Rejecting a foundation year at East Anglia, have I made the right decision? Watch

Rosessta3rs7
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Hey, I got an offer from East Anglia which was meant to be my insurance choice, the foundation year was different in what course I applied for which was foreign languages/translation, so I accepted a Japanese course at York St John and I don't know if I've made the right choice. I never visited any of the universities before accepting a place.
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(Original post by Rosessta3rs7)
Hey, I got an offer from East Anglia which was meant to be my insurance choice, the foundation year was different in what course I applied for which was foreign languages/translation, so I accepted a Japanese course at York St John and I don't know if I've made the right choice. I never visited any of the universities before accepting a place.
any possibility of you visiting them now to deal with any doubts you have?
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