I'm really at crossroads at this point in my life and I'm on a bit of a fact finding mission, so just give it to me hard and straight any info would be helpful
I basically dropped out of university in 2010 after completing the first year and based on my module choices from then my current potential university has said they would accept me going into 2nd year in studying Accounting and Business Management.
I now only have 2 years of funding from student finance so I can only complete my degree so I cannot choose to do a normal 3 year course, so this looks like to be my only option.
However, I am going into this blind. I have literally no experience in these areas and I would literally would have to learn the basics in my spare time.
What I want to know, is this a feasible plan, is it even possible to go into 2nd year without the 1st year knowledge and still succeed? Would any of you who have experience in these subjects have any advice for me?
Many Thanks for your replies
Mature Student going into year 2 for Accounting & Business Management Watch
- Thread Starter
- 14-01-2016 15:44
- 12-02-2016 15:16
If you have only completed one year then you should be able to do a different three year degree. Student finance normally gives length of degree plus one year. So 3-1+1=3 years of funding still available.
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