i lived in the uk and went to school there until i was 10 and i have citizenship, but then my family decided to move back to iran and we've been there ever since, i'm 20 now and i got good grades in my high school and got accepted at one of the best universities in iran for computer engineering..the problem is that i've always had a passion for music and i've realized that computer engineering is not for me,so i've decided to drop out and move back to england to study music (it's hard to have a musical career in iran) ,hopefully at a good university.but i'm not sure if it's even possible to be accepted at a good university as a "home" student or with a scholarship..can i just study for the A levels (without GCSE's and get good grades and get into a good university normally or is that route not an option for me?
coming back to england , what to do to get into a good college
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