Simulation ward at Uxbridge Campus with beds and baby mannequin

School of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health

School of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health

Buckinghamshire New University has a long history of training nurses and giving them the skills and practice-based experience they need to provide excellent patient care.

Nursing and operating department practice are dynamic, people-focused professions, requiring not just technical and practical skills, but strong communication and management abilities.

With the changes happening in the NHS, our courses are helping to develop the practitioners of the future – ensuring they are excellently equipped to care for their patients, but also to thrive personally and professionally as an essential part of our health service.

Through our School of Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health, we work with the NHS, private and independent sector to produce competent and dynamic graduates.

We were one of the first universities to offer the Registered Nurse Degree Apprenticeship and work with organisations to provide nursing and healthcare apprenticeships, such as:

We also offer a number of Continuing Professional Development courses across our campuses, helping health and social care practitioners to enhance their skills and knowledge. We have a strong track-record of creating and running bespoke training for NHS Trusts, healthcare services, support groups and charities.