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    Okay so I've determined that my grades are at a state where I need to take a foundation year in order to be able to study animal behaviour or zoology.
    Thing is, I can find only one animal behaviour course with a foundation year and one zoology with a foundation year.
    I also found one stand-alone foundation year.
    My question to you is
    what should I do with my other two choices?
    Should I apply for science courses with foundation year and just transfer after the foundation year is completed?
    Thanks
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    (Original post by makinbacon)
    Okay so I've determined that my grades are at a state where I need to take a foundation year in order to be able to study animal behaviour or zoology.
    Thing is, I can find only one animal behaviour course with a foundation year and one zoology with a foundation year.
    I also found one stand-alone foundation year.
    My question to you is
    what should I do with my other two choices?
    Should I apply for science courses with foundation year and just transfer after the foundation year is completed?
    Thanks
    If you're pretty happy with your chances for those three, you could use the last two to apply for a couple of direct-entry courses.
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    Hey i definatley assuming your in the UK and im looking after college to do a zoology degree with foundation year. You say you only found one ? Ive been looking and southhampton liverpool hull aberwstwith (however you spell it ) and cardiff all do it. Sorry not sure about animal behaviour though
 
 
 
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