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Voted Best Education Provider for the Undergraduate Nursing Programme of the Year at the SNTA National Awards 2017.Learning disability nurses aim to improve the health and quality of life of people with learning disabilities through evidence-based nursing care and support.This degree course will develop your professional knowledge and understanding in the field of learning disabilities nursing and its application, giving you an academic qualification and the vocational training to become a
Voted Best Education Provider for the Undergraduate Nursing Programme of the Year at the SNTA National Awards 2017.Learning disability nurses aim to improve the health and quality of life of people with learning disabilities through evidence-based nursing care and support.This degree course will develop your professional knowledge and understanding in the field of learning disabilities nursing and its application, giving you an academic qualification and the vocational training to become a registered nurse.Taught by experts in a friendly and supportive environment, this course has gained consistently over 92% overall student satisfaction rating in the National Student Survey (NSS 2012-2017).You'll put theory into practice in our state-of-the art Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre and participate in work placements within Lothian and Borders and across the East of Scotland in a variety of health and social care settings.Over the three years you will develop your skills, knowledge and confidence and complete the degree programme with a registered nurse qualification. Learning disability nurses are the only professionals educated specifically to work across the lifespan with people with learning disabilities.Please visit our website for full course and module details.
Preferably to include English or a Literary subject* and a Science**GCSE grade C/4 in Maths. GCSE grade C/4 in English and a Science or Double Award Science required for candidates who do not have these subjects at A Level.
Preferably to include English or a Literary subject* and a Science**National 5 grade C in MathsNational 5 grade C in English and a Science required for candidates who do not have these subjects at Higher.If you are eligible for an adjusted offer under our Contextual Admissions Policy, please see the ‘Minimum Qualification Requirements’ below.
Pass Access to Higher Education Diploma in any subject with 45 credits overall with minimum 27 credits at Merit & 18 credits at Pass. A Science and English subject must be achieved at Level 3 and Maths achieved at Level 2 or equivalent.
25 points overall with 5, 4, 4 in HL subjects preferably to include English or a Literary subject* and a Science**.4 points in SL Maths, English and a Science also required.
Grades H3, H3, H3 preferably to include English or Literary subject* and a Science**O3 in two Ordinary Level subjects including Maths.
Minimum grades MMP (Merit, Merit, Pass) in any subject.*GCSE English, Maths and a Science at grade C/4.*Recommended subjects: Health and Social Care/Applied Science/Sports Science/Health Science
Pass in any subject^ with grade C in the graded unit for Year 1 entry. ^Recommended subjects: Care and Administrative Practice - not additional qualifications required.Social Care, Social Services, Social Sciences, Early Education and Childcare - requires National 5 grade C in Science and Maths.Applied Science - requires National 5 grade C in English and Maths.Any other HNC's - requires National 5 grade C in English, Science and Maths.
Pass (C or above on the core) in any subjects. Would prefer English or a Literary subject** and a Science Subject**. GCSE Maths at C/4.GCSE English and a Science Subject** at C/4 required for applicants who do not have these subjects at A-Level.
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.