Courses starting in April

Want to start university but don't want to wait?

We have a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses that start in April each year.

Browse our courses or take a look around the University in our Virtual Campus Tour

Alternatively, contact us on 0191 515 3000 or student.helpline@sunderland.ac.uk for more information.

April

BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing Practice
Full-time

BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing Practice

On successful completion of the course, you will be eligible to register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a Registered Nurse (Adult). Undertake NHS Trust clinical placements, learn about physical and human science in a range of modules such as Foundations of Nursing Practice, Foundations of Physical and Human Science, Nursing Practice for Altered Health and Leadership and Management.

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Mental Health Nursing Professional Practice
Full-time

BSc (Hons) Mental Health Nursing Practice

This course will lead to registration as a qualified nurse in mental health. It is a dynamic programme and responsive to the UK Government’s initiative on meeting the public’s mental health needs.

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PGCert Early Years Teaching Overseas
Full-time

PGCE Early Years Teaching

Do you want to develop a specialism in teaching young children up to the age of five without leaving your home country? Then this course is for you. We’ve been teaching education for over 100 years, and this course builds on the University of Sunderland’s expertise in teacher training. You’ll explore how to assess development and how to lead Early Years provision, while working toward a PGCE in Early Years Teaching.

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PGCE Education (International)
Full-time

PGCE Education (Independent Distance Learning)

Do you want to gain an academic teaching qualification from a respected UK university? The University of Sunderland has been training teachers for over 100 years. Take advantage of our teaching expertise as we equip you with the skills to improve your teaching, while working towards a Certificate in Education (PGCE).

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