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    Was wondering if someone can give me to advice...

    Basically i was studying level 3 extended diploma in business but my heart wasn't in it but i love the idea of forensic science.

    Of course i have already studied at level 3 at college but will have to study forensic science in order to get the entry requirements to go onto university.
    How do i go about this?
    What is the cost and would i get the funding?

    Would love some help from someone who has had a change in heart in their studying.

    Any help would be grateful, thank you.
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    Change in heart huh?

    I don't know I think it depends on the college you're in and the course you want to study. For example, in my college if you start 1st year of the course when you're over 19 you will have to pay around £2000 a year.

    It will be better if you look at your college website or contact them personally.
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    Some uni's offer a degree with a foundation year on a particular field maybe you could look into that.


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