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Anyone who started university age 22 and started to work age 25
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There's people on my course who did an undergraduate degree such as biomed (3yrs long), then started in the same class as me on a 5 year course. You're nowhere near considered 'old' to start lol
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Anyone who started university age 22 and started to work age 25
Many many people! According to UCAS, over a third of undergraduates were "mature" when they started their first degree (UCAS uses 21 as the starting point).

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