I've applied and got a place to study the English Integrated Degree at Goldsmiths, starting on the foundation year, (year 0).
It says in the course specification that if I achieve satisfactory results, I can then progress to the full English degree (year 1).
However, I can also pull out of the programme with a 'Foundation Certificate'.
Nothing's set in stone, but I was wondering if it would be possible to apply to another university, with a foundation certificate in English.
I should mention that I did practically fail my A-levels with CCC (this was due to exceptional circumstances- honestly).
The Uni I want to apply to accepts a wide range of qualifications & admits candidates on individual merits- but doesn't specifically say they accept a Level 3 Foundation Certificate. Which is my concern, as a basic entry requirement.
All they list are things like BTEC Diploma, Extended BTEC Diploma, Access and Supporting qualifications....etc.
I don't suppose anyone will know the answer- but any suggestions? Has anyone successfully done this? I did way better at GCSEs and believe I do qualify as a 'non-traditional student'.
I'm kinda losing sleep over it right now....
transfer from foundation year?
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