Hi all, I'm new here and wanting some advice and this forum came up top in Google when I was hunting around for advice with regards to working in the Space industry. I'm 34, dropped out of university when I was 19 in the first year (was doing a Physics with Laser Application course at Salford, Greater Manchester, UK) and never got back into it. So now I find myself with father time on my back, wanting to get that degree and get into the business of putting things (or indirectly helping put things) into space. Am I being unrealistic? I am realistic when I say I know I can't attend university full-time - have too many other overheads now, but am willing to go the distance learning route. Just need to know if it's a feasible thing to do or if there are other routes I should pursue. I'm sure you've all been asked this a thousand times lately so apologies for the repetitiveness of the request. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks for reading.