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    Ok here is a silly question but, I have all 5 offers for a course. Now Im having secondary thoughts about it.

    I will have A levels in geography, physics and chemistry and I applied for environmental science, now Im interested in engineering. Would I be able to apply, for example to Southampton's mechanical engineering course with a foundation degree with requirements of BBB when my current offer from Southampton is ABB for environmental science?

    thanks and sorry if the question is unclear
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    If you've got an offer at Southampton, they may be able to transfer you over onto the course you want -- contact the engineering dept.
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    I think you need to apply separately though.
    Here is the foundation:
    http://www.soton.ac.uk/study/undergr...tion_year.html

    Would I get automatic placement onto an engineering course at the end? Or would I need to apply yet again, and then be subject to the higher tuition fees?

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    (Original post by Knight of Cydonia)
    I think you need to apply separately though.
    Here is the foundation:
    http://www.soton.ac.uk/study/undergr...tion_year.html

    Would I get automatic placement onto an engineering course at the end? Or would I need to apply yet again, and then be subject to the higher tuition fees?

    thanks
    As faras I'm reading it, you'd still be able to ask Southampton to consider transferring your offer for that course.
 
 
 
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