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    Before going on to a Nutrition or Dietetics course, I will need to take a Science with Foundation Year first and on the website it says that 'you will become a full member of the undergraduate community at the University on its beautiful parkland campus. As an undergraduate student on year zero of your chosen degree programme, you will have full access to all the opportunities and facilities that the University has to offer'

    It also says it will be delivered on campus, but what does this mean in terms of student accommodation? I don't know but I don't think I'll be eligible for accommodation until I've started an actual degree?

    Can someone please explain it to me, really confused?!

    EDIT: Forgot to say I'm in year 12 at the moment, I just took the wrong A Levels as I've only come to recently realise what I want to do
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    You'll be allowed to stay in student accommodation as you will be a student.
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    ill be doing an engineering foundation course....you are considered a full time undergraduate student...
 
 
 
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