This master's degree is designed to provide students with advanced scientific training and to promote research training in the field of nursing. The aim is to meet the need for academic and professional development in nursing in the 21st century.
The theory and methodology respond to the challenge of providing new tools for research into care in a complex and changing society while helping to improve the health and quality of life of people in all its biological, psychological and social dimensions.
The research track will provide students with tools for carrying out research, managing complex care processes, teaching, supporting nursing professionals, and acting as agents of social change.
The University Master's Degree in Nursing Sciences Research is aimed at students with previous training in the field of Health Sciences, mainly Nursing, interested in expanding their knowledge in this field and acquire advanced scientific training and research within the area of Nursing.
Specific documentation required
As well as the compulsory general documentation required for pre-enrolment on the programme, you must also submit a curriculum vitae following the model available on the Faculty of Nursing website.
The Master's Degree Selection Committee reserves the right to request any proof it considers appropriate, therefore there is no need to attach a copy of the documents mentioned in the curriculum vitae.
- Academic record.
- Work experience in healthcare.
- Teaching and research experience.
- Experience in management positions.
- Training and mobility.
Graduates in the University Master's Degree in Nursing Sciences Research can work in the following areas:
- Research: institutes, research groups, project management, etc.
- Teaching in health disciplines at universities or in vocational training.
- Management: supervision, assistant nursing, nursing management, etc.
- Nursing care: management of advanced care treatment in primary care and/or hospitals.
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