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    Default Is anyone applying for studies in 2014?

    Hey ladies,

    Applications open on the first of April for 2014 at the uni I am looking to studying at. I am wanting to apply for the bachelor of midwifery. I am currently completing a bridging course part time, I am due to finish it in may then have applied for another course to do units from midwifery so I don't have to stop studying.

    who is applying for study next year?
    what do you want to study?
    it would be great to talk to people while waiting for a response :-)

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    Hi, I'm going to do diploma of enrolled nursing in feb 2014 I think.

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    I am doing a specialist adviser course in Self Managed Super Funds!

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    Hi! I'm applying for bachelor of midwifery at ACU melbourne.
    I'm really excited but also petrified of getting my hopes up in case I don't get in.

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    Have you thought about applying to nursing and doing nursing then midwifery? There are so many different areas in nursing and the years for bachelor of mid a reduced if you have done bachelor of nursing. You also get payed an allowance once working if you are both a rn and rm. Im in my first year of nursing and plan to do midwifery when I finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by missymoo9 View Post
    Have you thought about applying to nursing and doing nursing then midwifery? There are so many different areas in nursing and the years for bachelor of mid a reduced if you have done bachelor of nursing. You also get payed an allowance once working if you are both a rn and rm. Im in my first year of nursing and plan to do midwifery when I finish.
    I've thought about it but I'm not sure how motivated/dedicated I would be to my studies if I did nursing. My heart isn't in it like it is with midwifery, and after already dropping out of two different semesters of uni a few years ago (bachelor of arts) I don't want to risk it!


 

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