Right, i've literally just looked at the open university, so i don't know much about it. I've done a little research about it but thats it really.
I'm almost 18 and am currently doing a Level 2 Business Administration apprenticeship, which ends in 3 months. The company want to keep me on full time, and i would like to stay but i really really want to start looking into Law and English as i really love these subjects and want to pursue them further.
I finished school with all pass grades, mainly A's and B's, and i started my A levels at a college, in Government and Politics, English Literature, Language, and sociology, then switched to English lit, sociology, Law, and communications and culture as i didn't like my courses. I stayed with college for about 2 months, but for some reason it just wasn't working for me so i left and got this apprenticeship.
I know you don't need qualifications to get into the open uni, but i wanted to stay in my job full time. Does anyone work full time and study at the Uni too? I would really like some feedback on what's that like and if its a good idea or not? I don't want to be consumed totally in work/uni all the time, and not have any time to breathe.
Also how does the fee's work, how much roughly and when do i pay?
Could i basically just have feedback from any one at this open Uni to tell me if its worth my time and if doing a Law/Lit degree alongside a full time job is a good idea??
I want to do a Law and English degree but i work full time??
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