Yeah, I see what you're saying.
I don't know what I want to study at Uni yet. I'm starting a course at my local college which is a general introduction to natural sciences and applied science, which I'm hopeful will give me a good idea of which route I'd like to take.
What did you study the first time at Uni?
I'll be 30 after Christmas (gosh, don't say 27 is too old). Anyway, I've been at one college doing A-levels for 2-years and now I'm at another doing other A-levels - the first college had a great mix of age ranges, the one I'm at now almost purely caters for 16-18 year olds and I have no mature students in any of my classes. But - the students are fantastic, doing A-levels they're motivated and smart (smarter and more interesting than most adults I know) and I am really enjoying it.
Admittedly, I haven't told them my age (they haven't asked) - so they may just think I'm 17 (brilliant).