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Which uni is best for Adult Nursing - Hertfordshire or Middlesex?

I've recently applied for Middlesex University and University of Hertfordshire and been accepted by Middlesex University and I am waiting for my Hertfordshire interview for a undergraduate course in Ault nursing. Is there any opinion out there for which University is good for the same. I'm looking for good accomadation around the University. And how much it costs for accomadation and is it easy to to get school supplies, shopping, food, necessities etc..
Original post by Neeha K Abraham
I've recently applied for Middlesex University and University of Hertfordshire and been accepted by Middlesex University and I am waiting for my Hertfordshire interview for a undergraduate course in Ault nursing. Is there any opinion out there for which University is good for the same. I'm looking for good accomadation around the University. And how much it costs for accomadation and is it easy to to get school supplies, shopping, food, necessities etc..


You need to consider what suits you best in terms of location, the location of the placements and how to get to them, the cost and availability of accommodation, etc. Have you visited the unis and departments - which did you prefer?

Accommodation information is available on the uni websites:

https://www.herts.ac.uk/life/student-accommodation
https://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/campus/accommodation

@University of Hertfordshire can you offer some advice?
Original post by Neeha K Abraham
I've recently applied for Middlesex University and University of Hertfordshire and been accepted by Middlesex University and I am waiting for my Hertfordshire interview for a undergraduate course in Ault nursing. Is there any opinion out there for which University is good for the same. I'm looking for good accomadation around the University. And how much it costs for accomadation and is it easy to to get school supplies, shopping, food, necessities etc..

Hey @Neeha K Abraham 🙂

I hope you're well. We're glad you're considering Herts to study Adult Nursing, so we would just like to highlight some of the great things we offer, and answer your question.

As mentioned by @normaw , super important to think about your current situation and what you hope to do in the future when making these decisions!

We are proud to be the winners of the 'Teaching Innovation Award' for our training in end-of-life care

We are one of the top 10 universities in the UK for Nursing

99% of our graduates go on to work/further education within 15 months after graduating


We are also devoted to the support of our students, exemplified by our commitment to providing scholarships and bursaries for this course - which you can learn more about here.

I was a student at Herts until last year, and lived on campus during my second year. I really enjoyed my time at College Lane because it felt very communal and I was fortunate enough to get some really cool flatmates! Facilities, social events and green spaces are plentiful and great, while costs are more affordable than they are in the big cities. Within the town you can find an Aldi, Co-op, Asda, Tesco and plenty of restaurants and stores within a 1.5 mile radius between both campuses.

Being from London, commuting was also very important for me. Thankfully it only takes about 25 mins to get to Hatfield from London and a quick bus journey or scenic walk will take you to either campuses. When you decide to launch your career you won't be far from the city!

For more info on accommodation and/or commuting, click on these links 🙂

Best of luck in your interview and with your decision. We'd love to catch you at Herts!

Juan
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