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    Would it be possible to transfer from a lower entry requirement uni to a higher one after the first year? Basically, if I don't get into my firm (AAB) but get into my insurance (BCC), a year down the line would I be able to transfer to my current firm choice if I still really wanted to go there (if my grades were good like 2:1 or 1st)? This is for biomedical/medial science....

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    Would it be possible to transfer from a lower entry requirement uni to a higher one after the first year? Basically, if I don't get into my firm (AAB) but get into my insurance (BCC), a year down the line would I be able to transfer to my current firm choice if I still really wanted to go there (if my grades were good like 2:1 or 1st)? This is for biomedical/medial science....

    Thank you :-)
    You can transfer to certain universities yes, based on your first year grades. Usually a good 2.1 is required. However not all universities to accept transfers you will need to check
 
 
 
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