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    I am a second year bachelor student and I am going to the US next year to study one year as a part of study abroad scheme. The course that I'm gonna study there is very related to my current course here in the UK. but I basically think the course that I'm gonna study in the US may be a lot more interesting to me. If that happens and I really like to continue my studies there in the US, is it possible to do that and transfer my studies to that university in the US?

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    Yes it is possible to transfer - and actually it could be a very good idea. My sister did an exchange for one year at a US uni, and liked it so much that when she returned to her UK uni she was very disillusioned with her studies. She would have much rather stayed in the US.

    Remember that studying at most US unis is way more expensive than in the UK, and often transfer students have less financial aid available. So check with the university how much it would cost.

    Also, the transfer process takes a long time, so you'd have to start looking into it as soon as you start your year abroad - if not before!

    Some info on transfers: http://www.fulbright.org.uk/study-in...fer-admissions
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    Thank you so much for the info
 
 
 
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