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Hi guys.

So I’m confused about something..
I've finished my BSc Undergraduate Adult Nursing course of 3 years this year & I am successfully graduating in October.
I'd love to do a Masters next!
Although I have a job offer which I am pleased with & accepted (AMU) and will start in November.

I am still interested in Msc and aiming higher to gain more knowledge!

The MSc I should be after (according to everyone I have asked), they say its the 'Advanced Clinical Practice' course MSc Post-Graduate course which is the Masters for Adult Nursing.
Although, there is one problem.. I really wanted to do my masters next year but this course's requirement is like after 3-5 years of working??

Do I really have to wait that long to do my Masters in Nursing?? It's so long..!?

Does anyone have any suggestions? Or is this correct? Any alternatives..?

Thanks guys.
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Hi guys.

So I’m confused about something..
I've finished my BSc Undergraduate Adult Nursing course of 3 years this year & I am successfully graduating in October.
I'd love to do a Masters next!
Although I have a job offer which I am pleased with & accepted (AMU) and will start in November.

I am still interested in Msc and aiming higher to gain more knowledge!

The MSc I should be after (according to everyone I have asked), they say its the 'Advanced Clinical Practice' course MSc Post-Graduate course which is the Masters for Adult Nursing.
Although, there is one problem.. I really wanted to do my masters next year but this course's requirement is like after 3-5 years of working??

Do I really have to wait that long to do my Masters in Nursing?? It's so long..!?

Does anyone have any suggestions? Or is this correct? Any alternatives..?

Thanks guys.
It's a course designed to be part of your continued professional development, then they do usually require you to have some professional experience first to draw on - otherwise you won't be experienced enough to get the most out of the course.
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Right.. yeah i know Thanks. But are there any type of masters people can do straight after their Adult Nursing Bsc? Or is it just that one (Advanced Clinical Practice)?
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It's a course designed to be part of your continued professional development, then they do usually require you to have some professional experience first to draw on - otherwise you won't be experienced enough to get the most out of the course.
Right.. yeah i know Thanks. But are there any type of masters people can do straight after their Adult Nursing Bsc? Or is it just that one (Advanced Clinical Practice)?
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Right.. yeah i know Thanks. But are there any type of masters people can do straight after their Adult Nursing Bsc? Or is it just that one (Advanced Clinical Practice)?
I don't think there is, unless you want to change careers (in which case, the experience you've gained before won't matter). Is there a reason why you want to do a master's straight after your undergrad? Usually in healthcare, experience > qualifications up to a certain pay grade, so having a master's too soon wouldn't affect your pay grade that early on.
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