Audiologist to adult nurse

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Misszeus
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So I want to go to university for adult nursing however I have found an apprenticeship for an audiologist.

If i do the apprenticeship is there anyway I can then being a fully qualified nurse without doing 3 years in university. E.g because I'll again a degree from the apprenticeship can I go straight into a masters for nursing?
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Provided you meet the other criteria for a pre-reg masters in nursing such as clinical experience, then you should be able to apply for one.

Why train as an audiologist of you want to be a nurse though?
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Provided you meet the other criteria for a pre-reg masters in nursing such as clinical experience, then you should be able to apply for one.

Why train as an audiologist of you want to be a nurse though?
I'm trying to minimise my student debt. Audiology has been something I have looked into in the past but I preferred nursing as it gave me more routes for carers
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I am a frequent guest in our local audiology clinic. People definitely need more good audiologist as so many of them ignore hearing protection aids.
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I'm trying to minimise my student debt. Audiology has been something I have looked into in the past but I preferred nursing as it gave me more routes for carers
Nursing Master’s degrees are 2 years, not one year. This is a requirement of the nursing registration board, because students are required to complete a certain number of placement and theoretical hours before being allowed to register as a nurse.

Trying to minimise your student debt is pointless. You only pay a tiny amount on earnings above £27,000, like £40 a month if that. Inevitably it will be written off later in your life.
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