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Graduates find employment in a wide variety of settings. For example, working in community and hospital settings in the NHS, the private and third sectors, with a wide range of groups - including older people, those under 65, and children and adolescents - and in substance misuse, acute care and forensic settings.
There are also opportunities for further study on our masters and PhD programmes. Careers in research and education are also possible for those who go onto further study.
You will be taught by an enthusiastic and committed team of teachers, researchers and practitioners with extensive experience. The team is made up of mental health nurses with a variety of clinical backgrounds some of whom continue to work in practice. This is complemented by practitioners and colleagues from counselling and nursing. We have strong links with people with lived experience of mental distress and with those who provide informal care, with both groups contributing to teaching. In addition, we work closely with the local Health Boards, who provide practice placements and mentors for students, as well as specialist teaching.
You will complete approximately twenty weeks of practice in each of the first three years of the course, and are required to work across the Tayside and Fife region.
Applicants attend for interview and, if successful, must undergo successful health screening and criminal records checks. Successful candidates make an annual declaration of good health and good character. The University must affirm this declaration before registration with the NMC is possible.
"I have spent four very happy years studying at Abertay University, Dundee. I cannot praise the academic staff enough, not only for their teaching and guidance over the years, but the support I have received from them has been incredible.
"Lecturers are approachable and very accommodating during difficult times. Abertay has helped me achieve my ambition of becoming a registered nurse and has allowed me to flourish as a person; my experiences here have been second to none". Mary, Ireland
"Studying at Abertay has been the best decision for me, as staff are always more than happy to help. Having smaller class sizes allows us to have in depth discussions about topics related to the course. I cannot fault the quality of teaching on the course". Susan, Scotland
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" Studying at Abertay has been the best decision for me, staff are always more than happy to help. Smaller class sizes allow us to have in-depth discussions. I cannot fault the quality of teaching. "