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Hello!
I am a student of islington college located in nepal affiliated to london met.
i am currently doin BBA and im in the 1st year.I would like to know is it possible for me to transfer myself to an university in London.can thiss be done by an student studying in 1st year?
may i have the fine details about is i tpossible for a student in sem 1?
Waiting for you answer!
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Email the admissions office at the universities you are interested in!
We can't give an answer on whether they will consider an application from you or not
Transferring universities in the UK is a little bit complicated as many universities don't allow transfer but again this depends on the department

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well i havent gone through the university that i am willing to go...
ill only look for it if it is possbile...
woudlnt it b eassy for me if i would opt for a college of london met!
could u recommend me some good colleges that will accept?
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well i havent gone through the university that i am willing to go...
ill only look for it if it is possbile...
woudlnt it b eassy for me if i would opt for a college of london met!
could u recommend me some good colleges that will accept?
thank you
You will have to ask the university whether you can transfer to London. It is unlikely that any other uni in London would accept you for transfer into the second year of their course. You will also need to consider that costs will be extremely high - £9k tuition fees plus living costs at London prices (rent and travel will be particularly expensive) so unless you have your own funds you will need to find sponsorship.
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Thank You for the information!
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You will have to ask the university whether you can transfer to London. It is unlikely that any other uni in London would accept you for transfer into the second year of their course. You will also need to consider that costs will be extremely high - £9k tuition fees plus living costs at London prices (rent and travel will be particularly expensive) so unless you have your own funds you will need to find sponsorship.
LSE,KCL allow students to transfer.
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LSE,KCL allow students to transfer.
I didn't say it was impossible - but it is unlikely. It will depend on the course and the degree of compatibility between that course and the one currently being studied.
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I didn't say it was impossible - but it is unlikely. It will depend on the course and the degree of compatibility between that course and the one currently being studied.
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