I never had the chance, in my time you paid - there were no grants or bursaries
Uni was just for the rich
I regret that I couldn't go
I have no regrets about not going to uni. I am sure most people these days go for the social life rather than get educated.
I went straight from school to employment, and I studied part time at college. By the time those in the same year as me came out, I had already worked my way into a better salary than they were able to earn, much to their chagrin.
A degree these days isn't even worth that much, although once upon a time it was the key to getting a good job. Nowadays a 2.2 is little more than confirmation you attended and you end up with a huge debt which you must live to regret after a few years and wonder if it is all worth it.
In my opinion, it isn't. Employers these days look for experience and professional qualifications, not degrees.