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    I have just finished first year studying French and Economics (BA), and was just wondering if there was any possible way of changing to French and Spanish (BA) without having to redo the year. Maybe do some extra work over summer or something along those lines. I have an 'A' in A level Spanish if that helps.

    Thanks for any help,
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    http://www.leedsuniversityunion.org....ulesorcourses/
    http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ace/PS/changecourse.html
    http://www.leeds.ac.uk/qat/tsg/06-st...ney.html#cprog

    You need to contact your departments, easier because they are the same for the new course. You shouldn't have to redo the year, because you will still have your credits. But they are under no obligation to comply, so be really nice to both course leaders!

    Also I'm transferring from my foundation year, to a 'normal' BA, and it's literally a piece of paper to fill in, so the actual admin is easy!
 
 
 
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