Studying in America with a level 4 diploma?

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Over the next three years i will be studying a level 2,3 and 4 accounting
course in the UK, with the intention of studying busnes somewhere in America after I'm done. I'm not expecting any of the top universities but would i would i be accepted with with those qualifications (maybe level 3 economics as well) along side my gcse's or would i be better of doing my a levels?
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Probably. There are soooo many universities in America, someone is bound to accepted you. My friend got absolutely horrible grades and failed several classes, and still got accepted to a mediocre US university. As long as you have a transcript to show for it you should be good.

To be sure, I would just look up random universities in America and see their requirements for UK applicants.
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(Original post by pineapplemango)
Probably. There are soooo many universities in America, someone is bound to accepted you. My friend got absolutely horrible grades and failed several classes, and still got accepted to a mediocre US university. As long as you have a transcript to show for it you should be good.

To be sure, I would just look up random universities in America and see their requirements for UK applicant
thanks for the reply, this gives me a lot more confidence. my only concern is how would i know if i'm eligible if the requirements are done my the gpa system?
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