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    I wanted to ask.
    to foundation years allow BTEC qualification. cause I want to do a math degree. also if you have a joint honour degree and one of them is math can you do a master in math after wards. also can you be an engineer if you have a master in math. any roots into engineering with it.
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    You can do a foundation year with a BTEC (I know someone who has done just that), but some universities don't like admitting people fresh out of college - when did you do your BTEC? I suspect you could do a MSc in maths with a joint hons undergraduate degree, yes. Maths grads often end up working for engineering firms but they're not engineers themselves.
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    so do you think I can do a foundation year in math. I just came out of college. so what do you think. has this happened before. and that person you said who has done thins before di he come straight out of college. is there another way like can I do a foundation degree in mathematics then onto a bachelor or does it not work that way.
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    also I forgot to ask this. my friend is doing a levels and one of them Is math and thinks he might not pass so hes wondering can he do a foundation year. also im sorry im actually finishing college in end of this school year.
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    (Original post by mnak123456)
    so do you think I can do a foundation year in math. I just came out of college. so what do you think. has this happened before. and that person you said who has done thins before di he come straight out of college. is there another way like can I do a foundation degree in mathematics then onto a bachelor or does it not work that way.
    Maybe, you need to research foundation years and look at university entry requirements. There are some that accept recent college leavers (Sheffield Hallam, for example). Click here to see list of foundation years: http://search.ucas.com/search/provid...=&SubjectCode=

    There are no maths foundation degrees by the way. Focus on foundation years.

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    also I forgot to ask this. my friend is doing a levels and one of them Is math and thinks he might not pass so hes wondering can he do a foundation year. also im sorry im actually finishing college in end of this school year.
    I don't know, he has to do some research.
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    (Original post by mnak123456)
    I wanted to ask.
    to foundation years allow BTEC qualification. cause I want to do a math degree. also if you have a joint honour degree and one of them is math can you do a master in math after wards. also can you be an engineer if you have a master in math. any roots into engineering with it.
    If you want to go into engineering just do engineering. It really is that simple.
 
 
 
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