Faculty: Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care
School: School of Nursing and Midwifery
BSc (Hons) Midwifery
Category: Nursing and midwifery
28 September 2017
...a student midwife's guide to the essential things to see and do.
- Visit the skills labs: this is a fantastic opportunity to have a look at the facilities and equipment we have on offer here at ARU.
- Talk to a current student: there will be two current midwifery students on hand for you talk to. This is great opportunity for you to ask lots of questions and get their perspective on life as a student midwife. Top tip: bring list of questions to ask to ensure you get the most of your visit.
- Talk to a lecturer: there will be three very experienced members of the midwifery teaching team available for you to talk to. Discuss your current qualifications, experiences and application with them. They will often have some great suggestions to boost your application further.
- Attend the midwifery talk: there will be several midwifery talks throughout the day. This is our opportunity to really sell ourselves to you, we will discuss our successes, our entry requirements and job prospects post qualification, to name a few. Top tip: listen out for the buzzwords in the presentation, try and incorporate these in your personal statement.
- Go on a campus tour: ARU has modern campuses; let us show you around and find out some more about the facilities and services we have on offer.
- Visit the accommodation: if you are planning on moving away from home to attend university, it is a great idea to take a look around the accommodation.
Find out more about Open Days at ARU.