3.7 / 5
3.7 / 5

Nursing, University of Cumbria

6 Reviews by Students   
#38 out of 75 UK Universities for Nursing

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Denton Holme offers ensuite rooms in shared flats
Friendly & sociable, short walk to city centre
Only a 20-min bus ride to University of Cumbria


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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus from August
TEACHING NOTES:
The planned approach is that courses will be delivered in a blended mode, using a mixture of online learning with face-to-face sessions as appropriate and where it is safe to do so on campus.
This is the latest available data taken from the cumbria.ac.uk website on 29th June 2020

6 Nursing reviews at University of Cumbria


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Student Review: 3 /5

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 20th January 19

Grading based on the RTP in nursing. In short it was a shambles with complete disregard to one's autonomy in that without warning or explanation we found ourselves being interviewed by a member of a third party organisation who had made financial contribution to the course in exchange for meeting with the student. It was as if one had been sold or at best traded for financial reward only we received no benefit from it. Communication was poor and worse at critical milestones of the course.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 20th January 19

Grading based on the RTP in nursing. In short it was a shambles with complete disregard to one's autonomy in that without warning or explanation we found ourselves being interviewed by a member of a third party organisation who had made financial contribution to the course in exchange for our engagement with him. It was as if one had been sold or at best traded for financial reward only we received no benefit from it.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 25th June 17

We do over 4,000 hours work placement in 3 years, other courses like at Uclan do only 3,000 hours. The teaching at the university is intense but very good! The tutors are supportive and friendly. The university has a great rep as it was st Martins college which Founded in 1964, over 40 years worth of students gained their degree at St. Martin's in subjects from teaching to NHS-related training. With so many students, we have plenty of memories to share about the college. It doesn't have the best rep yet as it is only 10 years old as a university and the student life is not as good as it is in Cumbria and Lancaster - What do you expect? I know going to this university will help me reach my full potential, as I have been to two universities now and this is the best one for education. I'm 24 now, so I'm not fussed on the student life. I am more interested in the education and career prospects. I hope this helps!

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Student Review: 3 /5

Children'S Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 21st March 16

It's good but because there's not many child students it's all very adult focused. However after complaining they are trying to improve that.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 21st March 16
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Student Review: 4 /5

Adult Nursing, BSc Hons

By On 4th September 15

Course is brilliant, very intense but has to be expected from the nature of the course. All the staff have been in healthcare careers prior so they understand the struggle and want to make the nurses better. Tuition fees are covered by the NHS which is a huge help and you're also entitled to an NHS bursary which helps a lot too. Job prospects are major, nurses are needed everywhere and are constantly advertised for

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