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How do I train to be a Midwife?

How do I train to be a Midwife?

You can enter the midwifery profession directly by undertaking a degree course leading to a midwifery qualification. Midwifery courses are provided by a number of universities as undergraduate programmes at degree level.

The minimum requirement for degree courses is 2 A levels. Science subjects are preferred. NVQ/SVQ Level 3, the BTEC National Diploma, or equivalent access to higher education programmes run by colleges of further education, are alternatives. Application to the degree route is through UCAS. You will gain a degree and Registered Midwife qualification.

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