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Yeah you don't need all the school level academic stuff, the minimum might be a foundation course to build up to whatever it is that you want to do. I would open up dialogue with a university about it (assuming it's a degree you want of course!) and they'll be able to tell you what hoops might need to be jumped through.

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24 minutes ago, Alex said:

You could look into doing a degree online. As a mature student you wouldn’t necessarily need A-Levels. It was a long time ago but I thought A-Level English was fucking brutal. Like a lesson in how to take all the joy out of a subject. My English degree was far more interesting and enjoyable 

 

Yeah maybe a uni access course would be better...I drive past Bournemouth uni every day,..

 

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1 hour ago, PaddockLad said:

Here, all you deed clever university types....quite fancy taking up studies again, a mere 36 years after leaving school. Beleive it or not, my English teacher was very keen for me to stay on at school to do Higher English, whereas I was more interested in getting pissed and watching Pedro and Gazza on a Saturday so needed to finance that....anyway, I got an A for O Grade English and now quite fancy doing the A level 

 

Google isn't really helping as it's mostly adverts so am wondering if anyone knows a good online provider or a top 10 site or something?.. 🤔

 

Isn't open University the obvious answer? Have you got Maths O level as well, I think that may be the minimum criteria. I did my MSc distance learning and loved it, so if you cat on a course, go for it I say. 

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HEFCs are what you’re probably after @PaddockLad- Higher Education Foundation Course. 
 

They’re aimed at mature students looking to go on and study for degrees. 
 

It’s always good to get the neurons sparking again, go for it mate. 👍

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Well, funny you should say that.

 

But I started at a place last July and I am now working my notice period :lol: Fucking 3 months too cunts.

I am just going self employed, I should have done it years ago.

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