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    I have received all of my decisions and I have replied to my offers, chosen a firm and insurance. However, the course that I have offers for is the physics Bsc (the three year course) and I was wondering if it is possible to email my firm choice and ask them to change my course to a Msci (the four year course)? I know that it is possible to change between the two courses up until the end of second year, but it is harder to change from three years to four years because of the extra funding that is needed. I have not yet applied for my student loan. Is it still possible to change courses when you have replied to your choices but not yet started the course, or is it too late?
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    You should email the admissions tutor. I changed my course before I replied, so I'm not sure if you can, but it's worth a try.
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    It should be possible, but the entry requirements for the Msci are likely to be higher so they may increase your offer.
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    Thanks for the replys! I will try emailing them and see what happens
 
 
 

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