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I need some advice: I am currently on a BSc Adult Nursing programme in my second year and want to leave due to multiple issues including poor support from the university, bad attitude of staff on placements making me feel like I have just wasted nearly two years and don’t want to waste another year and with the experiences I have up to now don’t even know if I want to do nursing anymore.

I want so advice on the advantages and disadvantages of leaving/ staying.
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Can you transfer your credits you have earned to another institution?
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If you say that you are mine
I'll be here 'til the end of time
So you got to let me know
Should I stay or should I go?
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Very few places with accept transfers of people at the end of second start of third year.
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Can you transfer your credits you have earned to another institution?
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You must be having classmates, and my question is, do the other students face the same problems? If yes then the problem indeed in the entire institution but if only you then there must be totally a problem between you and the staff, and if it is so then my advice to you is just to get humble time and iron out your differences and get everything moving smoothly. We must accept diversity in institutions. Transferring to another college will just only drag you backward for no reason yet you are almost finishing. If you could persevere for the last two years why can't you just do the same for the shortest period remaining?
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I don’t see much of the other students currently as am out on placement. But it is both the institution what has big failings with staff not even wanting to stay. I feel some staff are only there as it is pay in their pocket and they don’t care about the students.
I don’t think I even want to transfer but just give up education and get a job where I won’t be treated like rubbish.
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You must be having classmates, and my question is, do the other students face the same problems? If yes then the problem indeed in the entire institution but if only you then there must be totally a problem between you and the staff, and if it is so then my advice to you is just to get humble time and iron out your differences and get everything moving smoothly. We must accept diversity in institutions. Transferring to another college will just only drag you backward for no reason yet you are almost finishing. If you could persevere for the last two years why can't you just do the same for the shortest period remaining?
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Then being that it's your future I think you should get the very best, of which if at all you can't get it from the institution you currently are then you can sort for it from somewhere else. It is true that some teachers are more pocket oriented than the institutional goals, you may finish but not with the best papers you wanted so I may advise you to move on.

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I don’t see much of the other students currently as am out on placement. But it is both the institution what has big failings with staff not even wanting to stay. I feel some staff are only there as it is pay in their pocket and they don’t care about the students.
I don’t think I even want to transfer but just give up education and get a job where I won’t be treated like rubbish.
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