Registered Nurse

Bucks New University’s Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship is based on our successful pre-registration nursing programme and supports employers to develop their healthcare staff towards registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, as either adult, child or mental health nurses.

This apprenticeship is an ideal progression route for Assistant Practitioners and other staff who have undertaken the relevant foundation degrees as they might be able to carry forward credits in order to gain a BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult, Child or Mental Health). The three and a half year apprenticeship programme is also suitable to develop existing Healthcare Workers who are keen to develop towards registered nurse status and of course, can also be used to support recruitment of new apprentices to your organisation.

Our Uxbridge Campus in West London is where our nursing and advanced health science courses take place. A central part of the Registered Nurse Apprenticeship involves making use of our state-of-the-art simulation suites – where your apprentices can practise and hone their skills in realistic clinical environments. Take a look at our virtual tour of the Uxbridge Campus so you can see for yourself.

Read about the benefits of an apprenticeship from a student's perspective.

Take a look at our Employer’s Guide to the Registered Nurse Apprenticeship

You can download the brochure and visit the government's website for the full standard. Apprentices must meet all of the core requirements of the standards.