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    I will shortly be getting my results on how bad/good I have done in my AS. If I have not done so good I will continue onto do Art and Design at college. Can I go to uni still after college? and also would I have to repeat my first year having dropped out, if that makes any sense??????? ty xxx
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    (Original post by Anna lanigan)
    I will shortly be getting my results on how bad/good I have done in my AS. If I have not done so good I will continue onto do Art and Design at college. Can I go to uni still after college? and also would I have to repeat my first year having dropped out, if that makes any sense??????? ty xxx
    You could go to uni after college and if you did art and design at college then you would start in the first year of the art and design course (there's a wider range of ages at college), spend 2 years there and then go into your first year of uni aged 19 rather than 18
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    [QUOTE=Gingerbread101;66689918]You could go to uni after college and if you did art and design at college then you would start in the first year of the art and design course (there's a wider range of ages at college), spend 2 years there and then go into your first year of uni aged 19 rather than 18 [/QUOTE


    omgawd ty this has really helped and definately calmed me xx
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    [QUOTE=Anna lanigan;66690122]
    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    You could go to uni after college and if you did art and design at college then you would start in the first year of the art and design course (there's a wider range of ages at college), spend 2 years there and then go into your first year of uni aged 19 rather than 18 [/QUOTE


    omgawd ty this has really helped and definately calmed me xx
    Hey there,

    Are you planning to do higher education? if so, is it in the field of digital media and design?

    Have you heard of Ravensbourne?

    We are in London and next to the O2 arena.

    Check our 3 years course duration and the requirements you need is all in the website! Also other Ravensbourne courses you might be interested in! To see it for yourself come and visit us so you can talk and meet current students and tutors Register here for the Open day!

    Hope this helps,
    Ahlia
 
 
 
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