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    Hey
    Got my conditional offer for MNurSci in the child field which i will be putting as my firm very shortly for September 2013 entry.
    Anyone else on the same course?
    So excited!

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    Hey am going to apply to unis this year and was thinking of mnursci but I was wondering what exactly can I do with the degree?
    can I become like a specialist nurse with it or something ?

    Btw I was just wondering does nhs pay from the accommodation cost ?
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    (Original post by NatalieMann)
    Hey
    Got my conditional offer for MNurSci in the child field which i will be putting as my firm very shortly for September 2013 entry.
    Anyone else on the same course?
    So excited!

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    I'm normal children's nursing there! but il see you there :P


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    (Original post by lalableh)
    Hey am going to apply to unis this year and was thinking of mnursci but I was wondering what exactly can I do with the degree?
    can I become like a specialist nurse with it or something ?

    Btw I was just wondering does nhs pay from the accommodation cost ?
    the accommodations expensive! you get £2300 of student finance. £1000 of nhs and then a tested bursary so it depends how much your parents earn. and that can go upto £4000. my accommodations £4100 and that's a shared bathroom.

    as for specialist, when your on placement you'll go to different areas when you know what type of nursing in children's you want to do you go and apply for a job in that field then they train you up. so for me neonatal is where I want to go.


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    (Original post by graceey_bear)
    the accommodations expensive! you get £2300 of student finance. £1000 of nhs and then a tested bursary so it depends how much your parents earn. and that can go upto £4000. my accommodations £4100 and that's a shared bathroom.

    as for specialist, when your on placement you'll go to different areas when you know what type of nursing in children's you want to do you go and apply for a job in that field then they train you up. so for me neonatal is where I want to go.


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    So, basically is that the advantage of doing mnursci that you can become a specialist nurse when you graduate in comparison to a normal nursing course? Sorry if I have misunderstood something and thank you for replying.
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    (Original post by lalableh)
    So, basically is that the advantage of doing mnursci that you can become a specialist nurse when you graduate in comparison to a normal nursing course? Sorry if I have misunderstood something and thank you for replying.
    there is no difference. you just study for four years. either way you still start on the same pay band, same job, you get treated no differently you can specialise either way


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