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    Hey guys, I am actually in my final high school year and expecting to do law studies in a top UK university as an international student. Probleme is that my English level doesn't meet the entry requirements and so I am willing to do a foundation year at a UK university.
    My questions are : - What is the best value for money college you advise me to go to for a foundation year, those which prepare you the most for your undergraduate studies.
    - Does the application process through UCAS happen normally when your foundation year is over?
    - Is it possible for me to apply for a different course ( in the case I go for a law foundation program and don't appreciate it ) without re-taking a foundation year for the new course I am applying for ?
    Thank you in advance .
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    Are you looking for a foundation year, or a foundation degree? As the process is slightly different for both. A foundation year is usually at the university you want to study at, and not everyone offers them. A foundation degree is a stand-alone qualification which can be "topped up" with further study to equal a full degree.
 
 
 
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