Let me share my experience with you as a mature-aged student: “Is nursing for me?”
We’re celebrating International Nurses Day with Professor Tracy Levett-Jones, Head Of Nursing And Midwifery.
Nursing was clearly the best option for me, and it’s amazing to learn how rewarding the career is and how many endless opportunities are on offer!
With free food and the abundance of study space, UTS makes their students feel welcomed and supported.
Here are my five quick top tips!
Starting university can seem daunting and really scary, but once you settle in, get to know some people and get stuck into your course you’ll see just how fun it really is.
There are too many highlights to think of just one!
Written by Finbar McCaughan, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student 1. What inspired you to study nursing? I wanted to do nursing because I had a passion and purpose for it! I had the privilege of caring for my grandmother in the final years of her life and found great joy in caring for her needs. So, I decidedContinue reading “5 questions about studying nursing… with Fin!”
Written by Lily Thorburn, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student 1. What inspired you to study nursing? One day, I was catching the bus home from school and saw some nurses hop on after a shift at the nearby hospital. I remember looking at them in such awe and admiration and thinking to myself that maybeContinue reading “5 questions about studying nursing… with Lily!”
Written by Michelle Zhang, UTS Bachelor of Nursing student We all know uni exams can be a stressful time. Here are my top five tips for achieving better productivity: 1. Sleep It is crucial for memory. You need sleep prior to learning, so that you are physically and mentally ready, to absorb new knowledge andContinue reading “My 5 tips for better productivity during exams”