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    Okay, well i have just finished my 1st year at university studying Business & Marketing, it went well but i realised that i should have picked Advertising & Marketing instead because i think i would learn a lot more from it and its more specific for the type of career i would like to peruse in future.
    Im very confused to how i would go about changing course along with how this would effect my student finance (even though the fees are the same). Cant help but feel bad, like I've been through the whole of first year and spent soooo much money on study just to change course at the end of it, seems like a waste of time and money to me ..
    Any help would be much appreciated
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