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19 June 2017

Whoever said that university was easier than A-Levels is certainly correct. You get to focus on one subject rather than stressing out whether you’ve managed your time equally between each subject (sorry Chemistry A-Level, I liked French better). Read more…

8 June 2017

Midwifery is one of the hardest degrees to be accepted onto. It is therefore essential that your application outshines other potential candidates. Today’s blog looks at the value of work experience, where to find it and how to apply. Read more…

14 March 2017

When doing an early years degree at university, I would say the best thing you can do is try to surround yourself with lots of opportunities to explore the field even more. I would imagine this would be good practice for any course you do. Which is why, when I found out about ChildcareExpo… Read more…

8 October 2015

Hopefully, you are reading this blog after attending our open day. I had a lot of fun in the William Harvey Building greeting the many FHSCE visitors and trying to convince some of you to try our photo booth. Read more…

9 September 2015

I can’t believe how quickly my first year of the BSc Midwifery course has gone, let alone the three weeks annual leave we’ve just had, including a family holiday and cuddling my Black and White cat called Carly. Read more…

3 September 2015

I would say most students undertake a degree due to the dreams of their childhood, or because they’re already in the job but need that degree. I, however, changed my mind plenty of times, from professional saxophonist to a history teacher – both careers worlds apart from social work. Read more…

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