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I've been offered a place at Bournemouth to study Adult Nursing (Bsc). I was told that my placement areas would be in and around Bournemouth, but I'm not too sure whether to apply for uni halls, or hospital accomodation. On the website they pointed it out that its much more convenient to live in hospital accomodations as its closer to placements and stuff, but I dont see it applying to me, as my placement is based around Bournemouth anyway. What do you guys think? I'm really confused. I thought they place undergraduate nursing students all in one building or something, but clearly not which is better I think. Anyway, can someone give me any tips and more information please as I live no where near Bournemouth, the place is unknown to me. Thanks! I'd greatly appreciate it


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