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    Do you think that the entry requirements for midwifery courses will be more leniant since they’re no longer NHS funded, since I do not take any hard science a levels?
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    (Original post by Panickingdiscos)
    Do you think that the entry requirements for midwifery courses will be more leniant since they’re no longer NHS funded, since I do not take any hard science a levels?
    Hi, the best thing to do is look at the entry requirements online or contact the admissions departments of the universities you want to apply to.
    Although applications for midwifery & nursing have declined since the removal of the bursary, they are still popular with universities receiving a high number of applications, so I wouldn’t say universities are necessarily more lenient.
    If you do need a science a-level for the university/universities you want to apply to you might find doing an access to higher education course or an open university course might help you meet the requirements.
    As midwifery is competitive, work or voluntary experience is recommended if you do not have any healthcare experience already.
    I hope this helps.
 
 
 
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