Work-based learning makes up 50% of the BSc Mental Health Nursing and you will spend time on placement with our local healthcare partners:
- NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
- NHS Highland
- NHS Lanarkshire
- NHS Dumfries
- NHS Ayrshire & Arran
Placements will typically be made available close to your place of study, although there will be a requirement to work in other locations throughout south-west Scotland.
Study abroad is extremely beneficial to personal and professional development and research has shown that worldwide employers value graduates with intercultural awareness and global competences.
In year 2 you will have the option to take part in a study trip abroad, typically lasting 3-5 days in total. During year 3 you will have the option to study abroad and gain credit towards your degree at one of our 80 university partners
Placements will typically be made available close to your place of study although there will be a requirement to work in other locations throughout south-west Scotland.