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I have recieved offers for radiotherapy from both Glasgow Caledonian University and Cardiff University my top 2 but I'm not sure which to pick as my firm choice. I'd really appreciate any input. Thank you!
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I have recieved offers for radiotherapy from both Glasgow Caledonian University and Cardiff University my top 2 but I'm not sure which to pick as my firm choice. I'd really appreciate any input. Thank you!
Which do you prefer?
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I preferred Cardiff to be honest but glasgow also looks like it could be great, also I've never actually been to Glasgow But then the NHS bursary also impacts the decision
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I preferred Cardiff to be honest but glasgow also looks like it could be great, also I've never actually been to Glasgow But then the NHS bursary also impacts the decision
You should probably take a trip up to Glasgow then
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I preferred Cardiff to be honest but glasgow also looks like it could be great, also I've never actually been to Glasgow But then the NHS bursary also impacts the decision
do you feel confident that you will stay in wales the two years after your degree?
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I think I should but I doubt I'd have the time, especially since I'm an Irish student
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I would love to work in Wales afterwards, but how likely is it that I'd get the bursary? Do most ppl get them or?
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do you feel confident that you will stay in wales the two years after your degree?
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I think I should but I doubt I'd have the time, especially since I'm an Irish student
I think Glasgow has an airport...
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I would love to work in Wales afterwards, but how likely is it that I'd get the bursary? Do most ppl get them or?
I think as long as you meet the uk residency criteria then you are eligible to apply, its explained here https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/unde...se/nhs-bursary
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I realise, but with exams and all that it's not practical. Especially since it's towards the end of the year. Had I been called for an interview in January or February or been made aware that they didn't do interviews I would have visited ages ago.
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It's not really very clear for EU students but thank you!
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I think as long as you meet the uk residency criteria then you are eligible to apply, its explained here https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/study/unde...se/nhs-bursary
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It's not really very clear for EU students but thank you!
It depends on whether you have settled status or not i believe.
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I'm not sure what that means could you explain it please
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It depends on whether you have settled status or not i believe.
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I'm not sure what that means could you explain it please
how long have you lived in the uk? do you have a british passport or citizenship?
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I have recieved offers for radiotherapy from both Glasgow Caledonian University and Cardiff University my top 2 but I'm not sure which to pick as my firm choice. I'd really appreciate any input. Thank you!
Glasgow caledonian Uni seems good
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I've lived in Ireland my whole life and I've an Irish passport
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how long have you lived in the uk? do you have a british passport or citizenship?
Regards
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Do you go there ? Do you know anything about the facilities, staff etc.?
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Glasgow caledonian Uni seems good
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Do you go there ? Do you know anything about the facilities, staff etc.?
They’ve got really good staff and lots of facilities
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Thank you x that'll definitely be helpful
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They’ve got really good staff and lots of facilities
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