Do you love working with and for the benefit of people of all ages and from diverse backgrounds? If you want a rewarding and respected career with great employment and travel opportunities, then(opens in a new window)Nursingor(opens in a new window)Midwiferycould be for you. These are dynamic professions offering enormous variety and challenges, and you never stop learning.

At UCD, you will also have a unique opportunity to engage in hands-on clinical practice at one of our specialist partner hospitals, including (opens in a new window)St Vincent’s Healthcare Group (incorporating St Michael’s Hospital), the (opens in a new window)Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, the (opens in a new window)National Maternity Hospital(opens in a new window)Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital and (opens in a new window)Saint John of God Hospital.

On successful completion of the programme, students will receive their UCD degree and be eligible for registration with the professional body, the (opens in a new window)Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI).

Please note: Applicants who have previously failed to meet programme requirements in any Nursing or Midwifery programme or have any issues which would affect their registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland will only be consideredin exceptional circumstances.

You may also be interested in the QQI-FET entry pathway.