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    Hello Everyone!

    I'm 20 years old, and I'm looking to study Computer Science.
    I started an apprenticeship, after leaving school at 16 - after my GCSES. So, my qualifications are only GCSE'S and NVQ Level 2.

    Some universities are offering a foundation year, route, into a CS degree. However, all universities require you to be 21 to go down this route? Would options would I have, and would university this September/year be possible?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by bdufff)
    Hello Everyone!

    I'm 20 years old, and I'm looking to study Computer Science.
    I started an apprenticeship, after leaving school at 16 - after my GCSES. So, my qualifications are only GCSE'S and NVQ Level 2.

    Some universities are offering a foundation year, route, into a CS degree. However, all universities require you to be 21 to go down this route? Would options would I have, and would university this September/year be possible?

    Thanks!
    It's likely you d need to do an access course before you could get into university
 
 
 
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