On the grounds of some mental health problems I've faced throughout my first year of uni, I have decided I want to drop out of my course. Not only am I completely out of touch with the course and subjects (Social Sciences), I don't like the university itself.
I intend on applying as a late applicant through UCAS for a new course however I don't really know what I am doing.
Will SAAS make me pay back what I took out in tuition fees/student loans this year because I am going to drop out (I haven't actually dropped out yet, just not been in 7ish months and haven't sat any exams)?
I'm really worried about funding as money is tight with me right now as it is with so many outgoings like car insurance, petrol, phone bill, etc.
I have been avoiding thinking about my whole university/life situation like the plague as it causes me so much stress to think about it, I turn erratic and destructive when I get into thinking about the mess I have gotten myself into. I haven't yet actually sought medical attention for what is wrong with me, only had one appointment where the doctor suggested that I suffer from long-term depression and anxiety. Personally I think there's more to it, possibly borderline or bipolar, I just really want help with whatever it wrong with me too,
Also, on my UCAS application, will I apply as an individual? or through my school that I went to before starting this uni course.
And would I put my unfinished year of uni on my education tab on my UCAS application?
I need so much help haha, any advice would be appreciated.
Will I have to fund my course myself if I drop out of one to start another (Scotland)
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