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    I graduated university (in Scotland) after 3 years leaving with an ordinary degree, it's now 3 years later and I want to go on to further study preferably to finally get my honors but I'm not sure if this is possible? Are there any universities who do this? or is this route closed for me now?

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    You could study a postgraduate, masters degree with the Open University, they are quire flexible.

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    Yeah, doing a Masters will take 1-2 years if you want further study.
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    (Original post by meganbernard)
    I graduated university (in Scotland) after 3 years leaving with an ordinary degree, it's now 3 years later and I want to go on to further study preferably to finally get my honors but I'm not sure if this is possible? Are there any universities who do this? or is this route closed for me now?

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    Talk to your former university in the first instance - they're more likely to offer a top up route. Other scottish universities are also more used to these sorts of requests (ignore the posts about taking a masters - that's a completely different option).

    Alternatively Open University definitely offer top up modules - although you may need to do 120 credits (not just 60).
 
 
 
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