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REGISTRATION NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COURSES 2005
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Section A: GENERALThis leaflet describes the Nursing and Midwifery 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Student Bursary ( NMSB) Scheme, who is eligible for it, what it is and how you can apply for it.
2. Enrolled nurse conversion programmes.
The Scottish Executive Health Department funds tuition fees for a limited number of places on enrolled nurse conversion programmes. If you do not obtain a funded place on the course, you may be asked to pay your own fees, even though you may receive a bursary. Before you begin one of these courses, you should ask the Institution to confirm whether, or not, you will be offered one of the SEHD funded places.
NHS employers may allow staff a period of secondment to undertake a conversion programme. In these cases, you will not be able to apply for bursary support.
3. Residence eligibility
If you begin your course after 31 July 2002 you must satisfy the same prior residence rules as apply to undergraduate students in the general higher education system. You must have been ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and Isle of Man for the three years immediately before the relevant date (the first day of the first academic year of the course). There will be 2 relevant dates; to reflect the 2 start dates for nursing and midwifery courses. These dates will be 1 January and 1 August. If you are not a UK national you must also have settled status in the UK within the meaning of the Immigration Act 1971 on the same relevant dates. To find out about getting settled status, you can visit the Home Office website or phone their helpline on 0870 6067766. If you have not been living in the UK you may still qualify, depending on your circumstances.
You must also be ordinarily resident in the UK on the first day of the first academic year of your course. Ordinarily resident has been defined in the courts Buy Cheap Jintropin Online as 'habitual and normal residence in one place'. It means that you, your parents or your husband or wife live in a country year after year by choice throughout a set period, apart from temporary or occasional absences such as holidays or business trips. Living here totally or mainly for the purpose of receiving full time education does not count as being ordinarily resident.
We will not treat you as ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom if your main purpose in coming here was for education and you would have otherwise have been living elsewhere.
4. Students from abroad
If you do not satisfy the usual residence conditions for support outlined above you may still be eligible for assistance in certain circumstances. Support may be available to:
UK nationals returning from work in other member states of the European Union ( EU) or from elsewhere in the European Economic Area ( EEA) and Switzerland;Nationals of other EU and EEA countries who have been granted permanent residence in the UK, and their husbands or wives and children Testosterone Propionate Recipe or stepchildren;Nationals and husbands or wives of nationals of other EU member states, and Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein, who have migrant worker status, or whose parents are, or have been, migrant workers in the UK;People recognised as refugees by the British Government and their husbands or wives and children or stepchildren; andPeople who have been granted 'exceptional leave to enter' or 'exceptional leave to remain', 'humanitarian protection', 'temporary protection' or 'discretionary leave' in the UK and their husbands or wives and children or stepchildren.5. Students from the European Union
European Union students applying for fees and living cost support must meet the residence conditions for UK nationals, and have 'settled status' in the UK (as set out in the Immigration Act 1971). You will need to supply evidence from the Home Office to confirm your status.
You may qualify for support with your tuition fees if you meet all of the following conditions. Previous assistance from public funds
If you have previously received an award for further or higher education, you can receive a bursary for courses under the NMSB scheme.
However, if you receive "Anaboliset Aineet" a NMSB scheme bursary and subsequently apply for assistance for further or higher education, you may not be entitled to further support. Your employer must decide whether to allow a secondment and employees do not have a right to secondment on these terms. If your employer is unable to agree to secondment, you may choose to resign Sustanon 250 Injection Frequency in 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone order to undertake the course. In this case, you will be eligible for a bursary. These arrangements and conditions also apply to existing qualified nurses or midwives who wish to convert to parts 10, 12, 13, 14 or 15 of the register.
2. annual leave; andbe expected to undergo exactly the same educational programmes as other students.
3. Part time employees seconded by a NHS Trust.
Part time employees seconded to nursing courses should not suffer financially. Again, it is for your employer to decide whether you should be buy cheap jintropin online seconded on your existing part time salary, or an enhanced salary, to take account of the fact that the nursing and midwifery courses are full time.
4. Healthcare assistants who have undertaken an HNC in Healthcare and are entering Year 2 of a pre registration nursing or midwifery course.
Healthcare assistants entering year 2 of the pre registration programme after successful completing an HNC in Healthcare may be offered the option of secondment from their NHS employers or they may apply for bursary support.
You may not receive your salary and a bursary at the same time. If you opt to take your salary, and subsequently Winstrol A Prolaktyna wish to apply for a bursary, you may not do so until the next year of the course. You may not change your support arrangements during the year.