Nursing in the UK–University of Hull Nursing Programme Presentation

To all nurses, this will be beneficial if you are looking at the UK as an employment destination. This is for free and this will be broadcasted online! Check out the details! Please repost.

Learn about the University of Hull’s Nursing Programme by attending our FREE online seminar. This will be broadcasted online live from the UK on Friday, November 5 at 6pm Philippine time. All you need is a reliable internet connection. You will be able to field your questions through a chat facility. For more details, check out British Council Philippines on facebook or email [email protected]

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  • emelyn

    Is it true that going in uk as a student is not beneficial?

  • Mark

    It depends how you view the word “beneficial”. If you’re going to UK to seek educational progress, of course it is beneficial. UK is one of the top destinations for tertiary studies. However, if your purpose to coming to UK is to seek for employment on a student visa thru the advertised program, the disadvantage outweighs the benefits.

    As a migrant on a student visa, your entitlement to work depends on the type of educational study course you are enrolled. Anything below degree level (NVQ’s and the likes) limits your entitlement for part-time work to 10 hours per week. On the other had, degree level students (BSc, BA, MSc, MA and etc) are entitled for 20 hours of part-time work per week. However, working part-time will not be sufficient to meet your daily needs let alone pay your bills due to the high cost of living in UK.