I will be applying for University in 2015, and would like to do two courses at the same time as I want to get the most out of the experience. The main course that I want to do is Psychology, so I'm looking for an additional course on the side that is relevantly 'less taxing' or 'difficult', such as a foundation degree to do alongside my main choice.
But I want to do this in the easiest possible way. So can this be done without having to alter my personal statement to include both course options?
Can I use 'Clearing' to gain an additional last minute course?
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- 20-07-2014 14:54
- 20-07-2014 14:57
I don't know of any uk university that would enable you to do what you propose
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- 20-07-2014 15:40
Clearing requires you to hold no offers. Unis will know if you apply for multiple courses at the same uni and remember that foundation degrees are meant for people with very low or inappropriate a levels, not very common for psychology