The University of Nottingham offers midwifery degree courses to enable students to become competent, autonomous practitioners with highly developed practical skills and the ability to support women and their families with understanding and compassion.
Academic midwives are based on the same sites as many of their obstetric colleagues which helps to facilitate collaboration in education, practice and research.
We have an outstanding reputation for teaching and research excellence. In the last Research Assessment Exercise our midwifery research was among the top five universities in the UK.
Our undergraduate midwifery
Explore our range of midwifery courses on the University undergraduate prospectus:
The three year degree programme has been designed for those who wish to complete the requirements for an honours degree as well as eligibility for registration as a midwife.
This 80 week pre-registration shortened programme aims to enable applicants with a Registered Nurse (Adult) qualification to become competent practising midwives.
We also offer a midwifery taster course, designed to provide prospective undergraduate midwifery students with an experience of university lectures, the standard of work expected in the first year, and acute and community clinical midwifery.