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    So I have an offer from both- bbb from notts and bbc for dmu. I’m predicted bbc.
    I love them both and will be living at home so journey time is the same pretty much. Placements for notts could be slightly further.
    However, Notts has changed their course structure for this year which I originally liked meaning my course will be 37 week instead of normal 43, but thinking about it, I’ll have to make up those hours somewhere so will that make it more stressful??
    I’ve got no clue where to go, love them both.
    Any help would be great!! (I will probs end up working at the leicester hospital when I’m older so would that be better for me if I went to dmu??)
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    (Original post by abbibott99)
    So I have an offer from both- bbb from notts and bbc for dmu. I’m predicted bbc.
    I love them both and will be living at home so journey time is the same pretty much. Placements for notts could be slightly further.
    However, Notts has changed their course structure for this year which I originally liked meaning my course will be 37 week instead of normal 43, but thinking about it, I’ll have to make up those hours somewhere so will that make it more stressful??
    I’ve got no clue where to go, love them both.
    Any help would be great!! (I will probs end up working at the leicester hospital when I’m older so would that be better for me if I went to dmu??)
    You're right in that you will have the same hours to do in a smaller space of time. Whether you think you would cope with the additional pressure (and whether it is worth it) is something you will need to consider.

    Lots can change in 3 years. You may want to move away or work in a role which isn't hospital-based. It's important that you base your decision on which course suits you better and which university you want to be a student at. Experience in a particular hospital is not hugely beneficial at job interviews, if you are a good candidate you will get the job regardless of where you have trained.
 
 
 
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