1. Search by country, i.e. "Nursing Schools, U.K.” or "U.S.A.”.
2. Verify the credentials of the school you’re investigating.
3. Narrow your search on their site with "correspondence courses” or "distance learning”.
4. If "Post Bsc Nursing” does not appear, you can use the site’s contact information to get in touch; if they don’t have an appropriate course they may well be aware of other possibilities and be able to direct you elsewhere.
5. You may wish to investigate the three links that follow from established schools; two in the U.K., one in India.
www.uws.ac.uk/schoolsdepts/hnm/dl/courses.asp "University of the West of Scotland”
www.uws.ac.uk/schoolsdepts/hnm/dl/courses.asp "Oxford Brookes University”
career.webindia123.com/career/institutes/vDetails.asp?group= "Indira Gandhi National Open University”
The search process can be frustrating and time consuming but it will ultimately be worthwhile in terms of obtaining the best possible education through a reputable institution. Try to remember that the same patience and research skills you’re using here will also be invaluable assets in the coursework for your distance learning class.
The final decision, obviously, is yours; only you can decide which course and school best meet your needs. If you’ve completed your "due diligence”, you’ll be confident that you’ve made an appropriate choice.