(Original post by Uncertain)
Thanks for the responses.
I've been looking into it further, spoken with the University, and it seems I finally have some good news.
They will accept an Access Course as the A Level equivalent, (I'll need to acheive a certain amount of credit at level 3 for it to count of course), and I can start the language from scratch.
The only problem now is that there are no language based Access Courses, so I'll have to try and find the best fit. The University recommended the Humanities course, so I'll probably go that route, if I can get a place on a course here.
I've sent in an application, so now all I can do is wait, and hope.
I'm going to be doing some research, and looking into what the Access Course involves. I'm not sure what to expect.
I'd appreciate any advice from people who have completed an Access Course, or who know more about what it entails/how it works. I see that there are some threads on the subject in this forum, so I'll take some time to read through them as well.
Whoever thought I'd be this excited about going back to a classroom? lol
Oh, and I forgot to mention in my first post; The language I took a G.C.S.E. in (and the one I'll hopefully be doing for the degree) is German.
Response to Epica; Yes, it is completely worth it!