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    It can depend very much on how good the college is. Mine was utterly TERRIBLE (Work rarely marked on time, teaching not particularly good, paperwork never done) but there are better ones, so. If you can, talk to people currently on the course.

    yeah im looking into it.... i am unsure if the industry recognises the value of a foundation degree and therefore that it will be worthwhile doing it?? are they less valuable, less difficult and less useful than an honours degree???
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    Depends on the industry/degree/company! They're unlikely to be judged equal to a Russell Group degree perhaps but I found that the advantage of mine was it gave me time to get relevant experience, which a lot of graduates lack.
 
 
 
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