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Hi,

So I'm stuck at a crossroad.

To keep it brief I want to teach TEFL in Asia, and to do so I need either a BA, or a foundation degree (along with a TEFL certificate).

So... I either:

- Do my BA... which is four years long, because it includes an integrated foundation year. So I won't graduate until I'm 24.

- Do a foundation degree, which is fine for teaching but will be slightly harder to find work when I'm there (however it will only take two years and I'll be younger when i move).

OR do an access to higher education course for a year, and then do a standard BA.

I really need help, so please can someone clue me up. Thank you.
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I'm not to sure what the crux of the problem is?

If it's that you wont graduate till 24 then that is nothing to worry about. You'll likely be working till 65+!
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I would do your full degree, it will open up a lot more options for you later if you decide to change career.
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