I'm going to start my First Year in October as an undergraduate studying Accounting and Finance. I haven't done so well in my A-Levels hence I had to do a Foundation Year which I just finished in May. I'm not going to such a great university at the moment and was hoping to change after my First year if I get a 1st and maybe try to get into Queen Mary or so. But I'm not quite sure whether it will be possible and I want to know how I can make it happen. Do I need to do something else to move to a better university? Apart from re-taking my A-levels, is there any other solution that could help me move to a better university?
I want to become an Investment Banker and I am scared that the university I'm going to will be a disadvantage to me.
Changing Universities After 1st Year Watch
- Thread Starter
- 30-07-2016 14:25
- 02-08-2016 14:40
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