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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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    (Original post by ellie_sheppard)
    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!
    Moved to nursing and midwifery.

    There is space to work part time around a course like midwifery or nursing, though the course can be quite intense. You'll work a lot more of the year compared to being a biomedical science student (I think you get about 8 weeks off in total per year) and will have to complete clinical placements that will consist of working full time hours, with academic work to do on top of this.
 
 
 
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