I'm looking to gain a career using French fluency, but am a bit stumped on where to begin. I am 27 years old and feel a bit out of touch! I have various GCSE's at C grade, as well as a couple of NVQ's and a BTEC. I believe I can start at A Level, but have only found 1 college in Sussex that could potential accommodate me, yet is at first refusal of the current students of the college - so am hesitant to get my hopes up! Other colleges require for me to have GCSE B grade in French to apply, which I am totally up for gaining but cannot find an accredited course for that either. Would it be a case of private tutoring?
Advice would be gratefully received.
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