Adult health and mental health nursing open days – Truro and Exeter

Exeter School of Nursing Open Days

Truro School of Nursing Open Day

An opportunity to gather more information about the facilities and resources available to you at our Exeter School of Nursing and Truro School of Nursing. You will have the opportunity to talk to current lecturers about the modules available to study and local experts about your future career options.

You’ll also get the chance to chat with current students, tour the facilities, find out about available funding and speak to members of our admissions team about the admissions process.
<p>Nursing Open Days [Square]</p>
<p>Nursing Open Days [Square]</p>
<p>Nursing Open Days [Square]</p>
<p>Nursing Open Days [Square]</p>

Provisional programme of activities

10.30 Arrival and registration

11.00 Introduction to nursing talk

11.45 Skills session or subject talk

12.10 Skills session or subject talk

12.30 Complimentary lunch with the opportunity to talk to staff and current students

13.15 UCAS and Personal Statement talk

You will receive the final programme of activities to your registered email address approximately 5 days before your chosen Open Day.

Nursing students to receive £5,000 payment a year

The Government is issuing Nursing students on courses from 2020 a payment of at least £5,000 a year, which they will not have to pay back. A further £3,000 of funding a year is available for eligible students.

Find out more about the bursary

The Knowledge Spa, Truro

The Knowledge Spa is the base for our BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult Health) programme in Truro, where you will study if you are successful in an application to the Cornwall campus.

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The Exeter School of Nursing (WESC)

WESC Foundation is the base for our BSc (Hons) Nursing (Adult Health) programme in Exeter, where you will study if you are successful in an application to the Exeter campus.

Discover the Exeter School of Nursing

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