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Robert Gordon University or Cumbria University in Lancaster

Hey everyone!

I’m torn between Cumbria and Robert Gordon university.
I have applied for adult nursing in Cumbria and a dual registration adult, children and young people nursing.

Does anyone have any advice on which one would be better to choose?

I need to make a decision soon!
Original post by Shan1109
Hey everyone!

I’m torn between Cumbria and Robert Gordon university.
I have applied for adult nursing in Cumbria and a dual registration adult, children and young people nursing.

Does anyone have any advice on which one would be better to choose?

I need to make a decision soon!


Do you normally reside in England? You won't be entitled to the NHS Learning Support Fund if you choose a uni outside of England.
Original post by Shan1109
Hey everyone!
I’m torn between Cumbria and Robert Gordon university.
I have applied for adult nursing in Cumbria and a dual registration adult, children and young people nursing.
Does anyone have any advice on which one would be better to choose?
I need to make a decision soon!

I would take Robert Gordon university for your adult nursing as you will have a wider placement areas when you are doing them.
Plus you'll get your university fees paid ( if you are a Scottish resident) and you will be able to apply for the bursary of £10,000 for student nurses via SAAS.

If you are applying for a English university speak to the SAAS about the funding as you they may pay your tuition fees plus any other help with your studies.


NHS Scotland registered midwife.

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