Living in student accommodation as a 'mature' student

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Taylwind
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I plan to start uni next year (2021) with a foundation year, and that mean I start the course as a mature student starting in a foundation year. Would I still be living in halls/student accommodation as a normal student like I came straight from college? Or because I'm doing a foundation year first would I be with other mature students? Cause Ideally I'd want to be around the younger students if the mature students are closer to like 30
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I plan to start uni next year (2021) with a foundation year, and that mean I start the course as a mature student starting in a foundation year. Would I still be living in halls/student accommodation as a normal student like I came straight from college? Or because I'm doing a foundation year first would I be with other mature students? Cause Ideally I'd want to be around the younger students if the mature students are closer to like 30
A lot of variables... And I'm not sure of your age. But some uni policies I've seen state age as one of the parameters when sorting out student accommodation. Best check with your individual uni/accommodation provider.
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