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Find undergraduate and postgraduate courses leading to clinical careers in health. Most of the courses lead to eligibility to apply for statutory professional registration. 

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Return to Practice Nursing

Bangor, University of Wales

Wales

Please contact the university for details

Undergraduate level

Part time

This module is aimed to update students who have previously been on the NMC register and wish to re-join following a break. 

Return to Practice Midwifery

Bangor, University of Wales

Wales

Please contact the university for details

Undergraduate level

Part time

Return to Nursing

Wrexham, Glyndwr University

Wales

3-6 months

Undergraduate level

Part time

Plas Coch Campus
Mold Road
Wrexham
LL11 2AW

https://www.glyndwr.ac.uk/en/Professionalcourses/ReturntoNursing/

If you want to return to the Nursing Midwifery Council register, this is an approved course that facilitates you to re-register within the fields of Adult, Mental Health and Specialist Community Public Health Nursing.

The programme is part time and will typically take between 3 to 6 months to complete.  This is normally dependent on how long you have been off the register and how long it will take to achieve the practice hours and requirements.

MSc Speech and Language Therapy

Birmingham City University

West Midlands

2 years

Accelerated (graduate entry)

Full time

0121 331 6295

City South Campus
Seacole Building
Westbourne Road
Birmingham
B15 3TN

https://www.bcu.ac.uk/courses/speech-and-language-therapy-msc-2020-21

Accelerated courses are for graduates with a relevant degree. See our FAQ for more information.

MSc Speech and Language Therapy (pre-registration)

Leeds Beckett University

Yorkshire and The Humber

2 years

Accelerated (graduate entry)

Full time

Civic Quarter
Calverly Street
Leeds
LS1 3HE

https://courses.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/speech_therapy_msc/

Accelerated courses are for graduates with a relevant degree. See our FAQ for more information.

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