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ellaj19
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Hi guys,
I'm trying to find some people who are going to be studying at the university of West London reading campus starting in 2019. Let's get to know each other?
Anyone studying nursing & midwifery at UWL Reading?
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Hi guys,
I'm trying to find some people who are going to be studying in Reading starting in 2019. Let's get to know each other?
Anyone studying nursing & midwifery in Reading?
😊
Omg I never knew reading did nursing ? I don’t think I saw it on the UCAS website - What were the entry requirements?
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It's run by University of West London and they have a campus in London and in Reading. I think it's 120 UCAS points, I have a combination of qualifications so I'm not sure what that is in A Levels
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Omg I never knew reading did nursing ? I don’t think I saw it on the UCAS website - What were the entry requirements?
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(Original post by ellaj19)
It's run by University of West London and they have a campus in London and in Reading. I think it's 120 UCAS points, I have a combination of qualifications so I'm not sure what that is in A Levels
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Great to welcome you to the Uni ellaj19
confuzzled786 - If you'd like more info on our course please visit our website: https://www.uwl.ac.uk/courses and do get in touch if you have any questions.
All the best to both!
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Omg I never knew reading did nursing ? I don’t think I saw it on the UCAS website - What were the entry requirements?
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Hi. I'll be studying childrens nursing this sep 2019 at the reading branch. Not long to go 😊
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Hi. I'll be studying childrens nursing this sep 2019 at the reading branch. Not long to go 😊
I’m trying to apply but I can’t see an option for reading- would it come under Berkshire or London lol I feel dumb asking this
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I’m trying to apply but I can’t see an option for reading- would it come under Berkshire or London lol I feel dumb asking this
Hi. It should say Berkshire institute of health. No question is ever dumb. Feel free to ask. Im happy to help if I can.
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Yayy found someone going to start the same course as me haha. Only a couple months and we'll be there😍
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Hi. I'll be studying childrens nursing this sep 2019 at the reading branch. Not long to go 😊
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Yayy found someone going to start the same course as me haha. Only a couple months and we'll be there😍
oh my days!!! I know right how crazy. I just wish they would give us our time table already so I could plan. I have 3 kids so everything has to be on point.
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Yeah, I've got a little bit of occupational health to go.
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oh my days!!! I know right how crazy. I just wish they would give us our time table already so I could plan. I have 3 kids so everything has to be on point.
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Does anyone know how many days the midwifery course is spent in uni at West London, as I was hoping to carry on working
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Does anyone know how many days the midwifery course is spent in uni at West London, as I was hoping to carry on working
50% uni and 50% placement

Going into second year in midwifery at London
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Hello ellaj19 and Mummymayhem

I have just recently finished my first year of Children's Nursing at UWL (Berkshire). If you have any pending questions feel free to message me and I look forward to seeing you around Uni in September.

Enjoy your time off! xx
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Hello ellaj19 and Mummymayhem

I have just recently finished my first year of Children's Nursing at UWL (Berkshire). If you have any pending questions feel free to message me and I look forward to seeing you around Uni in September.

Enjoy your time off! xx

How was your first year?> how did you find the course and placements? what was the most challenging thing about your course?
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How was your first year?> how did you find the course and placements? what was the most challenging thing about your course?
Hi Blackstarr,

I loved first year and the course is fantastic. I had two different placements that I really enjoyed attending and learnt a lot.

The most challenging thing was finances as I live in accomodation as well as attend uni.
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50% uni and 50% placement

Going into second year in midwifery at London
What is the timetable like re study at uni/placement?
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What is the timetable like re study at uni/placement?
2/3 time's a week for uni and placement is usually 3/4 shifts a week
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