Best Universities for Nursing
|University of York||#26|
|Oxford Brookes University||#30|
|University of Hull||#31|
|University of Cumbria||#32|
|University of Birmingham||#33|
|The University of Manchester||#34|
|Edge Hill University||#35|
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 8th Oct & 12th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Subject to Covid rules in place at the time, the university will be delivering most class teaching, seminars and tutorials face to face.
14 Nursing reviews at Oxford Brookes University
Midwifery, BSc HonsBy member1065994 On 4th February 22 Verified student
amazing course with amazing and understanding lecturers. the comfort and mental health of the students are very important to them and they offer amazing support to the students
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member962677 On 6th October 21 Verified student
So far it's been pretty good. It's full on but that's expected
Adult and Mental Health Nursing, BSc HonsBy member962097 On 3rd September 21 Verified student
Very bad place to get your degree or training from
Mental Health Nursing, BA HonsBy member755120 On 10th March 21 Verified student
Considering the current pandemic, the course leaders have been excellent & provided us with top notch support
Mental Health Nursing, BA HonsBy member1351227 On 19th September 20
I started nursing in another university before moving to Oxford Brookes I can tell you this university is well better in terms of quality of lecturing resources and materials available to students ..
Mental Health Nursing, BA HonsBy member641083 On 6th August 19
Brilliant academic advisor. Communication was often poor via email
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member1139001 On 6th June 19
Excellent course for professional job prospects. Course content could be better mapped, there have been a lot of overlap within different modules. I found the teaching in some modules not to good an experience as other modules. With regards to the univeristy and mature students, from my experience, the univerisity do not allow for mature students lives in regards to finances and family. The university has a 'one fits all' attitude for every student not taking into consideration individual student differences. I have experienced this and have found the univeristy support disappointing, however, I have also experienced excellent student support in other areas. On the whole, I have thoroughly enjoyed my student experience, the good bits and the not so good bits.
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member1138621 On 28th May 19
Placements are fantastic. They only good things about Brookes
Children's Nursing, BSc HonsBy member1332289 On 9th June 18
Amazing lecturers and ended with three job offers
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member526102 On 19th March 17
There is not nearly as much classroom experience as I had hoped! The teaching really varies depending on who is taking your seminar and the lectures can be painfully dull and vague. A lot of the stuff we learn way in advance of the essay in which we have to use it. The content of the essays we have to write is not always relevant to practice. Placement is where you learn everything but they do not prepare you well in terms of what paperwork you actually have to compete and get signed off at placement, they just give you your PAD (practice assessment document) and say "make sure you read it". There are also only two placements per academic year so if you get one you don't like your only option is to find a spoke placement (where you organise yourself to get experience in an areas related to your allocated placement). I'm currently not paying tuition fees and would not pay £9250 per year for 1 to 2 lectures and 1 to 2 seminars per week for only 15 weeks of the academic year!
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member416005 On 30th September 15
Mental Health Nursing, BA HonsBy member48394 On 29th April 15
Adult and Mental Health Nursing, BSc HonsBy member98069 On 28th April 15
Adult Nursing, BSc HonsBy member47819 On 27th April 15