International Nursing And Leadership in De Montfort University
Duration : 1 Year
Intake : Sep
Level : Postgraduate
Tuition & fees : £ 15,836 Per Year
IELTS : 6.5
TOEFL : 0
PTE : 0
About International Nursing And Leadership in De Montfort University
This programme focuses on leadership and responding to global health challenges. It has been designed to meet the needs of overseas nurses who have demonstrated excellence in their field and have an aspiration to lead healthcare services in the future.
The topics you’ll study on this course include research methods for health professionals, leadership in contemporary healthcare, health promotion and public health, leadership in practise, and global approaches to healthcare. Studying each of these subjects will help equip you with the knowledge and skills to undertake an independent dissertation, on a topic of your choice, related to leadership and nursing, supported by our experienced academic supervisory team.
Expertise in the programme team includes leadership, organisation development, and methodological expertise including systematic review with significant contributions to Cochrane, the leading journal and database for systematic reviews in healthcare.
Graduates of the International Nursing and Leadership programme will develop the knowledge and skills required to pursue their future careers in senior positions in healthcare.
Enhance your career in the international healthcare industry with a course specifically designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to manage and lead
Learn in an institution with more than 50 years of nursing experience and study in one of the fastest growing international communities in the UK
Broaden your understanding of the global challenges facing nursing and nurse leaders, and develop insights into other healthcare systems
Develop invaluable skills to enhance healthcare services and patient care in your home country
Be taught by a team with experience in qualitative approaches and inter-professional working. You’ll learn from experts in the field, with areas of research expertise including family history of coronary heart disease, reducing health inequalities among patients with long-term illnesses in society and childhood asthma.
Undertake research supervised by an experienced academic supervisor.
A Bachelor's degree with 50%-60%, depending on the university you have studied at and the course you are applying for.
Nursing registration with the Professional Statutory Regulatory Body in the student’s home country;
Evidence of recent practice experience (in the last 18 months);
A first degree in a relevant subject area (minimum 2:2);
IELTS 6.5 in all criteria
Applicants who do not meet the entry requirements above, but have significant experience and other evidence of ability to study at this level will also be considered.
Work experience: If an applicant has not studied on an academic course within the last 5 years, they may be asked to undertake an academic piece of writing as part of the selection process.
English language requirements: Applicants who do not meet the English language requirements may be offered support on an English language course prior to commencing the programme.
Interview: Applicants will be required to have a Skype interview as part of the selection process.