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Changing to a similar/more difficult course - international business with Spanish watch

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    I'm currently a 1st year business management student, but I'm really not enjoying the course. It's not that business isn't what I want to do, but I just haven't been motivated to self study or anything and I don't think it's going to change next year looking at the modules. I was considering emailing my uni to see if I could switch my course and do international management with Spanish instead. There are one or two modules in the first year of this course which are the same as in the course I am doing now, I passed all my modules so far so what way will that effect me next year? I got 2:1's so I wouldn't mind keeping those grades, but do unis usually make you repeat the whole thing or give you the option in this situation?
    Also, how difficult is it picking up a language at university? And would my C in GCSE French be enough to meet these requirements?
    For Spanish option: normally A-level Spanish grade B or AS-level Spanish grade B or GCSE Spanish grade B or evidence of linguistic ability in another language.
    Note: if the language is studied at a higher level then the grade required at that level must be achieved.
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