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Midwifery BMid Hons

Nursing and Midwifery and Midwifery at The University of Manchester:
4.5 / 5
STUDY MODEFull-Time
LENGTH3 years course
LEARNINGOn Campus
PLACEMENT YEARNot Available
YEAR ABROADNot Available
FOUNDATION YEARNot Available

Midwifery BMid Hons

This course has been updated for students starting in September 2022 to align with the revised Nursing and Midwifery Councils (2019) Standards for pre-registration midwifery programmes and Standards of

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member864585
3rd December 21

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 you’re basically paying to work (even though it’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 there’s time where you’ll be living alone cause everyone’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 they’re all so nice!!! You’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 you’re qualified.

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Apply by 25 Jan
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Points of entry for Midwifery BMid Hons

Year 1

Entry requirements for Nursing and Midwifery and Midwifery at The University of Manchester
Entry requirements are the formal requirements students need to meet to be considered for a place on a university course. But, each year many universities accept students with lower grades. The bar chart below shows the actual UCAS tariff points of students currently on this course.
A,B,B
Required subjects for Midwifery BMid Hons at The University of Manchester
AAB- ABB ABB including a science such as Biology, Chemistry or Applied Science. Applicants who are not studying biology or chemistry A-level may apply if they are studying another relevant subject, such as Psychology, Sociology or Health and Social Care. A typical offer for applicants studying a related subject not including biology or chemistry is set at AAB. Please contact the Admissions office to ask about other relevant subjects. If you receive an offer from us but have not previously studied human biology, we may recommend that you do some human biology reading prior to commencing the course.
UCAS points for current students on Nursing and Midwifery and Midwifery at The University of Manchester
English language requirements
7.0
Additional details
7.0, with no component less than 7.0.

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Most relevant Student Reviews for Midwifery BMid Hons at The University of Manchester

member864585
3rd December 21

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 you’re basically paying to work (even though it’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 there’s time where you’ll be living alone cause everyone’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 they’re all so nice!!! You’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 you’re qualified. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
All reviews are the views of StudentCrowd members, not of StudentCrowd Limited

Most relevant Student Reviews for Midwifery at The University of Manchester

member864585
3rd December 21

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 you’re basically paying to work (even though it’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 there’s time where you’ll be living alone cause everyone’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 they’re all so nice!!! You’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 you’re qualified. read more

Value for Money
Teaching Quality
Personal Tutor
Course Content
Job Prospects
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