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hi, so im a current year 11 student and i finish in 2 weeks.
the course i want to do at college is almost 1hr 30m away from me by train and the course is fashion business so could i start at a local college that im already accepted onto to do media studies/photography and for my second year when i can drive and it will take me 30 mins by car) start the fashion course and do the 2 years as it would be free due to me being under 18 when starting? would this work and could someone advise me on this please.
the media studies and photography course is a 10 min walk from my house and i would have the qualifications from it as its only a one year diploma so theres no worry about when i drop out it being a waste???
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Better off taking a year out and saving some money by getting a job and then going to college. Unless the courses you want to do are relevant for your chosen career path you are going to be starting at one college, settling and making friends only to leave them at the end of the year and do it all again.
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