Applying to University entry 2020/2021 whilst dropping out of university previously

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Hoppy1000
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Hello,

I am looking to apply for economics in 2020/2021. However, I have a concern that I studied one year at the University of Strathclyde but I didn't enjoy my course so I dropped out. I was going to transfer but I ended up moving to Belgium which I am now studying at KU Leuven but due to personal reasons, it is very likely I will be returning to the UK. My first question is should I put KU Leuven on my UCAS application? My second question is if I do will the universities look at me poorly for essentially dropping out of university twice? I am really stressed with it because I am very likely to return home but I just want to have a guaranteed uni place for coming back home.

I hope you can all help.
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