I would like to take the Y032 access module to prepare myself to progress studying Bsc Psychology. It's been a while I last attended school (5 years), and in general I have a few concerns as a foreign student, currently living in Scotland. I have a job of course, but unfortunately can't afford to pay thousands of pounds for my education. Since this would be my first degree I might be able to apply for SAAS to help out with the fees, but I'm not sure how often I can apply/ and what happens if I use this help on an access module. Can I apply later for financial help for my psychology study still?
Also I'm afraid I will have a significant disadvantage to study such a difficult subject in a foreign language. Is there any chance someone else here applied for this module in a similar situation?
Thanks for any reply, I am a little bit lost about how to get things going.
Hello, my name is mojomonyo!
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