I'm looking for some advice on uni's i've been offered a place at Southampton and Surrey for adult nursing and really do not know which one to accept. I live in Winchester so both are easy enough to get to, does anybody have experience with either of these uni's and are aware of any pro's and cons?
Hi, I haven't had any feedback from others yet, but I really like Surrey more than Southampton but Southampton is higher in the league tables! I haven't seen their facilities either. I have a couple of friends who are their and weren't sure about it to start with but love it now.
Let me know how you get on with your decision making.
It's a shame you haven't yet had any replies. It's a hard question to answer myself as I haven't seen any of the universities you have offers at. I'd say it's certainly a good idea to find out about the quality of the courses but you need to make sure you like the uni you've chosen (you'll be there for 3 years after all), have you had chance to speak to students?
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My sister maria is done nursing course from "University of Southampton" and I think it is the best option for you to do your nursing course, because "University of Southampton" ranks second in table of top nursing universities.