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Can i change university after my first year but still do the same course?

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    I wanted to do Chemical Engineering at UCL 2009/2010, and the offer was AAB. However on results day i got BBC, which just really sucks cos I soo badly wanted to go to UCL. Therefore im now goin to my insurance which is Surrey University.

    So im wondering if I do my first year at Surrey Uni. can i change to UCL second year and still do Chemical Engineering.

    If yes, what would i do? do i call UCAS or call UCL? and possibly when should i contact them?

    If you can help thanks
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    Give Surrey a try, and if you're still convinced you want to transfer after about January then contact UCL and ask. If they agreed you'd need to apply through UCAS

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