The School of Healthcare Sciences combines the highest level of teaching with hands on experience. Our School offers undergraduate courses which cater for pre-registration and post-registration (professional and non-professional) education. Some of the BN pathways offer entry in both September and April each year (see course detail for further information).
The taught elements of these courses are delivered at the Bangor and Wrexham campuses over 3 years unless otherwise stated:
- Adult Nursing BN (Hons)
- Mental Health Nursing BN (Hons)
- Midwifery BM (Hons)
- Learning Disability Nursing BN (Hons)
These courses are delivered at the Bangor campus only:
- Health and Well-being BSc (Hons)
- Health Studies BSc (Hons) (1 or 2 years)
- Health Studies (Home Students) BSc (Hons) (2-4 years)
The taught elements of these courses are delivered at the Wrexham campus only:
If you are interested in our BSc Health and Well-being degree then find out more about your finance options here. Health Studies (International students will be subject to international fees as outlined here.
If you are interested in Nursing, Midwifery or Radiography the Student Awards Services implements the NHS Wales Bursary Schemes, which provides funding for healthcare students on NHS funded courses in Wales. This funding covers fess & a contribution to living costs and is available to all Home/EU applicants so if you are considering a professional career in health care you can find out more about the support you will get during your training here.
The Council of Deans also has a funding website with a wealth of information for students considering studying in Wales and beyond.Health Studies (Home) students working at BCUHB may have their fees covered (speak to your line manager). Students from other applicants can either be self-funded or be funded by their employer.