So, after a few false starts over the years (the closest I've got to going to Uni is having 3 unconditional offers for a place but never finalising arrangements with SF etc) I've finally decided on a course I want to do, and have given myself ample time to research everything (aiming for Sept/Oct 2018 entry).
No doubt I'll be picking brains for UCAS advice etc. nearer the time.
In a nutshell, prospective mature student (currently 26 years old) who left education at 18 with "BCC" A Levels, looking to study English Lit with Foundation year... Any suggestions of courses to look at which do offer UK resident Foundation years (as opposed to international-only ones) would be more than welcome (Looking to do the Foundation year as it's been a while since I was in education, and I know my grades possibly aren't up to scratch).
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?