University of Wolverhampton Nursing

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University of Wolverhampton Nursing

University of Wolverhampton Nursing



Places available for Adult NursingChildren’s Nursing and Mental Health Nursing for a January 2018 and September 2018 start. 

If you enjoy helping and caring for others and working with people, a career in nursing may be the right thing for you.

There are a great number of opportunities to specialise in many areas. We cover four branches of nursing in the Institute of Health:

Undergraduate Pre-registration courses:

Postgraduate Pre-registration:

Post-registration Courses

Important information about our Nursing and Midwifery Courses – Previous study
If you have previously commenced a professional course (e.g Nursing, Midwifery, Physiotherapy, Social Work, Radiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Science) it is important that you make us aware of this.  You will need to provide the name of the Institution at which you studied, provide a reference from them and also supply a record (transcripts) of your progression within the previous course(s) that you studied.  Please contact

Please note we will not accept applicants onto our professional courses who have been unsuccessful at other institutions of higher education.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

Before you place an enquiry with the Institute of Health Professions, you may find that your questions can be answered by our FAQ section.  Please also view our IoHP Information Sheet (PDF 148K, Downloads file) for Nursing and Midwifery courses

2nd Year Entry to Nursing – Pre-registration:

We welcome applications for second year entry only to the BNurs (Hons) course.  Find out more. Please note we are currently closed for applications for second year transfers into Nursing for January 2018.

Children’s nursing

Start: January or September
Where: Walsall

Children’s nursing is a rewarding career for those that wish to provide care to sick children or young people.

Children’s nursing can involve caring for new-born babies in intensive care to looking after young people, whilst offering support to family members.

Children’s nurses provide care across a wide range of needs from the sick new-born baby to the young person who has a chronic disease.

As a children’s nurse you will be able to provide expert nursing care wherever children are which includes their home, school, a residential setting or in hospital.

Find out more about our BNurs (Hons) Children’s Nursing.

Mental Health nursing

Start: January or September
Where: Wolverhampton

Common mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, phobias and obsessive-compulsive states affect one in six people at any one time.

Mental health nurses care for people with mental health problems in hospitals and in the community. They help patients to overcome their ill health, or to come to terms with it, so they can lead as normal a life as possible. Severe and enduring mental health problems such as schizophrenia affect about one in 200 people each year.

Concerns about mental illness are such that the Government has given a high priority to this area, along with coronary heart disease and cancers.

Find out more about our BNurs (Hons) Mental Health Nursing and our Master of Mental Health Nursing (MMHN).

Are you a registered nurse?

If you are a registered nurse looking to further your career, find out about our post registration coursespostgraduate courses or visit our continuing education section for more details.

Masters in Nursing (Hons) MNurs Adult Nursing

This course, aimed at those wishing to enter the Nursing profession, will enable you to develop a systematic understanding of knowledge and skills in order to meet the NMC’s requirements for initial registration as an autonomous practitioner in adult nursing.

Find out more about the MNurs Adult

MSc Nursing

The MSc Nursing aims to develop you as a Registered Nurse (RN) to be a flexible and adaptable practitioner, enabling you to engage in new ways of working in relation to health care priorities, and lead and develop practice to ensure patient safeguarding.

Find out more about the MSc Nursing