Postgraduate study at the University of Edinburgh can open up new horizons and career paths, with graduates from Nursing Studies highly regarded throughout the world.
The department offers a range of taught and research postgraduate programmes that may be taken on a full or a part-time basis. We also offer Continuing Professional Development courses that can be studied as a standalone course or credit towards a postgraduate qualification.
The programme aims to develop self-directed and reflective nurses who will have the potential to be future leaders in advancing nursing.
This Masters programme has been designed for nurses with a strong aptitude and aspiration for a research career.
The MSc offers education and development for all those interested in developing research skills in the field of nursing. One year full-time or 2-3 years part-time.
The programme offers the student a chance to make a significant contribution to knowledge in nursing.
Free-standing courses or credit towards the Advancing Nursing Practice programme and MSc by Research.
The University of Edinburgh is considering launching a new postgraduate opportunity in Nursing. This online programme would be aimed at students keen to acquire in depth knowledge on topics such as Advanced Prescribing, Diagnostic skills and Clinical Education.
These courses can be combined to exit with a postgraduate certificate, diploma or with an MSc in Advanced Clinical Skills.
We have set up a short survey and would be delighted to hear from anyone interested this programme.
This article was published on Apr 12, 2013