jiminie95
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feel like this is a stupid question but...

is there a different midwifery BSc outcomes?

in some unis do you graduate as a registered midwife and in others you graduate and then apply to become one?

or do you graduate and then apply for a registration in midwifery in all unis?
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if you pass the course you get registered.
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All midwifery degrees lead to registration with the NMC
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(Original post by jiminie95)
feel like this is a stupid question but...

is there a different midwifery BSc outcomes?

in some unis do you graduate as a registered midwife and in others you graduate and then apply to become one?

or do you graduate and then apply for a registration in midwifery in all unis?
Let's get this straight...
All NMC approved Midwifery courses lead to registration. Wherever you go, the process looks like this:
- you pass the course
- the university sends off some paperwork to the NMC
- the NMC writes to you for you to register. Pretty much involves you saying that yes you want to enter the register and pay them your annual fee.
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