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hi, im an irish student and i have accepted an offer for adult nursing in bucks for february intake. Im not sure what to do about accommodation as uxbridge does not have a halls of residence and i'm unsure as to what other steps i need to take in order to prepare. any help would be welcome. thanks in advance.

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(Original post by shan_shan96)
hi, im an irish student and i have accepted an offer for adult nursing in bucks for february intake. Im not sure what to do about accommodation as uxbridge does not have a halls of residence and i'm unsure as to what other steps i need to take in order to prepare. any help would be welcome. thanks in advance.

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hi I've accepted an offer for adult nursing as well for February 2016, I wasn't sure where to apply but ended up applying for the halls in hughenden. Where did you apply for?
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[QUOTE=mowmita97;57859463]hi I've accepted an offer for adult nursing as well for February 2016, I wasn't sure where to apply but ended uip applying for the halls in hughenden. Where did you apply for?[/QUOTE


I havnt applied fir anywhere is that bad ?
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Hi, congrats on your place ☺️
I'm going to start feb 2016 too, I hope you've found a place?
I will be commuting from home, which is about 50 min drive so unfortunately I wouldn't be able to advise you in terms of accommodation. A friend of mine mentioned you could try looking on sparerooms.co.uk? Good luck with your search.
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i gave the university a call and apparently they are going to send me an email in december/january time, so that i can apply for accommodation for february 2016. Is anyone else applying for accommodation for february 2016?
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Which nursing is more in demand?
adult nursing, child nursing, learning disability nursing or mental health nursing.


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(Original post by shan_shan96)
hi, im an irish student and i have accepted an offer for adult nursing in bucks for february intake. Im not sure what to do about accommodation as uxbridge does not have a halls of residence and i'm unsure as to what other steps i need to take in order to prepare. any help would be welcome. thanks in advance.

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Hey, I'm from Ireland too and I'm starting Adult Nursing in Bucks in February as well! I'm in the same boat as you, have you got your accommodation sorted? I'm not sure whether to choose the halls in High Wycombe or one of the houses that the college manage in Uxbridge.. I think the meet and greet day is on november/december so we'll all be able to meet up before we start! Do you know anyone going over?
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i gave the university a call and apparently they are going to send me an email in december/january time, so that i can apply for accommodation for february 2016. Is anyone else applying for accommodation for february 2016?
So it'll be best if we wait till then to apply ? I will be starting in Feb 2016. Not sure what accommodation to choose


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So it'll be best if we wait till then to apply ? I will be starting in Feb 2016. Not sure what accommodation to choose


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Yeah just wait for them to email you. I honestly think that the accommodation there is expensive, so unless you have enough money, brook street is the best option for the first year (about £400 a month)
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i gave the university a call and apparently they are going to send me an email in december/january time, so that i can apply for accommodation for february 2016. Is anyone else applying for accommodation for february 2016?
I am Not sure where to even start though, waiting on the email also
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Where will you guys be staying? Those who will be studying adult nursing, will you stay in the uxbridge campus or high Wycombe ?


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Where will you guys be staying? Those who will be studying adult nursing, will you stay in the uxbridge campus or high Wycombe ?


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How does it cost to stay at uxbridge ?


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How does it cost to stay at uxbridge ?


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I cant remember exactly but when I was at interview I asked one of the current students and she told me and it was more then what halls was costing
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