<span style="display: block; margin-top: 10px;">Study for a nursing degree in Scarborough</span>

Study for a nursing degree in Scarborough

Nursing is a highly rewarding profession with excellent career and development prospects. In 2023, every nursing degree student who graduated from CU Scarborough found work within local NHS services.

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Courses accredited by
the Nursing and Midwifery Council

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Coventry University ranked 1st for Mental Health Nursing
Guardian University Guide 2023

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All qualifications awarded by
Coventry University

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The tutors at CU Scarborough are supportive and knowledgeable, the campus is small and modern. We had the opportunity to work with Coventry students within our Learning Disabilities modules. My advice for someone who wants to be a nurse is ‘Go for it!’, no matter how old you are or even if you have young children. My placements were flexible and worked well around my kids.

Charlotte Gill, Year three Learning Disabilities Nursing student

Why study nursing at CU Scarborough?

  • Every eligible student nurse will receive at least £5,000 training grant via the NHS Learning Support Fund (LSF). You won’t have to pay this back.
  • Study in our state-of-the-art campus, which includes a clinical skills space for realistic scenarios.
  • Spend up to 50% of your time on clinical practice placements in a healthcare environment.
  • Study with specialist nurses who have worked in the local area.
  • Expect a starting salary of £28,407 as a qualified nurse in 2023-24.

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The course is set up so that there are practice placements. These placements, as well as the teaching content, has allowed me to learn and develop skills to implement in practice.

Liam Cowton, Year three Mental Health Nursing student

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