Nursing (Learning Disability)
Health, Public Services and Care
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What will you be working towards?
People with learning disabilities live, work and socialise in our communities. But they need help to do so. That�s where our graduates come in.
Half study and half supported practice, this degree takes you into people�s homes, schools, treatment units and care services.
The three-year course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to deliver high-quality, evidence-based health care. On graduation, you'll be able to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a qualified registered nurse.
How will it be delivered?
Visit the University of Hull website to learn more about how this degree is assessed
112 Tariff Points
from three A Levels (or appropriate Level 3 qualifications e.g. BTEC Subsidiary Diploma) www.ucas.com/ucas/tariff-calculator
GCSE: English, Maths, and Science at Grade 4 or C or above
Your next steps...
Learning Disability Nurse
By the end of your course, you�ll be ready to undertake the responsibilities of a health practitioner.
Most of our graduates go on to work in the NHS � but others find positions overseas, in private practice, in the social services, the pharmaceutical industry, the armed forces, the prison service or in specialist areas such as drug rehabilitation.