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    This is an interesting question, you might have better luck asking the uni themselves. I do know a guy who did his undergrad degree at Bangor, and then another Undergrad degree at Lancaster, and he didn't have any A levels.

    Could you tell me what you did study at university, and what your second degree would be in? For some degrees, it would be better to do a masters (less time and money spent) as others have told you, but it does depend on the subject area itself.

    Some degrees do have transferrable skills (for example, I know accountancy schemes take on graduate from a wide range of disciplines, not just maths and finance), so it may be that a second degree isn't the way forward. You would need to demonstrate an interest in the job, and maybe try to get some relevant experience to boost your application. You don't give a lot of info so it is up to you to make the judgement.

    It depends on the sort of career field you are applying in as to whether they look at your A-levels. For some careers, and some graduate schemes, they do look at your other grades, but most look at your most recent qualification as well as your work experience.

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