Direct MSc for GNM nurses in UK

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MSc Nursing and Health Care – Integrated


This integrated pathway is a two and a half year full-time programme of study leading to an award of Master of Science (MSc) degree. The course consists of an initial one year undergraduate study at level 6. This is equivalent to the final year of Bachelor of Science degree, and it is integrated with eighteen months of postgraduate study at level 7 (Master’s level). That is, if you successfully achieve the progression requirements after the initial year, you will automatically go on to the full-time eighteen months master’s level.

This course has been developed to equip you with the advanced skills to function effectively in a professional context within the healthcare sector. On successful completion, you will have gained an internationally recognized qualification.


Three optional

You may choose your optional modules according our recommended career development pathway module as sets below. Alternatively, you may choose any five optional modules you prefer from our portfolio of modules including the modules listed below. You will study two optional modules at year 1 and three at year 2.

Career pathway 1 – Long-term Conditions Care

  • Strategies for the Management of Complex Wounds
  • Advanced Approach to Multi-professional Care in Diabetes
  • Improving Care Delivery in Patients with Asthma and COPD.


Career pathway 2 – Public Health

  • Managing TB – Care, Prevention and Control
  • Global Perspective in Public Health and Health Promotion
  • The Prevention and Management of Infection Transmission.


Career pathway 3 – Sexual and Human Reproductive Health

  • Promoting Sexual Health
  • Evaluating the Care and Management of Individuals with HIV
  • Global Perspective in Public Health and Health Promotion.


Career pathway 4 – Management and Leadership

  • Managing Change for Service Improvement
  • Advanced Leadership and Management Competence
  • Strategic Service Planning.


Career pathway 5 – Substance Use and Misuse Management

  • Substance Misuse Treatment and Interventions
  • Dual Diagnosis: Exploring Interventions for People with Mental Health and Substance Misuse Problems
  • Communicable Diseases (HIV, TB HCV, and HBV), Substance Misuse and Health Behavior: Interventions and Policies.



Coursework assignments include essays, critical reviews, practical research reports, and presentations. Assessments all modules are tutor assessed with a wide range of different assessment methods, and a balance of coursework and examinations.

Career Progression

Following successful completion of the course, candidates with prior registration with a professional body such as NMC and HPC may progress to become Advanced Practitioners in their respective fields.

Candidates without such prior professional membership may complete an additional 12 months postgraduate work-based learning module in Physician Assistants Personal and Professional Development for certification as a Physician Assistant.

Study progression

Following successful completion of the MSc student will also be eligible to apply for a Phil, Professional Doctorate or PhD programme of study.

Entry criteria

International students must be qualified nurses or midwifes – ELTS: average score of 6.0 or above (minimum of 5.5 in any component)

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