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I'm currently studying an MA in History at a Scottish University for my first year. Because an MA is 4 years in comparison to a BA which is three years, if i were to transfer at the end of my first year and study in England for the following academic year, would i be starting the BA from the first year or the second?
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The first year of a Scottish undergraduate MA is not equivalent to the first year of an English BA, it's more like the last year of A levels. You almost certainly won't be allowed to transfer into the second year of an English BA.
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Thanks for the response. Do you think it's worth doing the whole year then, or dropping out and applying with UCAS for the next academic year? I realise that you may not be able to give me an answer and that it's ultimately down to my circumstances e.g. student finance, but i appreciate the second opinion.
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