I am applying for Nursing (Adult branch) BNurs/BSc degree to start in Sep 2011. I have researched and found that I have the correct grades/subjects to ge into the following unis, plus this course at these unis is funded by the NHS and so I wouldnt have to pay tuition fees
For the overall uni experience, where do you think would be best?
University of Southampton
(the non-nhs funded unis)
Kings College London
Im planning on visiting them soon..atm im thinking Cardiff for overall experience...
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- 30-09-2010 17:26
- 30-09-2010 18:33
I think you'll have a great time whichever university you choose. They're all big universities in big cities. I think you should just visit them and see which you prefer. Personally I'd go for Manchester or Leeds as I'm from the North anyway and would like to stay there Also another thing to consider is Leeds and Manchester will have a cheaper cost of living when compared with KCL, Oxford and Southampton (unsure about Cardiff )
p.s the nightlife in Leeds and Manchester is awesome.
Hope that helps a little.
- 30-09-2010 23:04
whyyy is nottingham not on there?!
- 03-10-2010 19:33
nobody will be able to tell you, but visit and you should find the perfect fit for you
- 07-10-2010 11:17
just thought id let you know that Kings is actually NHS funded =] i know when you look on ucas it doesnt say that but trust me it is, i think every nursing course in the UK is NHS funded. Plus if you go to Kings you will get extra money from your bursary because its in london , so it does help with the living expenses. For example my bursary this year covers my accomodation costs completely and im living at the most expensive residences here. Im right in central london i can see the london eye right from my front door. You really should check Kings out. It has a great reputation and there really are so many opportunities available, especially for adult branch students because there is an exchange in 2nd yr with a uni in america that only the adult branch students can apply for.
and the student union is pretty awesome and pretty cheap =]