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    I left my course this year, which would be my second year, and have realised it was the biggest mistake I have ever made. I really wish to re-attend my previous university and continue with my course. The reason I left was: I was focused so much on not wanting to be a solicitor/barrister that I neglected other career avenues, such as going into teaching, mixed with slight family problems.

    Does anyone know if I would have to reapply through UCAS, or would the university be able to sort it out directly with me? If through UCAS, would I have to redo first year? Has anyone been in this position before and can offer advice?
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    (Original post by Zadeth)
    I left my course this year, which would be my second year, and have realised it was the biggest mistake I have ever made. I really wish to re-attend my previous university and continue with my course. The reason I left was: I was focused so much on not wanting to be a solicitor/barrister that I neglected other career avenues, such as going into teaching, mixed with slight family problems.

    Does anyone know if I would have to reapply through UCAS, or would the university be able to sort it out directly with me? If through UCAS, would I have to redo first year? Has anyone been in this position before and can offer advice?
    You would need to speak to the university, because it depends how they want to do it. They may make it possible for you to take a year out, and you'd be able to go back without having to reapply. Or they might want you to reapply to make things more official. You should be able to go directly into the second year and not redo the first year, unless the course has gone through significant changes.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    You would need to speak to the university, because it depends how they want to do it. They may make it possible for you to take a year out, and you'd be able to go back without having to reapply. Or they might want you to reapply to make things more official. You should be able to go directly into the second year and not redo the first year, unless the course has gone through significant changes.
    I am awaiting a reply, but my mind is racing and I know I will not get a reply until Monday! Thanks for your reply.
 
 
 
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