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then go there. Tell him/her that you have low mood and that you might have anxiety. He/She will diagnose you and then you can give that paperwork to the university and suspend your studies for a year.
hi i'm a first year student who was going to uni in london and interrupted my studies due to similar reasons to yours but mainly due to the fact i'm unhappy with my course. i'd say complete the year. you've missed the ucas application period. finish the 1st year and then transfer.
I've already spoken to him about it in December and gotten my exams deferred as well as getting a meeting with a councillor.
"I want to suspend my studies for a year can you please send me the form so I can complete it and send it to you?" They will send you the form... then complete it and send it to them. Don't forget to include a letter from your GP.
Is better to take a year out rather than to drop out. During that year as I already said you can think of whether university is for you or not and if you want to return or not.
Or during that year you can apply to other unis and go to another university.
(or second year if you pass this year and the courses are compatable) in September
- You'll have more options for a transfer if you're able to complete and pass your first year (universities with higher entry requirements will often accept your first year for entry into their first year, universities with similar requirement will be open to applications for starting in their second year).
- It sounds like London hasn't been a good choice for you for a number of reasons.
I grew up in London (East London aka the ghetto) and thought it would be awesome to be there for uni and live in the central London halls (boy was I wrong).
Are there any student mentors you can talk to or counsellors through the uni
Try things like mindfulness to help you get a balance