I am considering reapplying for nursing 2 year post graduate adult nursing program using my extra choice as I fail getting a place into medicine. I wondering which university to choice either King college or kingston. Both program seemed very similar and both working with the biggest nhs trust in London (kings and st Georges). I wonder if someone attend their open days or know what the different between these two universities in term of quality of studies? location? supervising stuff? etc.. . It seemed it is easier to get a place in kingston ( they ask for 2.2 compare king that ask for 2.1 plus 4 months work experience) but in general the courses structure is almost identical. Thanks
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- 02-04-2013 15:34
- 02-04-2013 18:00
The courses will seem similar because the learning outcomes are set by the NMC not the individual universities. Visit each place and see which one you like the most. Kings market themselves very well and make a lot of noise about their nursing school but in the end the majority of employers are not too bothered about where you trained. They are more bothered that you have your professional registration and come across in the application process that you're interested in the post and are competent enough as a newly qualified nurse to be able to do the job.
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