BSc in Nursing Studies (Top-up)



12-24 months


04 August 2019




Monthly Fee: $460**
Full Fee: $5,500*
(*Exclusive Stafford Grant)

The BSc in Nursing Studies (Top Up) programme is delivered online from the Edinburgh Napier University and is for professionals in the field of nursing, holding a diploma or a certificate in Nursing and looking to top up their nursing qualifications towards a full BSc degree in Nursing Studies.

This programme comprises of 6 compulsory modules with syllabus aimed to develop strong insight into student's knowledge of evidence based practice. The programme also aims to develop an analytical approach to integrated healthcare practice.

The nursing degree programme is managed by an inclusive community of registered nurses, healthcare professionals and nursing managers to include the most contemporary knowledge in the field of Nursing and Healthcare.

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The BSc in Nursing programme is consistent with topical nursing practice, encouraging students to develop their skills and knowledge to further advance in the sphere of nursing and healthcare.

The university offers excellent networking opportunities for students to interact with fellow practitioners from across the globe along with a strong tutorial support from the university.

The programme is hosted on the university's virtual learning environment where all learning materials and tutorial support is provided to students throughout the duration of their programme.

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Students are required to be a registered nurse and have a qualification in nursing equivalent to 240 SCQF credits.

Professionals from varied backgrounds and qualifications are also encouraged to apply and will be considered on an individual basis.

Alternatively, 4 years of relevant work experience is required from applicants for eligibility purposes.

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A Bachelor's degree in Nursing can open doors to opportunities in the field of healthcare, specifically that of nursing, where skills and knowledge gained from this programme can be practiced for further strengthening professional profile.

Please note that Edinburgh Napier University’s website (www.napier.ac.uk) is the most up to date source of information regarding courses. We strongly recommend that you always visit the website before making any commitments.

** Please contact your consultant for the updated instalment plan