mattexe91
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I already have an undergraduate degree and
Am looking at completing a joint registration adult and mental health nursing degree with the university of Exeter. I've read conflicting information on funding and wanted a definitive answer as to what funding is available.
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Matt
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Hello,
I already have an undergraduate degree and
Am looking at completing a joint registration adult and mental health nursing degree with the university of Exeter. I've read conflicting information on funding and wanted a definitive answer as to what funding is available.
Thank you
Matt
Hi there,

Are you professorially registered in these fields? Will you be studying two pre-registration courses simultaneously?

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Nihad
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Hi there,

Are you professorially registered in these fields? Will you be studying two pre-registration courses simultaneously?

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Nihad
Im not currently registered, it's a relatively new single 4 year masters degree that leads to joint registration.
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Im not currently registered, it's a relatively new single 4 year masters degree that leads to joint registration.
I have attempted to look up the course, but cannot find this on the database.These are the only nursing courses confirmed by the University Of Exeter for 19/20:

Nursing
Bachelor Degree with Honours
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs


Nursing (MSci)
Integrated Masters Degree
Undergraduate
Full-time
4yrs
B700

Nursing Science
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Full-time
4yrs


Nursing Science
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Part-time
7yrs


Nursing Science - Cornwall
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Full-time
4yrs


Nursing Science - Cornwall
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Part-time
7yrs


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Nihad
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I have attempted to look up the course, but cannot find this on the database.These are the only nursing courses confirmed by the University Of Exeter for 19/20:

Nursing
Bachelor Degree with Honours
Undergraduate
Full-time
3yrs


Nursing (MSci)
Integrated Masters Degree
Undergraduate
Full-time
4yrs
B700

Nursing Science
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Full-time
4yrs


Nursing Science
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Part-time
7yrs


Nursing Science - Cornwall
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Full-time
4yrs


Nursing Science - Cornwall
Postgraduate Doctorate
Postgraduate
England, Wales
Part-time
7yrs


Regards,
Nihad

(Original post by mattexe91)
Hello,
I already have an undergraduate degree and
Am looking at completing a joint registration adult and mental health nursing degree with the university of Exeter. I've read conflicting information on funding and wanted a definitive answer as to what funding is available.
Thank you
Matt
Hello Nihad,

The course that Matt is looking to study is our MSci Nursing (UCAS code B700). This is the one with the joint registration referred to. I hope this helps!

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Hello Nihad,

The course that Matt is looking to study is our MSci Nursing (UCAS code B700). This is the one with the joint registration referred to. I hope this helps!

Melody
Thank you, Melody!

@mattexe91 This course is not pre-registration which means it does not qualify as an exception.

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Nihad
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Hey,
I'm confused now, so I'm not a registered professional nurse. This course qualifies me after four years as an adult nurse and allows me to register as a nurse after passing the course, yet it does not qualify as an exception?
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Hey,
I'm confused now, so I'm not a registered professional nurse. This course qualifies me after four years as an adult nurse and allows me to register as a nurse after passing the course, yet it does not qualify as an exception?
So when we look at the course, we also look at its attributes. The attributes for this course does not show that it is designated for exception funding. The course has not been confirmed by the university as a pre-registration course.

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So when we look at the course, we also look at its attributes. The attributes for this course does not show that it is designated for exception funding. The course has not been confirmed by the university as a pre-registration course.

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Nihad
Are there any in the south west of England that are?
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A bit of whats confusing me stems from a similar discussion on here;
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=5744058 with regards with what would qualify for funding.
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