I think I've chosen the wrong course.
My course is more difficult than I thought it would be.
I didn't expect university to be like this.
I've failed my exams. What happens now?
I'm feeling really homesick.
How can I tell my family that I want to leave?
I've got too many money problems to stay at university.
I've missed lots of classes. I don't think I can catch up.
I'm worried that my English isn't good enough.
If you are thinking of leaving your course, and you are worried about how to proceed, or what will be the implications for your funding or your immigration status, we have prepared this information:
- Resitting, interrupting or leaving your course - a guide for home and EU undergraduates
- Postgraduate Funding - a guide for home and EU postgraduates (see the section of the guide called 'Changes to your studies – interrupting, withdrawing, resitting, transferring')
- Resitting, interrupting or leaving your course - a guide for international students