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Hi,
I am 26 and doing my access to nursing course. I've applied to do Mental Health Nursing in september at Essex (southend) and Kings College London.

Now I'm in a bit of a pickle because KCL was an ambitious choice, but I've actually been offered a place unexpectedly.

This has left me unsure where to go. I live in Essex and attend Southend college at the moment. I plan to commute to uni as I'm older and live with my partner, and I work in southend also and plan to work there once I graduate.

With Kings being so prestigious, I am totally open to going there but have worries about commuting to placements. Anyone got any advice, experience or words of wisdom? Thanks in advance!
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King is proper prestigious. Not many people get in so TAKE IT. It’ll open more job opportunities for u
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(Original post by m.24s)
King is proper prestigious. Not many people get in so TAKE IT. It’ll open more job opportunities for u
Thankyou! I'm very much leaning toward taking it 😬😬
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Am currently in adult nursing, there's a reason why kings gets a low student satisfaction score 🤔 anyway the course itself requires you to take initiative both are ok options. Check what hospitals are linked to the uni tho . Something I didn't do
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