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    I need advice as to what to do.....

    i recently decided to apply for the headstart scheme and leave uni after my second year, if i was successful however trying to keep the possibility of finishing my third year open for as long as possible just in case i wanted later on if not just drop out however i was thinking could i ask to defer my headtstart scheme entry until next year (ACADEMIC) or would that mean i would be a graduate and have to apply to the graduate scheme. Because i know if you dont get a 2:1 you need to apply to this scheme anyways. This is all assuming i was successful of couse


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    I dont think they will let you defer. Just make you reapply next year.
 
 
 
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