i've applied for the adult nursing bsc, starting this september, and been accepted by kings and middlesex. if only it were that simple though...
i'm not hugely wealthy, so i asked both universities if i could switch to the diploma course, with a view to switching back to bsc in the third year.
middlesex said that would be fine and have amended my offer. kings basically told me it was a non-starter and they'd want me on the bsc from the beginning.
if money was no object, i'd go for kings straight away (purely because of its reputation). but with the bursary being higher and non-means tested for diplomas, i'm strongly tempted to choose middlesex.
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