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I am currently looking to go back and sturdy nursing but I have a degree in international tourism management, I worked as a healthcare assistant for 3 years i have 7 GCSE including math, biology and English which I obtained when I was in high school. I now want to go back and sturdy adult nursing but don’t want to start in first year but second year do you think it will be possible ? Please I need help.
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(Original post by Gael tchoukam)
Hi
I am currently looking to go back and sturdy nursing but I have a degree in international tourism management, I worked as a healthcare assistant for 3 years i have 7 GCSE including math, biology and English which I obtained when I was in high school. I now want to go back and sturdy adult nursing but don’t want to start in first year but second year do you think it will be possible ? Please I need help.
Definitely can be a student nurse starting in second year instead of the first year if you have a previous degree.

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A second undergraduate programme (BSc Nursing) is an option, however, a preferred route for many will be the MSc/PG Diploma. It offers an accelerated two-year programme leading to a PG Diploma registration as a registered nurse in your chosen field or an MSc in Nursing.
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(Original post by Gael tchoukam)
Hi
I am currently looking to go back and sturdy nursing but I have a degree in international tourism management, I worked as a healthcare assistant for 3 years i have 7 GCSE including math, biology and English which I obtained when I was in high school. I now want to go back and sturdy adult nursing but don’t want to start in first year but second year do you think it will be possible ? Please I need help.
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Definitely can be a student nurse starting in second year instead of the first year if you have a previous degree.

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A second undergraduate programme (BSc Nursing) is an option, however, a preferred route for many will be the MSc/PG Diploma. It offers an accelerated two-year programme leading to a PG Diploma registration as a registered nurse in your chosen field or an MSc in Nursing.
If you have a previous degree, it has to be in a related subject (health & social care) and have experience to use APEL to start in 2nd year of a nursing BSc/BN (know people who have done it that way), otherwise the only way to do a nursing degree in less than 3 years is to do the 2 year MSc.
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If you have a previous degree, it has to be in a related subject (health & social care) and have experience to use APEL to start in 2nd year of a nursing BSc/BN (know people who have done it that way), otherwise the only way to do a nursing degree in less than 3 years is to do the 2 year MSc.
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