Applied Nursing (Learning Disability) and Generic Social Work, BSc Hons
By member87514 On
26th April 15
The course so far this year has been very good especially out on placement, good opportunities but the teaching in the 3rd term has been about things we could of done without having a lecture or seminar.
Value for money is an obvious one whilst NHS bursaries are still around. Teaching quality is good, personal tutors always happy to help, content fascinating and you'll almost always get a job straight out of uni.
Honestly this is one of the most demanding courses you could do at university, and after freshers your social life sorta stops, lol. 37.5 placement weeks, 5am starts, 5 days in a row.... Yeah it's great.
This is a large University with a large and good quality teaching team. The education you receive is from experts in their field. There is a nice balance between academic and practical sessions, and being in Sheffield the range of placements are wide, especially with two massive teaching hospitals next door. If anything could be improved, then the amount of time in clinical scenarios could be increased, these sessions were ones everyone looked forward to and provided you with an outlet to practice in a safe environment.
Highlight of the three years has to be SMART day!
Started slightly more diffucult as placed into teaching groups very late. Which made friend making complicated..but, into the swing of things now (its all taught very quickly 40hrs contact to 160 self) so be prepped