Do you have to pay for college courses once you graduate?

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I am about to go into my third year at uni but I am unsure about my course as I am not enjoying it, so I am wondering, should I just finish or drop out. But if I do graduate but then decide I want to go back to college, will I have to pay for anything I'll do?
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I am about to go into my third year at uni but I am unsure about my course as I am not enjoying it, so I am wondering, should I just finish or drop out. But if I do graduate but then decide I want to go back to college, will I have to pay for anything I'll do?
If it’s your final year I think you should just try finish it otherwise your other years go to waste. If it is not something you want to pursue in that’s okay. Usually people are just happy to see you have a degree and it don’t matter what it’s in. Continue into another field once you completed this last year. For example most masters do conversion courses and it don’t matter what your degree was in, so whilst studying spend some time looking for what you Would enjoy next. Hope that helps
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I am about to go into my third year at uni but I am unsure about my course as I am not enjoying it, so I am wondering, should I just finish or drop out. But if I do graduate but then decide I want to go back to college, will I have to pay for anything I'll do?
Yes, you would because you'd be over 18 and it wouldn't be your first level 3 course, you could take out a loan, that would be wiped once you graduate university the second time, but do you really want to do another 4 years of education? Would it not make more sense to at least finish this degree then consider your post grad prospects?
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If it’s your final year I think you should just try finish it otherwise your other years go to waste. If it is not something you want to pursue in that’s okay. Usually people are just happy to see you have a degree and it don’t matter what it’s in. Continue into another field once you completed this last year. For example most masters do conversion courses and it don’t matter what your degree was in, so whilst studying spend some time looking for what you Would enjoy next. Hope that helps
I guess that's true, i guess i wouldnt wanna waste and do more years but, I am really not enjoying the degree and barely get anytime off as it's a midwifery degree, and it is literally killing my mental health :/ but yeah i guess maybe might as well finish it, think i could do another year.
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