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MSc Adult Nursing (Pre-registration) *

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2 years full-time

January entry only, first intake 2024

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Please see Entry Requirements. 

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This course is aimed at graduates interested in a career in adult nursing.


This accelerated course aims to prepare existing graduates for an exciting and rewarding career as a Registered Nurse (Adult). You will undertake a range of theory modules across the 2-year programme, complemented by clinical practice placements to allow you to develop the skills, knowledge and experience required by nurses delivering healthcare across a wide range of clinical settings.

On successful completion of this accelerated nursing course, you will be eligible to register your qualification with the Nursing and Midwifery Council and practise as a Registered Nurse (Adult). This course is designed to develop practitioners who can safely and effectively meet the healthcare needs of Service users across the lifespan, with particular emphasis on meeting the needs of the adult requiring complex care.

Course modules

All modules are Level 7

Nursing and Society (40 credits)

Health and Human Development (40 credits)

Research in Healthcare (20 credits)

Managing Complex Care (20 credits)

Leading and Co-ordinating Care (20 credits)

Dissertation (20 credits)

Practice Placements

Fees and finance


  • Full-time tuition fee: £9,495 p.a.
  • Part-time tuition fee: £1,055 per 20 credits (please contact the Student Centre for further information)
  • Full-time International tuition fee: £14,607 p.a

Further Information

At the University of Suffolk, your tuition fees provide access to all the usual teaching and learning facilities that you would expect. However, there may be additional costs associated with your course that you will need to budget for.

Entry requirements


Associate Professor and Professional Lead for Nursing