What courses should I take for midwifery?!

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Jamilahilda
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I’m fully set on taking midwifery at uni but I’m torn between my A level options;
I could take double health and social care and sociology ( which could look better when applying for universities ) or textiles, sociology and criminology. I love textiles and have a passion for it ( working at a 9 at gcse level ) but if I took it as an option would the coursework be to much and consequently make my other options suffer? Plus would it be insignificant for my uni applications?
Please help!
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(Original post by Jamilahilda)
Hi,
I’m fully set on taking midwifery at uni but I’m torn between my A level options;
I could take double health and social care and sociology ( which could look better when applying for universities ) or textiles, sociology and criminology. I love textiles and have a passion for it ( working at a 9 at gcse level ) but if I took it as an option would the coursework be to much and consequently make my other options suffer? Plus would it be insignificant for my uni applications?
Please help!
Double health and social care and sociology would definitely look better on uni applications for midwifery so I would choose that option if A level Biology is not an option for you
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(Original post by Jamilahilda)
Hi,
I’m fully set on taking midwifery at uni but I’m torn between my A level options;
I could take double health and social care and sociology ( which could look better when applying for universities ) or textiles, sociology and criminology. I love textiles and have a passion for it ( working at a 9 at gcse level ) but if I took it as an option would the coursework be to much and consequently make my other options suffer? Plus would it be insignificant for my uni applications?
Please help!
Don't quote me on this, but I think that you have to take biology (or at least a science subject) for most health related courses. Your best best would be having a look at the entry requirements on a few different university sites to give you an idea of what you need
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