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Nursing Childrens & General - Integrated - Standard

Date of Review Sep 30, 2011 Go Back
Year of Study 1st
3 Helpful votes.
Student Type Traditional
1 Unhelpful votes.
From Donegal Ireland
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Why did you choose your course?

I wanted to do midwifery but decided it would be better to get my qualification in general nursing first and it just happened that I got the integrated course as I had my CAO form organised with the courses for the highest points in order.

Are you happy with your choice of course?


On reflection, what made it the right or wrong choice for you?

I am really enjoying the course. It is challenging enough to a point i strive at but manageable at the same time

How many hours of organised classes do you have per week? (labs,tutorials,lectures,etc)


Are your lectures/labs mainly based on or off the main campus?


If off campus, does this affect you and how?

D'Olier street is close enough to campus. The library is easy to reach and we also have a library in James as well. There’s a real community feel on D'Olier St.

Is your course weighted more on

End of year exams

Is there an option to study abroad on your course?

I don't know

What are your favourite aspects of your course?

The biology module and practice placement.

What are your least favourite aspects of your course?

Long hours

Was your course what you expected?


What do you wish you had known before choosing this course?

The hours and modules


There’s a limited section in the library on main campus. There is a library in James’s and also in Tallaght although the integrated course students cannot use it.

Rate your course in terms of difficulty


Please rate your course in terms of workload

More than other courses

Are you an active member of any societies?


Are you a member of any sports clubs?


Are your training facilities easily accessible?


Are your training facilities at a good standard?


How much do you spend on living every week (going out, food, transport etc.), excluding rent and bills?


Do you or have you lived away from home during college?


How much does your rent cost per month?


As a first year did you live in college halls?


Would you recommend living in college halls?

Stress free and meet people.

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