Prepare to kickstart your career as a part of our welcoming Nursing community. Gain the skills to exceed whilst on placement, the knowledge to deliver compassionate care and the experience to register as a qualified nurse.
Read on to hear from our students about their own experiences studying at Edge Hill and to find out more about the amazing facilities available to our Nursing students.
Hear from our students
Read more from Michael
“The degree at Edge Hill gives you lots of chances to experience healthcare in a range of settings. So far I’ve worked in a frailty unit, a renal ward, a mental health hospital, a hospice, with District Nurses in the community, and in a preoperative assessment unit. One place I didn’t anticipate going to was China.”Michael, current BSc (Hons) Nursing student
Train in fantastic facilities
No matter which Nursing degree you have applied for, the unwavering support, quality of our teaching and the excellent facilities available will get you ready for life after university.Our innovative Faculty of Health, Social Care and Medicine building provides some of the best teaching and learning resources in the country for Nursing students.
The Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre is home to ward simulations and operating theatres with industry standard equipment, as well as robot-style mannequins that can simulate a wide range of symptoms, from pregnancy to a temperature, to ensure your learning experience is as realistic as possible.
Chat to our students
Whether you want to know more about Nursing at Edge Hill, have questions about student life and the local area or just want to chat about studying at Edge Hill, our students are happy to help.
“I’m currently in my third year at Edge Hill studying Children’s Nursing and Social Work. I chose Edge Hill mainly due to the unique course, but also fell in love with the campus after visiting. Moving to a new place with brand new people was an amazing experience for me and I hope to help you understand more about university life whether that be social or academic.”Laurey, current MNSW Nursing and Social Work student