NMC Registration Process (U.K.)

NMC Registration is complex and time-consuming. We are here to support you on your NMC Registration. 

 

In order to work as a Registered Nurse in the United Kingdom., The NMC(Nursing& Midwifery Council) checks and verifies that an applicant is capable of practicing safely and effectively in the UK as a nurse or midwife and they assess the applicant’s qualification, training, and experience against UK NMC standards.NMC will check whether the applicant has undertaken the necessary post-qualifying practice and experience in each area of nursing or midwifery as required for the part of the Register for which they are applying.

 

  1. An overseas qualified nurse must have been practicing as a registered nurse or midwife for at least 12 months (full-time or the part-time equivalent) after qualifying. Also, if the applicant has been qualified for longer than this, they must have practiced for at least 450 hours in the previous three years. 

  2. Applicants must also meet NMC's English language requirements, 

 

 

The applicant will, separately, be required to meet the full requirements of the UK’s immigration processes. The NMC’s new test of competence involves the below process

 

Stage 1: Computer Based Test (CBT)

Pearson VUE Test Centers  globally

Stage 2: Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

Currently at the University of Northampton, UK

 Oxford Brookes University, UK
 Ulster University, UK

 

                      

Stage 1 - Computer Based Test (CBT) – at Pearson VUE Test centers around the world

The computer-based test (CBT) will be split into two parts -

Part A: Numeracy and Part B: Theory 

 

Stage 2 – Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) 

The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) will have 10 stations:
Four stations will continue to be linked together around a scenario: the APIE (one station for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation)
Four stations will test skills
Two new stations will be introduced - one will assess the candidate’s values and behaviours and the other will assess evidence-based practice

Fees for different stages of the application process are:

Application for nursing/midwifery £140

Part 1 test of competence (CBT) £83

Part 2 test of competence (OSCE) £794

Admission to NMC register £153

Total £1170

NMBI Registration Process (U.K.)

NMC Registration is complex and time-consuming. We are here to support you on your NMC Registration. 

 

In order to work as a Registered Nurse in the United Kingdom., The NMC(Nursing& Midwifery Council) checks and verifies that an applicant is capable of practicing safely and effectively in the UK as a nurse or midwife and they assess the applicant’s qualification, training, and experience against UK NMC standards.NMC will check whether the applicant has undertaken the necessary post-qualifying practice and experience in each area of nursing or midwifery as required for the part of the Register for which they are applying.

 

  1. An overseas qualified nurse must have been practicing as a registered nurse or midwife for at least 12 months (full-time or the part-time equivalent) after qualifying. Also, if the applicant has been qualified for longer than this, they must have practiced for at least 450 hours in the previous three years. 

  2. Applicants must also meet NMC's English language requirements, 

 

 

The applicant will, separately, be required to meet the full requirements of the UK’s immigration processes. The NMC’s new test of competence involves the below process

 

Stage 1: Computer Based Test (CBT)

Pearson VUE Test Centers  globally

Stage 2: Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)

Currently at the University of Northampton, UK

 Oxford Brookes University, UK
Ulster University, UK

 

                      

Stage 1 - Computer Based Test (CBT) – at Pearson VUE Test centers around the world

The computer-based test (CBT) will be split into two parts -

Part A: Numeracy and Part B: Theory 

 

Stage 2 – Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) 

The objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) will have 10 stations:
Four stations will continue to be linked together around a scenario: the APIE (one station for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation)
Four stations will test skills
Two new stations will be introduced - one will assess the candidate’s values and behaviours and the other will assess evidence-based practice

Fees for different stages of the application process are:

Application for nursing/midwifery £140

Part 1 test of competence (CBT) £83

Part 2 test of competence (OSCE) £794

Admission to NMC register £153

Total £1170