Undergraduate courses

Nursing - Adult

One of the most rewarding careers you can consider, nursing offers a challenging and stimulating course. Today’s nurses are required to assess patients’ needs, care for them and support both the patients and their families, while playing a full and crucial role in the wider healthcare team. Our nursing course is designed to give you the skills and confidence necessary to fulfil that role in the healthcare teams of tomorrow.

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Nursing - Mental Health

Mental Health nursing is a rewarding profession which allows its practitioners to establish strong therapeutic relationships with their clients.  Mental Health nurses support people who could be suffering from a wide range of conditions including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, eating disorders, clinical depression or self-harming.

Our mental health nursing students are provided with every opportunity to achieve the competencies required by the NMC. They are offered a vibrant, thought-provoking and challenging academic course coupled with a wide range of practice learning experiences.

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Sport and Exercise Science

How do sport, exercise and physical activity benefit health and wellbeing? How do our body systems respond to acute exercise and adapt to training? What factors influence our participation in physical activity and ability to benefit from it? This course explores these issues by studying the body’s systems, their regulation and the effects of exercise.

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Sports Studies

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What role does sport play in society? Who plays sport and why? How is sport managed and delivered? How does psychology enhance elite sports performance? What are the physical and mental benefits of sport and physical activity? Why are some elite sports stars so well paid? How did sport develop? What’s the legacy of events like the Olympics and the Commonwealth Games? These are the type of questions that a degree in Sports Studies will help you answer.

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