Record numbers of nursing students as pandemic inspires next generation

The latest data on university admissions published by UCAS shows record numbers of students accepted places to study nursing and midwifery in England this year.

The final figures from this year’s admission cycle show there were 29,740 acceptances to nursing and midwifery courses in England, 6,110 more than last year and an increase of over a quarter (26%). This year, 23% (6,770) of acceptances were from students aged 35 years and older, a 43% increase on last year. To find out more about the admissions click here.

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