Congrats love! Now you can use all of your boy things again
I was actually hoping you could provide some information on what helped you to decide to go to ACU over Griffith (which also has the PT course)? I'm currently struggling to choose between the two...
Also, do you know where clinical placements are for ACU? I know Griffith (Logan) is Redlands and Logan hospital but I've been unable to acquire that same information for ACU.
Any help would be amazing, thank you in advance.
At the open day, ACU mentioned a heap of hospitals, pretty much covered all of brisbane and surrounds...Wesley was mentioned but only for those with a nursing degree, but the others mentioned above were all options.
According to qtac, Griffith only does full time, but on their website it's 2yrs part time/2years full time. So, maybe you could look into that if it's an issue for you? Also, I think Griffith do placements at Ipswich as well...or was it the Gold Coast? Hmmmm. There was a 3rd option I'm sure.
I was also told at the open day that ACU does placements in blocks at the end of the semester which suits me more since I've got limited days through the week with my kids in daycare, but MeredithGrey said they do some throughout the semester as well, so that will probably influence my choice. I'm hoping the mater does it in a block!
Last edited by The Pushka; 19-09-2015 at 05:29.
Thank you. I've applied for ACU part time for next year.
All the best Kayla How exciting! Im glad you got some answers.
This waiting is driving me crazy! I just want to know! And I want to start learning right now!
So long to wait though... 😩
I know..... It's crazy 😣😣😣
Tell me about it! Only a month until the early offers round. But sunny coast don't have early offers for midwifery so ill have to wait until January to know where ill be heading.
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