesson.

Associate Dean International Dr. Emma Burnett from University of Dundee will explain a qualified nurse's training length and route.

International College Dundee director, Dr. Corrine Wales, will summarise the academic modules and student supports from the college and the university.

You will get a chance to not only join the trail lesson but also speak to a college director, associate dean, lecturer and international student recruitment officer in order to find out whether studying a nursing degree at University of Dundee will benefit you for your own personal/career plan.

Key content

Dundee University Nursing Degree USP

  • World Top 100 for Nursing based on QS World University Ranking 2019
  • Foundation (International Year Zero) course availability forinternational students who would like to become a qualified nurse in theUK.
  • Pre-master for international students who would like to receive further nursing and health related training for their career development in health or health management sector.
  • Students will spend 50% of your time learning on campus and the other 50% on placements in hospitals and community settings. The hospital placements help you develop the hands-on skills needed to work in healthcare.
  • Completing this course gives you both an academic and professional qualification that leads to you becoming a registered nurse with the Uk's Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Who else is joining

Grace Ryoo
United Kingdom
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