If you're considering studying a degree in Midwifery, becoming famous is probably the last thing on your mind. But it does happen. If
If you're a Scottish student studying in Scotland, you won't pay any tuition fees. If you study in England, fees will cost up to £9,000 per year, but some places will charge less. Students from Wales and Northern Ireland will pay up to £3,465.
Minimum UCAS Tariff points or grades you need to apply for this course.
Whether studying for a three-year diploma or four-year degree, you must learn a core set of skills in your first year, before specialising in one of four areas: adult, learning disabilities, mental health or children's nursing. Courses comprise 50 per cent theory and 50 per cent practice in hospitals.
Nursing graduates are qualified to work in hospitals, community health centres, GP practices and mental health units. Alternatively, you could take a specialised course in midwifery.