I am looking to do a undergrad degree in physics or astronomy / planetary science with open uni.
I have an access to HE in health science but that.s all that would be even closely relevant.
I am 27 and married with a young child so doing a full time course would probably be too difficult.
I am trying to find other mature students who either using open uni or a full time course? find out how you are doing it? funding?
I can get funding from the military to do the majority of the course then self fund towards the end, but this is something i need to weigh up, full time or part time.
Also my only choose of universities would be Worcester, Cardiff or Bristol.
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- 04-02-2018 14:09
- 04-02-2018 15:13
If possible, look into part time study. At the same time, you can take care of your family, or work a few hours if needed. The Open University might be a good option as you can do distance learning but you don't have to commute or move away from home. Have a look on their website to see what funding options are available (if any) and what prerequisites they are looking for.