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- Choosing a course
- Reasons to choose the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare
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- Scholarships and bursaries
- Our facilities
- Get in touch
- Undergraduate courses
Are you thinking about starting a degree course at the College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare in September 2018?
Our degrees are professionally-focused and connect our graduates to exciting careers so successfully that we are now the best modern university* in London for graduate employment.
*Modern universities are defined as those higher education institutions that were granted university status in, and subsequent to, 1992.
Find the course that's right for you.
The deadline for UCAS applications is 15 January 2018.
Want to talk to someone about the options available?
- Fill in our form to request a call or email within two working days
- Book onto our next Nursing and Midwifery open day, or our general open day on 21 April 2018.
- Speak to one of our advisers: 0800 036 8888
- Email us: email@example.com
We run open days where you will have the chance to meet our staff and current students, as well as finding out more about university life.
We offer a range of scholarships and bursaries to help you fund your course. Previously, these have included:
- the UWL Full time Undergraduate Bursary Scheme: a £3,000 award towards the cost of study, payable over three years
- the Path to Success scholarship: a £4,000 award for students starting a 4-year degree with a foundation year.
September 2018 offers and dates will be released soon. Keep checking back for further details.
Home and EU undergraduate students can also apply for loans towards the cost of their tuition fees and living costs. Find out more about help with funding.
We have specialist facilities so you can study your chosen subject in a world-class environment, including:
- State of the art clinical simulation rooms that can be set up to 'mock' a ward environment, GP surgery or home setting
- The Paul Hamlyn Library, complete with 27" Apple iMacs and self-service technology
- The College works with NHS Hospitals Trusts, Primary Care Trusts, the independent and voluntary care sectors, to offer a wide range of excellent facilities to support teaching and learning activity.