* We are currently welcoming applications to this innovative programme and will commence enrolment to our September intake upon receipt of NMC and University approval (due May 2018).
On our new Mental Health Nursing degree, you’ll specialise in caring for and supporting individuals with mental health issues.
You’ll learn how to assess the needs of your patient, communicate effectively with professional colleagues, and provide sensitive support for the patient and their families.
We’re integrating our BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing degree with our BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing degree so that you learn shared skills as well as field specific knowledge.
As a graduate, you’ll have the skills to manage both the physical and psychological needs of patients.
Alongside your degree, you’ll have the opportunity to gain additional awards in Acute Illness Management (AIMS©) and Mental Health First Aid.
Our Department of Nursing has been highly recognised and our programmes have been voted as the best in the country. Our nursing graduates are highly employable with 99% going into employment within six months of finishing the course.
We have a social media network, Nursing Buddies, and we invite you to join it once you’ve accepted a place with us. It’s a way for you to meet new friends, build networks, and prepare for starting your degree with us.
We are one of the largest university trainers of Nursing and Health Professionals in the North West of England and are very proud of our strong associations and partnerships with the local NHS trusts.
Subject to validation, our accrediting body, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), will regulate our new programme. When you graduate, you’ll be able to register with the NMC as a mental health nurse.
Our three-year, full-time degree is 50% theory and 50% clinical practice. It will build on the core values of the NHS constitution, and you’ll spend time on placements in both acute and community settings.
You’ll be based at our award-winning Brooks building, part of our Manchester campus. We have state-of-the-art simulation equipment and clinical skills laboratories, which help you to develop the skills you need to practice as a mental health professional.
To find out more about becoming a Mental Health Nurse at Manchester Metropolitan University come along to one of our Undergraduate Open Days. You can meet the academic team, talk to current students and view our superb clinical skills and simulation laboratories.