I'm set on a career in conservation and research and although I don't necessarily need a formal qualification for this, I think it'll be the best pathway. However my largest issue is I did not take a science A level (and if I'm honest my gcse science results were below par- though I passed- due to ill health at the time so I don't look great on paper.)
I applied late (Easter time) as I've been unsure what exactly what I want to do with my life and I do have a place to do a degree at Askham Bryan College to do Animal sciences and management- but I don't think this will be a specific enough pathway for what I want to do. (Plus I'd rather go to a proper uni.)
Due to my lack of sciences I have looked into doing the Environmental Science degree through the OU- and I want to know if anyone has been successful in starting this degree and then moving to a brick uni for the 2nd or 3rd year? If so which uni (and course)?
OU as a stepping stone to a brick uni. Environmental Sciences
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