I am a US citizen and practicing RN researching application for a UK nursing license. I have been told by Continental Travel Nurse Ltd in regards to educational requirements that my accelerated BSN program completed in 2012 will cause my application to be rejected because it was not "3 years (or equivalent)." The program was a 15 month accelerated program in which we did not take regular holidays or summer breaks. I was eligible to participate in this program because I already obtained a BA in English and completed all the prerequisite science courses required by the university. The requirement on the NMC website is listed as such:"The programme should be three years in length (or equivalent) and contain a minimumof 500 hours of clinical practice which must be evidenced by a transcript of trainingfrom the applicant's higher education institution."Does any US program actually require 500 hours of clinical practice?? None that I'm aware of at this time.I have been a practicing med-surg RN in the US for almost 3 years now and am quite discouraged by the idea that a technicality could keep me from obtaining a UK license.If anyone has any insight, please let me know. Thank you!