So I'm currently on a Foundation year studying Law, getting around a 1st/high 2:1 in my classes but I'm looking at taking a gap year afterwards because I don't want to continue at this university and I don't want to hastily apply to some other university that I won't be happy with. I've looked at some of the courses I would like to apply to and they're all quite vague about Foundation results being accepted for the course. They accept access to HE courses which although different in structure and markings seem to have the same content as the Foundation year I'm on.
So would I be turned away because of the Foundation year? If so then I could take the access to HE course next year but I would have to work and support myself at the same time, which may impact my grades.
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Will universities consider a Foundation year in Law? watch
- Thread Starter
- 01-03-2018 19:30
- PS Reviewer
- 01-03-2018 20:38
You need to call/email all of the universities you are interested in, explain your situation and qualifications and ask them how they would view your application. This is the only way you can be certain that the information you have is accurate and up to date. People on TSR can offer anecdotes and suggestions, which might be correct, but you should never rely on it being so.
Make the calls.