I've transferred from the University of Bedfordshire to the University of Northampton for the second year of my Psychology and Criminology degree and I went into enrolment today and it turns out they haven't even made up their minds yet as to whether I can actually begin my second year. They said I could temporarily enroll as a first year until I got a confirmation as to whether or not they decide I can do second year and I decided to do that so that it would be out of the way when they finally do make up their minds. I wasn't aware they hadn't made a decision when I confirmed that I wanted to go there, I had communicated to them what modules I had done last year during the application process and I don't understand why it has been taking them so long. I'm worried that I may have done the wrong thing by enrolling as a first year in case it causes me trouble in the event that I try another transfer in the event that another uni would accept me as a second year.
University transfer problems
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