Can i do two different undergraduate degrees from two different unis at the same time

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kbr1907
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I have 2 passions, Korean and Maths but I can't choose one over the other, if I had to do one I would do Korean but I wouldn't like to see myself not doing maths, is a part-time OU degree available maybe?
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If you are already fluent in Korean then potentially it could work but you will not get Student Finance for the OU degree.
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look for universities that offer joint/combined honours. Most joint/combined degrees involve complimentary subjects but some universities offer flexible (/open) combined degrees where you can take credits in two (or more) subjects of your choosing. I think durham have a flexible combined BA? don't quote me on that. Not sure if they offer Korean though as its one of the more niche languages in terms of UK university courses (Mandarin is widely offered, as are prominent European languages like French and Spanish)
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You’ll have exam clashes which will stop it happening.
And student finance won’t fund two programmes even if one is part time.
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You asked exactly the same question several months ago.
And got exactly the same responses.
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(Original post by lol.yolo)
look for universities that offer joint/combined honours. Most joint/combined degrees involve complimentary subjects but some universities offer flexible (/open) combined degrees where you can take credits in two (or more) subjects of your choosing. I think durham have a flexible combined BA? don't quote me on that. Not sure if they offer Korean though as its one of the more niche languages in terms of UK university courses (Mandarin is widely offered, as are prominent European languages like French and Spanish)
Yeah durham has a quite flexible combined honours degree but unfortunately they don't offer a combined degree in math and korean. They offer 2 open modules on korean language but they don't have anythung about korean literature or culture
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