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New nursing students to benefit from dedicated skills zones for independent practice

Nursing student Claire demonstrating the new skills zone at Falmer.

Nursing student Claire demonstrating the new skills zone at Falmer.

If you are thinking about studying adult nursing with us this September or February, you will now be able to practice your skills independently in a safe environment in our new skills zones.

Located at the university’s Falmer and Eastbourne campuses, the zones – or open access areas – will provide adult, child and mental health nursing undergraduate students with the equipment to study at a time that suits them.

Students can also request the assistance of one of our specialist Nursing PASS (Peer Assisted Study Sessions) leaders.

If you received your results today, or yesterday, and would like to study adult nursing with us we still have availability for this September and February, at both our Falmer or Eastbourne campuses.  We also have some great clearing advice.

To read the full article on our new skills zones, click here.





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Nikki Marshall • August 16, 2018

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