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Midwifery, BMid Hons FullTime
Midwifery is tricky because most students are passionate enough to endure some of the crappy stuff! We pay the same tuition but 50% of the course is practical so youâ€™re basically paying to work (even though itâ€™s great work and really fun to learn) the annual leave is quite rubbish so I would advise living with at least one midwife in 2nd year as otherwise thereâ€™s time where youâ€™ll be living alone cause everyoneâ€™s gone home but you still have uni! The content is all really interesting, some of it can seem hard but you need the basic scientific knowledge (I recommend science/biology a level). All the lecturers are midwives and theyâ€™re all so nice!!! Youâ€™re likely to be living with nurses and midwives in your halls for the first year which is actually really nice. The course has 100% employment guarantee after qualifying and you can pick any trust to work at once youâ€™re qualified. read more
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