Why should I do a dual registration degree?
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Why should I do a dual registration degree?

Daniel Allen Health journalist

Studying two fields in one programme helps students develop specialist skills that can enhance career prospects

Dual registration degrees offer students the chance to study two fields in one programme, usually combining undergraduate and master’s level study in a course lasting four years. On completion, you will be registered to practise in both fields.

Nursing Standard. 38, 5, 28-29. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.5.28.s15

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