The Student Room Group

Adult Nursing - Plymouth or Gloucestershire

The University of Plymouth or University of Gloucestershire? Can I please get some advice if someone studied already at these two universities, could you share your experience in terms of placements and lectures? Which one is the better option?

Thanks for helping!
Original post by Florentina.pop
The University of Plymouth or University of Gloucestershire? Can I please get some advice if someone studied already at these two universities, could you share your experience in terms of placements and lectures? Which one is the better option?

Thanks for helping!


Have you been to offer holder/open days? What did you think of the department and facilities, where can you see yourself living for three years? Where are the placements and are they easy to get to? Compare accommodation costs and availability (both halls and private lets), and do the cities offer the social life/activites that you are after?
Original post by normaw
Have you been to offer holder/open days? What did you think of the department and facilities, where can you see yourself living for three years? Where are the placements and are they easy to get to? Compare accommodation costs and availability (both halls and private lets), and do the cities offer the social life/activites that you are after?

For me, the most important is to get good grades and get some support from the teachers because I am a mature student and therefore I might need more support.However I do consider that is essential to have good lectures to be able to achieve good grades.
Original post by Florentina.pop
The University of Plymouth or University of Gloucestershire? Can I please get some advice if someone studied already at these two universities, could you share your experience in terms of placements and lectures? Which one is the better option?
Thanks for helping!

Hi there! 🙂

Glad to hear you're looking to study with us here at Plymouth! Although I study a different subject, I'm a second year student here at the university and have loved my time here so far- the campus is central to the city in a great location by the sea, with great modern facilities and student experience.

Here are a few reasons to study with us here at Plymouth:

Full accreditation: On successful completion you are eligible to apply for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council as a ‘Registered Nurse Adult level 1.

TEF 3x Gold: Plymouth was recently awarded triple gold teaching standard- the highest possible quality of teaching available to students.


Brand new facilities: Our new Intercity Place building opened this year and is the new home of state of the art faculty of health facilities.


Enhance and develop your nursing skills in the safe environment of the Clinical Skills Resource Centre under the supervision of nurse lecturers and clinical demonstrators.


If you'd like to chat to one of our current nursing students, we have a Unibuddy page where you can ask Jenita any questions you have about the course, university, and teaching here!

Best of luck and if you have any more questions, feel free to reach out!
-Alfie, University of Plymouth Undergraduate Student Rep

Quick Reply

Latest

Trending

Trending