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    If someone is doing a foundation degree do they automatically proceed into a normal degree or do they have to apply for a normal undergrad BA again?

    Most foundation degrees are a whole degree, they are just 4 years instead of 3, the first year of the degree being the foundation, some unis do offer open foundations, so they offer a 1 year science foundation, which can then lead to you being able to get on a degree in a multitude of subjects. But for the most part you only have to apply once as it is an integrated 4 year course

    I m doing bsc maths. i did foundation year mathematics before this year . and i passed and automatically proceeded to my degree itself. some people went to bsc computing after foundation year maths. so its same for both subjects if u get what i mean. i applied for this 4 year degree which had maths foundation year + 3 years bachelors. so unless u apply for 4 years degree i presume u will have to apply again for the bachelors degree
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