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Hello, If any one can answer this question for me please. So basically can a health and social foundation degree take you into nursing, the last year rather than starting nursing from 1st year?
Has anyone done the health and social care foundation degree and is working or doing a top up?
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I haven't done a health and social degree however, generally you would need to do the full 3 year nursing course. There are one or two unis that will allow you to do a 2 year graduate course though these are few and far between.


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quite a few uni's do a 2 year post graduate diploma in nursing, but they often require evidence of nursing experience ie as an HCA
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