University of Chester

University of Chester

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Children's Nursing (including Foundation Year) BN (Hons)

Health And Social Care

4 years full time

B73F UCAS code
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72-84UCAS Tariff Points
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(4.12) 
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39 / 131
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10 Dec 19

University of Chester

Doctor of Professional Studies DProf) in Health and Social Care

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Brilliant. All of my peers are great and supportive, as-well as the tutors and lecturers. I would encourage any individual who is...

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Tara
11 Dec 19

University of Chester

Doctor of Professional Studies DProf) in Health and Social Care

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I love being a university and Chester is a lovely city. The university it’s self is great in terms of societies and sports. Being...