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Published: 05 June 2014

Nursing and Midwifery at Surrey - top 15 in the UK

Surrey programmes ranked 13th in both the Guardian and the Complete University Guide league tables.

The University of Surrey has been named 13th in the UK for Nursing and Midwifery degrees in the Guardian’s latest league table.  

Overall, the Guardian places the University of Surrey sixth best in the UK – a rise of two places from eighth in 2013.

Surrey offers an exciting range of NHS-funded undergraduate programmes in Adult NursingChild Nursing, Mental Health Nursing and Midwifery.

Our inspiring academics are experts in their fields and our teaching ensures students are equipped with the skills and expertise they need to excel in their future careers.

Learn more about our innovative Simulation Suite at the heart of our nursing and midwifery training.

Professor Nora Kearney, Head of the School of Health Sciences, said: “We are very proud of our strong links with clinical colleagues in preparing students to be dynamic, effective and caring healthcare professionals who have a passion for improving patient care.

“When they graduate, many students are employed by the Trust where they undertook their practice experience - testament to Surrey’s dedicated staff, excellent facilities and high quality teaching.”

To discover more about our programmes in the field of Health Sciences and take a look around our facilities, book your place at an Open Day.

Learn more about nursing in the Complete University Guide.