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Nursing and Midwifery offer holders

Congratulations on your offer from Middlesex University.

Please read the information on this page carefully and make sure that you complete and return all of the required documents.

You can only accept your offer of a place by logging into UCAS Track. Remember that you must also meet UCAS deadlines and follow UCAS procedures when accepting or declining any offers.

By accepting your offer, you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions of Middlesex University and the Nursing & Midwifery Council. The terms of your offer and the regulations governing your studies at Middlesex University are subject to English law. Please remember your offer is conditional upon the following:

  • Satisfactory proof of qualifications (please refer to your UCAS offer)
  • Satisfactory occupational health clearance
  • Satisfactory DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) clearance
  • Satisfactory Overseas police check (where appropriate)

Qualifications

If you are an Access student you must complete a full Access course. This means a minimum of 60 credits - 45 credits at level 3 and 15 credits at level 2.

All applicants must also upload copies of the GCSE/Functional skills/Key skills certificates and any other qualifications on Middlesex Applicant Portal as specified in your offer prior to enrolment and you must be prepared to show originals at enrolment.

Occupational health clearance

You are required to complete and return an Occupational health form which must be valid within six months before your commencement date. The final page of the form needs to be completed by your GP (Doctor) who will be required to provide information concerning the number of times you have been to see him/her in the last 5 years, childhood illnesses, any known physical abnormalities and details of your vaccination(s) record.

Please note some GPs (Doctors) may charge a fee for completing this part of the form and unfortunately any expense incurred will be your own responsibility.  Please make a copy of the completed Occupational Health Form as you will need to bring the copy to your occupational health appointment.

Midwifery /PGDip Nursing applicants - You are required to attend an occupational health appointment prior to the start of the programme.  Please complete the form latest by 29th June 2018

Bsc Nursing applicants - The health appointments will be arranged for you when you start your course. Please complete the form latest by 27th July 2018

Place the completed form in an envelope marked "Private and Confidential occupational health form" and include your 1) Full name, 2) UCAS Personal ID / Middlesex ID 3) programme title on the envelope. Place this envelope inside a second envelope and send it via recorded delivery to the following address:

Middlesex University
Admissions Team
Attention: Denise Brown
The Burroughs
London
NW4 4BT

Any details will be treated with strictest confidence.

Late completion or non-completion of your Occupational Health Form will lead to you being discontinued from your course if health clearance is not confirmed by the occupational health nurse on day one of your placement.

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and Overseas police check form

In order to secure your place, we require you to complete a UK DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check and, if applicable, an overseas police check form. Please read the information carefully and follow the instructions.

Secondees

Please notify the Admissions Office if you are being seconded, as it is necessary to ensure that you are allocated the correct Trust and that your occupational health form is sent to the correct Occupational Health Unit.

BSc Midwifery Shortened Programme

You will be employed on a contract with one of our partnership Trusts as a band 5 practitioner.  You are required to work shifts alongside your clinical mentors and these will include working early shifts, late shifts, nights, weekends and bank holidays.  You need to be aware that the majority of London Trusts no longer pay extra duty payments to Midwifery Short students.

Hepatitis B, C and HIV

Infection with HIV, Hepatitis B or C is not a bar to becoming a student nurse. However there may be restrictions on certain types of practice experience. All students will require Occupational Health Clearance once they commence the programme. Further information is available from the Department of Health documents:

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