Combine the academic rigour of a degree from a research-intensive university with the professional education needed to allow you to become a registered nurse.
At York, we believe there’s a difference between training and education. That’s why we’ve built innovative, research-informed teaching into every step of your path to becoming an effective nurse.
Through a combination of hands-on practical experience gained through clinical placements around the region and theoretical study in the classroom, you’ll learn how to provide effective care and ask challenging questions. You’ll be taught by experienced academics whose work is changing the way we think about health and healthcare.
As a graduate from our Department, you’ll become a registered practitioner. You’ll also have the analytical and critical thinking skills you need to become a proficient and confident leader in the future of health and healthcare.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): changes to courses
We aim to deliver as much face-to-face teaching as we can, supported by high quality online alternatives where we must.
Find details of the measures we're planning to protect our community.
Free online course
Challenge your perceptions of nursing with our free online course. You'll learn how bioscience, psychology and sociology can be applied to nursing and develop your understanding of what a career in nursing really means.
Teaching and assessment
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