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    Hi guys,

    I'm going to my last year of highschool so I should already think about what will happen next.
    I'm from a little country in Europe and I love to study in England.
    I'm currently at a performing arts school and I hope I can go to a drama school in London one day, but for now I don't think I'm ready yet. My English must be as fluent as a native speaker.

    SO my plan is to take a gap year and study A-levels (for a year) in Drama, media and film. Because A-levels are free for European students under 19 (I will be 18 at that moment) And that way I have time to practise my English and get used to acting in English.

    So now you heard my whole life story and thanks for the ones that are still with me :')

    MY QUESTIONS ARE:
    - Do they accept international students (sixth form college Brighton ?)
    - Since I will be 18 at that time I will be in the class with 16years old people, is there maybe a free A-level course for adult students (which also offers arts ?)
    - Or does someone know a cheap alternative for my gap year ? (I'm a poor student, lol)

    Thanks a lot !
    ps: Feel free to correct my sentences
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    Contact the sixth form you intend to go to. I don't know the regulations of the sixth form in Brighton you want to attend, and I highly doubt anybody else here would either. If they do accept you, they can probably offer advice on any costs you may incur, thus answering the rest of your questions.
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    (Original post by loperdoper)
    Contact the sixth form you intend to go to. I don't know the regulations of the sixth form in Brighton you want to attend, and I highly doubt anybody else here would either. If they do accept you, they can probably offer advice on any costs you may incur, thus answering the rest of your questions.
    That's a good idea, thank you
 
 
 
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