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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning.
OPEN DAYS:
On-campus open days on 20th Aug, 9th Oct, 30th Oct & 26th Nov.
TEACHING NOTES:
Lectures have continued online with some practical work happening face to face but only when it’s a mandatory requirement of the course, such as nursing.
This is the latest available data taken from the bangor.ac.uk website on 27th July 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

4 Nursing reviews at Bangor University


Student Review: 2 /5

Adult Nursing, BN Hons

By member1165538 On 20th January 22 verified Verified student

All learning is through online teaching, no practical side even with injection technique being a PowerPoint, when you raise concerns about aspects of a placement you are automatically sent to fitness to practice with the university only speaking to the said placement and not the student. I would never recommend this university to anyone after how they handled my predicament. They terminated my student status a week before Christmas 21

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Student Review: 2.8 /5

Adult Nursing, BN Hons

By member456413 On 16th April 21

Online teaching throughout, no clinical skills, no practical element, very disorganised and there's issues with staff cuts so students will find it difficult to get in contact with relevant staff. The support from the university is good, but as far as the course, it's not really been apparent. Nursing is a practical course and the lack of practical teaching has caused issues for many students going onto placement unprepared.

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Student Review: 2.4 /5

Mental Health Nursing, BN Hons

By member949876 On 13th July 20

One word that describes my experience: Disappointing. When I first got accepted onto the mental health nursing course, I was incredibly excited. However, I do regret not choosing another university and possibly a different course altogether. Every student in my cohort complains about how extremely disorganised the course is. The timetable is often incorrect and there is a lack of communication between staff and students. I emailed my concerns about this to the course rep, and she unfortunately said that this has been brought up numerous times before but never addressed by the staff. Many times during the lectures I felt like they were rushed. This was particularly the case in the large lectures we had that combined all the nursing field students. The lectures only for mental health nursing students were often better, as there were only approximately 30 students at these lectures. Less distractions and felt much less overwhelming. Overall, I'm disappointed and would not recommend.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Midwifery, BM Hons

By member1036510 On 13th March 19

A challenging degree made easier by the incredibly supportive staff. They are always there to talk to and guide you through the degree. Lecturers who love what they are doing, that make you want to learn more.

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