StudyLink logo
Students on a university campus

International Nurses Day: Study Nursing at Manchester Met

Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Trainee nurse

In celebration of International Nurses Day on Wednesday 12th May 2021, Manchester Metropolitan University shares five reasons why you should study Nursing with them.

Manchester Met’s Department of Nursing includes a large team of specialists and offers courses in many aspects of nursing and healthcare. The teaching team have been practising nurses, health visitors, advanced practitioners or in related health and social care roles, meaning you will be learning from experts in their fields. 

Many have won awards in their own specialist areas and are recognised and respected nationally for their contributions in health and care research. 

The department has also been recognised in the Student Nursing Times Awards and the Guardian League Tables, which celebrate the very best in student nurses and nursing education. 

Five reasons why you should study Nursing at Manchester Met

1. Exceptional Ranking

Manchester Met are ranked 8th for Nursing in The Guardian University Guide 2021 and ranked 15th in The Complete University Guide 2021.

2. High Student Satisfaction

Manchester Met has 82% overall student satisfaction (NSS 2020). 

3. Award-winning Nursing Department

We have consistently been shortlisted or won in the Student Nursing Times Awards since 2012:

  • Best Pre-Registration Provider 2013 and 2015
  • Finalist in 2021, 2014, 2016 and 2019
  • Best Partnership and Best Student 2017
  • Finalists in 5 categories in 2018

4. Careers and employability

Their employability rate is at 99%*, meaning that most graduates enter the job market in professional roles in nursing. Greater Manchester has some of the most diverse, specialist areas as well as general areas for nurses to work in.

5. Nursing Midwifery Council registration

Graduates of Manchester Met’s Nursing degrees are eligible to register as a nurse with the Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC). 

Nursing degrees and masters at Manchester Metropolitan University 

  • BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
  • BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies Top Up (International) 
  • MPH Global Public Health 
  • MSc Adult Nursing (Pre-Registration)
  • MSc Mental Health Nursing (Pre-Registration)

Ready to apply?

Apply now and join Manchester Metropolitan University in September 2021. We also have courses starting in January 2022.

Apply now

* Graduate Outcomes survey 2017/18 graduates – UK, full-time, first degree respondents. Contains HESA Data © HESA 2020

Learn more about Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Related topics

Search for courses now

International study advice

Find out more about the range of subjects that you can study at institutions around the world with our subject guides.

World map on a blackboard
Deciding to study abroad: The first steps

Read StudyLink's suggestions on your first steps when deciding where to study abroad, with helpful tips to make your decision easier.

Students throwing hats
What is a Pre-Masters?

International students finding it difficult to meet conditions of eligibility criteria can choose to enrol in pre-masters courses before applying for a masters degree programme.

Students reading a book
English Language Testing for International Students

Find out more about English language tests, your options and what is required as an overseas student.

Teacher at a whiteboard
How will studying abroad help your career prospects?

Read more about studying abroad, and how it can boost your future career prospects.

See more international study advice

Sign up to

Sign up to, the home of quality study abroad advice.

Sign up now
Students with books and test tubes