The BNurs programme overview (PDF) details your theory, practice and holiday dates for the academic year.
During your nursing course, you will be expected to develop your knowledge through extensive reading and individual study.
As soon as you have completed the registration process, you will have access to Blackboard, which is the application we use to give you access to all the materials relating to your study on the programme. You will find reading lists within each of your units in Blackboard.
As a BNurs student you will go on a range of practice placements during your degree. Read more about practice placements including information on shift patterns, a placement map and mentorship.
The Division runs a pre-arrival coffee morning event for students who live at home or commute to campus. There may be other events organised by the University.
The event is for nursing and midwifery students, and takes place on Thursday 15 September from 10am to 12pm. It is aimed at helping you make contact with peers and gain support with issues relating to living off-campus.
To help us with organising the event, we will be asking you to register for this event and the link will be in your welcome letter, which you will receive later this month.
Registration is open until Tuesday 13 September. We will then send out a link to join the event online.
You may also wish to visit the Students Union's resources for students who live at home: Living at home students
The peer assisted study sessions (PASS) are a student-led initiative for first years to attend.
The Introduction to PASS leaflet (PDF) provides useful information about the scheme, top tips from other students and details of societies, activities and events to get involved in during your time in Manchester.
For further information, please contact the Student Support Office by emailing email@example.com.
Guidance on professional conduct for Nursing and Midwifery students