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    I'm currently studying biomedical science specialising in physiology and I have a real interest in pregnancy and babies.
    I'm considering applying for a midwifery course after I graduate but I'm hesitant due to personal reasons.
    I was hoping to get a job and house after I graduate with my first degree rather than spend another 3 years studying. Is there time to have a part time job as well as study midwifery?

    Any advice is welcome!
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    My advice would be to look at some courses you're interested in specifically and find out whos running them, Send an email to them to ask them any questions and talk about any concerns. Most will be more than happy to speak with you. I did this and was invited for an informal chat about the course and how it worked and how its run.
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    I'm not an expert at midwifery but people will always be having babies so employment prospects seem good.
 
 
 
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