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    This question is very important to me, but seeing as though i can see it giving a varied answer, and because i'd like it to help others, i'll keep the question as generic as possible.

    I'm in my first year at uni, and i want to drasticly change my course. I can pass this year, but i wish to leave regardless. So i want to know which i should do when i have the UCAS points for the univeristy and course i wish to go to next year. Should i apply through UCAS, work on a very good art portfolio and rely on that to put me above others, or should i use the fact that i am already at university to persuade my tutors and admins that i wish to change course, and then contact the other university and do the same.

    Basicly, what in what situations would one benefit from the other, and which should i go for (or both)?
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    Either way you'll have to make a UCAS application.
 
 
 
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