Hi, I hope you are all doing great, and appreciate you taking time to read this thread. I have come here to seek advice, so please excuse me talking about myself. I will state my case as briefly as possible, then if anyone kindly responds to this initial post, I shall expand if necessary. Here goes... I already have been educated in the Arts at University, with no qualifications in Mathematics or Science gained since leaving high school. Though, I have made the effort to learn Mathematics, and I am an amateur Astronomer. However, I want to explore and learn more about the universe, and hopefully even discover or invent something and help someone. I'm 25, a UK citizen, and since temporarily working in the United States, I've wanted to return to the US permanently. I would ideally like to go straight to studying Science in US, though funding for international students seems non-existent, and applicants for undergraduate with a previous degree seem to be frowned at. Through internet research, I have found the Natural Sciences Tripos at Cambridge University here in UK to be a very interesting course, as one can pick and choose areas of Science to study, then specialize in one. Does anybody here have any experience with this course? The aim after graduation would be to go to the United States to further study, work, or perhaps develop an entrepreneurial venture of some kind (time and hard work will tell). Is studying for a second undergraduate degree in Science possible? Would I need to go back down the educational ladder even further and study A Level Mathematics and Science first? Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks.