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    I've already done my bachelors, and now I really want to go to drama school. Some of the BA applications require you to go through UCAS.

    Can you even use UCAS a second time? Anybody been in this same situation? So confused, any help welcome. Thanks guys!
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    You can go through it a second time, but you won't get funding, so you'll have to pay all the fees yourself.
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    I've already done my bachelors, and now I really want to go to drama school. Some of the BA applications require you to go through UCAS.

    Can you even use UCAS a second time? Anybody been in this same situation? So confused, any help welcome. Thanks guys!
    You can do as many undergrad degrees as you want in the UK - applying through UCAS each time. But as threeportdrift says, you won't get any Student Finance or other funding for a second degree in drama.
 
 
 
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