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    Does anyone know how this works? Do I just apply to a college as normal student would, but pay for the courses, or can I only join certain colleges, not sure of the process.
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    If you apply for a full time course you may have to pay a smaller fee than going for night courses definitely.
    If you are not sure how much you would be paying your best bet is to ring the college you are interested in attending
    You would usually apply as normal either online or through paper format for something like A Levels.
    However, giving them a ring should clear all of this up for you
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    (Original post by BlahBlaBlahBla)
    If you apply for a full time course you may have to pay a smaller fee than going for night courses definitely.
    If you are not sure how much you would be paying your best bet is to ring the college you are interested in attending
    You would usually apply as normal either online or through paper format for something like A Levels.
    However, giving them a ring should clear all of this up for you
    Thanks a lot, just in work at the moment, ill ring later, do you know a ballpark figure for each module a year, or do they differ greatly?
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    (Original post by Octavian89)
    Thanks a lot, just in work at the moment, ill ring later, do you know a ballpark figure for each module a year, or do they differ greatly?
    I'll be honest with you - I'm not too sure. Going full time opposed to part time would be cheaper I'm certain of this, however, it varies greatly from college to college :/
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    (Original post by BlahBlaBlahBla)
    I'll be honest with you - I'm not too sure. Going full time opposed to part time would be cheaper I'm certain of this, however, it varies greatly from college to college :/
    Good stuff, its not really the costs, its more idea of having leave job, being in classroom with kids 8 years younger, little daunting, but its something my heart is set on.
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    (Original post by Octavian89)
    Good stuff, its not really the costs, its more idea of having leave job, being in classroom with kids 8 years younger, little daunting, but its something my heart is set on.
    Don't worry about the age gap when I did my A Levels there were a few mature students on the course and we all got on like a house on fire
    In fact you add that little something to the group a lot of the time - kind of make everyone feel a little more mature and act it too
    So don't sweat it
    Yeah I understand that leaving your job could be hard but if you have an idea of where you want to get to in the future and you can financially do this then go for it
 
 
 
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