Hey, so this is something that I haven't seen a lot of people on the ICP talking about and I'd love to talk more about it. The topic is the average age of participants on the program. I'm curious about this because I am what people might class as a 'mature-age' student (yeeuuurrghhh...sorry, I hate that expression) which just means I'm slightly older at 30 than the majority of uni students. I actually did go to uni when I was younger, worked for a while and then decided to change careers, which is why I'm back studying again. I don't have any problem getting along with people younger than me, in fact most of my uni friends are around 10 years younger than me but I have friends of all ages. I usually get mistaken for being a lot younger than I am, and I so don't act my age...what Disney fan does, really? hehehe! I do find that sometimes I have different values and opinions than my younger friends, often just because of a difference in life experience, and I'm not into clubbing or going out to pubs and clubs several times a week - but then again I wasn't into that scene when I was 20 either. I'm not looking to be anyone's mother - as long as you aren't hurting people or breaking rules that will get innocent people into trouble, I'm happy for you to live your life however you please. I'm just curious about a few things: Will there be many (or any) other ICP's/CP's my age? For younger participants, how do you feel about living and/or socialising with older ICP's and if you have done the program how did you find older participants? If you have done the program/are doing the program as and older ICP, how has your experience been? If there are any older applicants out there I'd love to hear from you too!