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Kings BSc or Middlesex diploma?

Posted in: Student nurses | Main nursing areas

26-May-2010 3:30 am

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Alex Lorien

Alex Lorien

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26-Apr-2012 3:27 pm

At King's, you can start on the diploma in the first year, then switch to the degree in your second year.

By that time, you will most likely have registered on a staff bank at the hospital so can earn.

King's such a world renowned University, I would definitely go for that :)

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