Can i go to uni still? Watch
One thing I will say is that it's unlikely you'll be accepted onto any degree course with just a subdip, as they're only equivalent to 1 a-level. You wouldn't be able to mention the 2nd year I would think as you didn't complete it.
You might be best off taking a year out and applying for 2021 entry and completing your BTEC or doing another qualification.
Speak to UCAS though and see what they say.
i started a level 3 extended diploma course in sep. 2018 and fully completed my first year. i started my 2nd year in sep. 2019 and started my ucas application not long after, stating that i was applying through my college. however in Jan. 2020 i left my college and moved from England to wales as i did not enjoy my course anymore and wanted to move home too. However now i have changed my mind again and want to contiue with my ucas application but i am no longer at College so am i still able to apply for uni (i know i have already missed the main deadline) and what would i do about my education? would i say that i just did the one year and got the subsidiary diploma or do i say i was on the two year course but not put in any expected grades for the second year? also do i need to completely restart my application as im not applying through college? another thing i am struggling with is that i am struggling financially and will struggle to fit in paying the application fee and was wandering if there was any way around that too? Thank you.
Please see the below response to your queries.
- You can still apply through UCAS as normal though you will need references.
- You would only indicate that you received the subsidiary diploma.
- If you have an application already halfway finished you could still access it but will have to change the details about the qualifications and update the personal statement.
- You have your grades for last year you won't need to indicate expected grades.
- In regards to paying for the application the only way I'm aware of is that you could reduce the cost is by not paying for the 5 choices though you could contact UCAS to see.
I hope this helps.