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I'm applying for aerospace engineering at 4/5 of my universities. I want to study engineering Mathematics at Bristol tho and so i'm not sure how to write my personal statement. I was thinking to make things easier, i would apply for Aerospace at Bristol and if I get it, then ask to change to Engineering Mathematics. Is this possible to do?
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I'm applying for aerospace engineering at 4/5 of my universities. I want to study engineering Mathematics at Bristol tho and so i'm not sure how to write my personal statement. I was thinking to make things easier, i would apply for Aerospace at Bristol and if I get it, then ask to change to Engineering Mathematics. Is this possible to do?
Contact Bristol admissions and ask if they want a separate one.

Write it for aerospace.
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I'm applying for aerospace engineering at 4/5 of my universities. I want to study engineering Mathematics at Bristol tho and so i'm not sure how to write my personal statement. I was thinking to make things easier, i would apply for Aerospace at Bristol and if I get it, then ask to change to Engineering Mathematics. Is this possible to do?
Engineering Mathematics is quite a unique course so I would imagine they are used to applications who've applied to other disciplines at other universities. I don't think it'd be a good idea to apply for aerospace with the intention of moving to engineering maths when you could just apply directly to it.
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Engineering Mathematics is quite a unique course so I would imagine they are used to applications who've applied to other disciplines at other universities. I don't think it'd be a good idea to apply for aerospace with the intention of moving to engineering maths when you could just apply directly to it.
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Contact Bristol admissions and ask if they want a separate one.

Write it for aerospace.
Ok because I thought if I talk about how I have a massive interest in Aerospace Engineering, but I apply for Engineering Mathematics they would be confused as to how my interests relate to the course
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Ok because I thought if I talk about how I have a massive interest in Aerospace Engineering, but I apply for Engineering Mathematics they would be confused as to how my interests relate to the course
Very unlikely to be an issue as they're both engineering courses. It's not uncommon to apply to more than one different discipline of engineering and I've never heard of this being an issue.
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Very unlikely to be an issue as they're both engineering courses. It's not uncommon to apply to more than one different discipline of engineering and I've never heard of this being an issue.
Ok thank you very much for your help, I really appreciate it!
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