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Hi.

I'm after some advice please, and hoping to be in the correct place. In the meantime I have already emails many universities to see what their clarification would be, and I am awaiting their response...

I have already done an Access to Higher Education - Medicine and Healthcare Professions, and K101 Open to University. I also have Maths, Science and England GCSE'S.

I am looking to apply to University next September 2019, and by then would have completed another module with the Open University.

I am looking of ways to start Midwifery as a 2nd year student rather than the first year.

Does anyone have any advice on this? What are the minimum entry requirements? Is it possible?
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You can’t skip first year of a midwifery degree using university credits from other courses.
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Is it the same for adult nursing?
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Is it the same for adult nursing?
Exactly the same I'm afraid.
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