A minimum of 5 GCSE passes at grade C or above. These must include English or Welsh Language, Mathematics and a Physical Science.
In certain circumstances Key Skills level 2 in Communication and Application of number may be accepted in lieu of English/Welsh and Mathematics.
Applications will only be considered from those applicants that have already obtained these qualifications.
PLUS one of the following:
240 UCAS points. This must include a minimum of two grade C A Level awards. General Studies and key skills will not be included.
Two AS subjects may be considered in lieu of a third A Level.
A minimum of 240 UCAS tariff points to include a pass in the core subjects and 2 A-Level passes at grade C or above.
BCCC Plus credit standard grades in English Language, Mathematics and a Physical Science.
Irish Leaving Certificate
BBCCCC at higher level to include a C in English Language, Mathematics and a Physical Science. Four other subjects are also required at ordinary level. Each case is considered individually.
Obtain Diploma with an overall score of 28 points. English Language, Mathematics and a Physical Science must be offered at Subsidiary or GCSE level, if not at higher level.
Obtain Diploma with an overall score of 6.6 (66%).
The National Diploma in Health Studies should be passed with a minimum of MMM as the final award. BTEC in Early Years should be passed with DMM as the final award.
Other relevant BTEC National Diplomas may be considered.
CACHE Diploma in Childcare and Education
A minimum of 240 UCAS points. This must include a minimum of grade C in theory and C in the practical assessment.
Applicants offering alternative/vocational qualifications
Evidence of recent successful study at an appropriate level is required. Recent is within the last three years. Appropriate level is A-Level or equivalent.
Students must offer a credit based nursing or health based Diploma level course validated by The Open College Network. This should be passed with a minimum of 6 distinctions, 33 merits and 6 passes.
This should be passed with the award of 60 level 1 credits. In addition students must meet the Maths, English Language and Science GCSE requirements.
Academic IELTS (International English Language Testing System) with an overall score of 7.0 with not less than 7.0 in listening and reading and not less than 7.0 in writing and speaking.
(Please note: this applies to overseas students who have pre arranged application arrangements).
All applications are short listed. Successful applicants at this stage will be interviewed.
There are two intakes a year. One in September the other in February/March for the Bachelor of Nursing (Hons) programme with approximately 160 places in each intake. Please note: September intake only for the Bachelor of Midwifery (Hons) with approximately 30 places in each intake.
If you do not meet the entry requirements for the undergraduate degree, please contact the School for advice.
Please Note: deferred entry is not available for BMid.
JB 8th July 2009