Can I get into uni (Foundation year) with a level 2 Btech?

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I want to go into a foundation year instead of doing 3 years in college, I did L2 health & social care and L2 Hospitality, I'm doing a two year 90 credit L3 health and social care course at the moment, however I would rather just go to university and do a foundation year. Is there any advice you could give me?
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Even foundation year entry courses will normally expect a completed l3 qualification for entry. Universities don’t want to set applicants up to fail.
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(Original post by estherrr.x)
I want to go into a foundation year instead of doing 3 years in college, I did L2 health & social care and L2 Hospitality, I'm doing a two year 90 credit L3 health and social care course at the moment, however I would rather just go to university and do a foundation year. Is there any advice you could give me?
Hi estherrr.x,

What subject/course are you interested in? We run some foundation year courses which accept applicants with L2 qualifications. The foundation year teaches you the skills you need to succeed in your degree, it's a really good stepping stone/prep year option.

Here's a link to our foundation year courses: https://arden.ac.uk/our-courses/blen...-entry-degrees

Thanks,
Amy
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Even foundation year entry courses will normally expect a completed l3 qualification for entry. Universities don’t want to set applicants up to fail.
Well I know some that have got in... but they're doing a way different course than me..
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It depends on what course you want to do. Emailing the uni is always the best way to find out.
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