Here are several questions that you may interested to ask:

  • Is the course all face-to-face or does it have online components?
  • Is the course offered to distance students?
  • What support does the university give midwifery students who want to be part time?
  • What support does the university give midwifery students if they find some aspects of the course difficult?
  • What support does the university give midwifery students who are Abotiginal or Torres Strait Islander?
  • Are there any scholarships offered by the university?
  • What happens if a midwifery student becomes sick or needs to take time off from the course for any reason?
  • What recognition for prior learning does the university offer, especially for midwifery students who are already nurses?
  • How many midwifery students are in the class?
  • What one-on-one support and guidance do midwifery students get, especially in the clinical setting?
  • How far does a midwifery student have to travel for clinical placements?
  • What books and equipment do midwifery students have to pay for?