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BSC Nursing Programme comes to Scarborough Campus

A new nursing degree course is being developed by the Coventry University Campus in Scarborough and will launch next year once approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). The university has been working with local healthcare partners to address the nursing shortfall and train the workforce of the future.

Their already successful adult nursing degree will be introduced to the new Scarborough campus in February 2018. Students starting the course will receive their training in a brand new, fully equipped clinical skills facility at the campus, whilst attending placements in local healthcare settings.

Coventry University (CU) nursing degrees were recently named as the second highest scoring for working in practice across the seventy-nine UK universities approved to run nursing degrees.

The university currently offer an Applied Health and Social Care course, attended by eleven community staff based around Scarborough.

Mike Proctor, Deputy Chief Executive, commented: “Undertaking this programme has given the participants a better understanding of how their roles fit within the NHS and the broader systems of care.”

For more information about the BA (Hons) Health & Social Care qualification or the BA (Hons) Public Health and BSc Adult Nursing at CU Scarborough please visit their website or contact course tutor Emily Harrison on


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