Transfering universities watch
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Last edited by bluebells; 09-04-2013 at 16:09.
- 20-01-2010 16:34
- 20-01-2010 16:42
I transferred from Cardiff to UWE withing 5 days so no youre not a complete reject, lots of people transfer, you just have to make sure youre doing it all for the right reasons. To me Kingston sounds better, a rude administrator is likely in this kind of process - just ignore it. Its not stupid to make yourself happier - though I did feel other people would be disappointed in me until I talked to them and they said they just want me to be happy with what I choose. Youve been at UWE for longer than 5 days, youve tried, you know a way to make it all better - so do it.
There will be forms etc. youll need to do so its not a simple process, are you gonna finish up the year?
(Original post by bluebells)
- 20-01-2010 16:43
Thinking of transfering universities
Ok, so thank you for reading this.
I am seriously thinking about transferring unis....
I currently to to UWE, but I am realy quite unhappy (my flat mates are nice, but were not 'best friends' if you know what I mean)...therefore I have no-one to live with next year (Thats not what Im worried about, because I can always live with other students next year)....
I live very near London, and basically, I am very home sick. I also have always wanted to work in a London hospital (Im doing nursing), so I don't realy know why I didn't choose a London uni in the 1st place.
Am I a complete reject?! because I feel like it.
I am thinking about transferring to Kingston university (s.t georges) and living with my boyfriend in/near Kingston.
Do many people actually transfer unis? Because when I spoke to the man at Kingston on the phone...he seemed quite rude and thought I was rude for turning them down in the first place.
Is it a big problem moving? I feel so depressed and stupid.
Has anyone been in the same boat? I would realy appreciate some advice