Degrees we need.

I'm a student nurse who's about to go into my third year, I think that shortening degrees to two years only would be impossible for me as I work on placement 37.5 hours a week for half of each year and am in university lectures from 9am to 4pm mon-fri for the other half with just 8 weeks holiday (which normal degree students get for just their summer break) so I cannot see how you could possibly apply the two year idea to some degrees. 

 I get an NHS bursary of £3,800 which I have to pay back once qualified, I do not think it would be fair to tax nurses and other health care graduates. But I do think that Media studies, art, American studies etc should have to pay more than Drs/nurses/teachers/scientists and engineers for their courses. 

Why does this idea matter?

 I get an NHS bursary of £3,800 which I have to pay back once qualified, I do not think it would be fair to tax nurses and other health care graduates. But I do think that Media studies, art, American studies etc should have to pay more than Drs/nurses/teachers/scientists and engineers for their courses. 

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