Our Adult Nursing degree programme adopts a contemporary person-centred approach to health care that prepares students to meet evolving health needs.
Student nurses are eligible to receive an annual grant of at least £5,000 to help cover their living costs with additional grants available of up to £1,000 for those studying in certain areas of the country and anyone studying specialist disciplines.
Top 20for Nursing and Midwifery in the UK The Guardian University Guide 2021
Top 10for student satisfaction National Student Survey (NSS) 2019
£5,000non-repayable grant to support your studies Department of Health and Social Care
Richard Tomkinson, Adult Nursing Graduate
"The support from my practice assessor and personal tutor has been outstanding. The course is very structured, with placement and academic blocks to prepare you. The range of people you look after is phenomenal, in all different specialities. The things that I've learnt have made me a better healthcare worker."
Danielle Everill, Adult Nursing Graduate
"To sum up the 3 years I’d say ‘it’s been the hardest 3 years of my life but totally worth it'. I’m extremely privileged to be a nurse."
Adam Goodwin, Adult Nursing Student
"Adult nursing at Keele University has offered me a life which I never expected to have. I've been given endless amounts of experiences and opportunities due to the wide variety of clinical placements, and the lecturers have been excellent. "
Discover the Keele difference
Everything’s on your doorstep at Keele, and you’ll soon feel at home and make friends wherever you go.
We help students manage their money and ensure that they receive any funding for which they may be eligible.
Make yourself more employable after graduation by taking advantage of the whole host of additional opportunities.