There are many factors that may affect the decision to return to university after a long period away from study and there are particular some challenges in particular faced by those who do not choose the traditional role of going straight to university after school.
This article will offer some solutions to these challenges whether you hope to become an undergraduate or postgraduate student, and show you how to get the most out of returning to study as a mature student.
Intensive Course: Students following the intensive course follow the same programme as those in the General course, with the addition of a 6-hour negotiated syllabus course.
The aim here is to fill in gaps in the students’ knowledge and expertise and to address particular needs the students feel.
You can choose from a wide range of courses, each offering something different.
The important thing for you is to find the course that will improve your English.
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Check the availability of UCAS Conservatoires Track during August.Challenge 1: I can't afford it The financial implications of going to university for mature students are tremendously serious, just as they are for eighteen year olds.All undergraduate students can apply for a maintenance loan from the LEA if you study full time.UCAS Undergraduate Track Updates to UCAS Undergraduate Track are currently suspended while we process exam results.Any updates to your application will be displayed from on 17 August (UK time).