Adult Nursing

Course introduction

Build knowledge and expertise in the nursing care of adults on this course, with the opportunity to practise in a range of clinical environments. You’ll apply your learning on general medical and surgical wards, or in A&E departments or intensive units in leading NHS trusts and hospitals across London. Or you may choose to spend this time in community placements or services for the care of elderly people.

LSBU Croydon is our new campus opening in September 2021 with a mission to transform lives and communities. With brand new state of the art facilities and placements across Croydon, we aim to help tackle the NHS shortage of nurses across the area. To study at LSBU Croydon please put a C on your UCAS application.

Course modules

Year 1: Introduction to life sciences; Practice skills for nursing; Professional values, ethics and law; Social sciences and nursing; Theories and practice for adult nursing; Communication in health care. Year 2: Mental wellbeing and physical health; Public health and health policy; Research methods and use of evidence; Care of the adult patient; Life sciences and medicines management; End of life and palliative care. Year 3: Politics of health; Leadership, management and supervision; Pharmacology and medicines management; Rehabilitation and health promotion of the adult; Best practice in adult nursing; Complex care of the adult patient.

Start date


Tuitions and fees

Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons) £9250 European Fees
3 Years - full-time Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons) £9250 Home Fees