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    I have been at uni for 6 weeks and I have already swapped courses (sport courses) because I didn't like my first one and now I don't enjoy this one either, if anything its worse. I started applying for apprenticeships in my hometown and was offered one today which sounds amazing. However, I enjoy living in a bigger city and in halls. I don't see myself completing this course so do I stay for a few more weeks/months to see if it gets better and miss out on this perfect apprenticeships or leave and have less of a social life??
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    I have been at uni for 6 weeks and I have already swapped courses (sport courses) because I didn't like my first one and now I don't enjoy this one either, if anything its worse. I started applying for apprenticeships in my hometown and was offered one today which sounds amazing. However, I enjoy living in a bigger city and in halls. I don't see myself completing this course so do I stay for a few more weeks/months to see if it gets better and miss out on this perfect apprenticeships or leave and have less of a social life??
    How long will the apprenticeship stay open for and just how rare?

    Youve already decided its not for you. You wont lose any more money leaving just as term 1 ends, but you might lose the apprenticeship. If the A is that good I would bail and take it. It will also give you time to think about what course might suit you. You still have funding for a complete degree. You know you like bg cities and halls.

    Return to uni when you feel ready , maybe in a few years time when you know more about what you want. Its a much bigger mistake to spend £60k on a degree you dont want.
 
 
 
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