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    I'm will be applying to Stirling, Highland campus, to study adult nursing next year. I will be applying mainly on the Access to Nursing I will of passed (fingers crossed!) but I cannot find anything specific on what they want from that.

    UCAS and their own site say:

    'We will accept Access to Degree Studies courses approved by the QAA. Courses should be a minimum of 60 credits, with at least 45 credits at QCF Level 3'.

    I will need 60 credits to get the Access qualification anyway but most uni's state they want pass, merit or distinction in so many units/modules.

    The admissions person I've emailed couldn't offer me any further information than the above. So, is it literally that if I pass the Access, I've met their academic qualifications for entry?

    Thanks for any help you can give me.
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    Hi I did an access course too and mine says the same thing, since they don't specify I assume they are literally just asking for a pass


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