Nursing and Midwifery

If you’re looking for a fulfilling and rewarding career, studying to become a nurse or midwife is an excellent choice. Our friendly, enthusiastic and committed staff will make you feel at home from day one. We have placement sites throughout Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex to develop your practical skills and experience, as well as excellent general links with the NHS.

We offer courses in adult nursing, children's nursing, mental health nursing, and midwifery.

FdA Health and Wellbeing

RS2081 Campus Photography Day 2 (43)

BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing

Adult Nursing 2

BSc (Hons) Children's Nursing

RS2158 Campus Photography Day One (43)

BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing

RS3036 19 346 DG UofS-129

BSc (Hons) Midwifery

Midwifery at University of Suffolk

Continuing Professional Development Courses

RS2159 Campus Photography Day One (44)
RS2163 Campus Photography Day One (48)

MSc Public Health Nursing

UCS Nursing and Midwifery (37)

MSc Community Nursing

Your Teaching Team

Head of Nursing and MidwiferyLead Midwife for EducationAssociate ProfessorCourse Leader BSc (Hons) Midwifery (shortened) Career Overview Sam is the Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and Student Experience in the School of Health and Sports Sciences and Head of Nursing and Midwi...

Career Overview Mary Carter completed her training at the West Suffolk Hospital (WSH) in 1992 and was a senior staff nurse/ward manager in Trauma and Orthopaedics for 10 years. This was followed by working as a Clinical Practice Facilitator (CPF) at the WSH for one year, followed ...

Career Overview Fiona has been a midwifery lecturer at the University of Suffolk and previously Suffolk College for the past 11 years. ...

Career Overview Heather began her career in nursing on a Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit where she worked for over 5 years and gained experience of working with people who were acutely unwell, and during this period Heather also completed her BSc (Hons) in Nursing. ...

Sophie decided to change career whilst on an Obstetrics and Gynaecology rotation at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. As a medical student working alongside midwives, the relationship developed ‘with woman’ was markedly different to medical ward rounds which felt impersonal by...