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Thanks for visiting the University of London International Programmes forum!

We are here to answer any questions you may have about studying for a University of London degree by distance and flexible learning.

We'd also love to know more about you, so here are a few questions to get you started:

- What are you applying for (or currently studying)?
- Where are you from?
- Are you planning to study independently or take classes at one of our network of teaching institutions?

Looking forward to hearing from you!
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Hi,

I am very interesting in studying a BSc in Accounting and Finance with yourself, and would like to complete this by studying independently in the West Midlands. I have had trouble finding out the entry requirements. Could you help me with this please? I have completed my AS levels, however, they are not in related subjects to the degree as I completed them a few years ago and I did not continue into the second year. Unfortunately, the CHESS course is not an option for me as I am only able to complete my degree independently, so I wanted to see if studying with your university is an option for me.

Thanks!
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Hi Nindann13, thanks for your message and interest in studying with us! I have had a chat with my colleague in admissions, and it would be really useful if you could PM me a bit more information on grades and subjects with your AS levels and also your GCSEs? As we look at applications case by case, more info on qualifications or experience would be helpful to know about
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Hypothetically if somebody started doing economics, could they later transfer to economics and maths?
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Hi Llamageddon! I have spoken with the admissions team and they normally look at this case-by-case. They said that providing you meet the requirements for the Economics and Maths programme, you should then be able to transfer. Does that help?
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Hi Llamageddon! I have spoken with the admissions team and they normally look at this case-by-case. They said that providing you meet the requirements for the Economics and Maths programme, you should then be able to transfer. Does that help?
yes - though I guess there's a caveat to the question I guess. Is it complicated by having to g
o from graduate entry to non-graduate entry?
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Hi Llamageddon


Transfers will often depend on what stage you are at in your studies, so moving from a graduate entry programme to non-graduate entry route may also depend on what modules you have selected and completed.

If you have started your studies and then wish to transfer to another programme, our Registry Office will outline the available options to you for you to then make an informed decision about your wish to transfer. Each request will be looked at thoroughly to try and help you successfully transfer to your new choice of programme
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Heya!

I am taking Politics and International Relations from Indonesia. I have a full time job and I'm married with 2 young kids so time management is crazy. I only have time to study 1 or 2 courses each year. Hopefully I can finish the program within the allotted 8 years ^^
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Hey reyjusuf! Wow, you are doing great with a full time job and 2 young kids, well done! When did you start the programme? And is this something for personal interest or does it relate to your work?
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Hey reyjusuf! Wow, you are doing great with a full time job and 2 young kids, well done! When did you start the programme? And is this something for personal interest or does it relate to your work?
I started in 2013 so this is my fourth year of eligibility. I just took my 5th and 6th exam this week. This is mainly a personal interest but I do have an interest to get into non-profit or government activities in the future.
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Hope your exams went well! You're halfway there now . Have you ever read the student blog posts by Michael? He studied for the BSc Politics and International Relations over several years, while juggling fatherhood and a music career. You can see his posts here.
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Yay. Passed both ^^. 6 to go. lol.
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Hey there,

I just wanted to double check that the Mathematics and Economics BSc will still be available in the Autumn of 2018?

I am currently enrolled on an A-level course in Mathematics, aiming to take my exams in May/June and then start studying with UoL next Autumn (2018).
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Hi, I wanted to take the BA in English with a minor in Philosophy. May I know how much support there is for this course? On the website it says that we can submit essays for feedback, and I just wanted to get more information about this. Also, are we allowed to get the study guides before the start of the year in October?
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I finally took my 12th and final exam today! I'm 99.99999% sure I got the results I need to get my degree.
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Hope your exams went well! You're halfway there now . Have you ever read the student blog posts by Michael? He studied for the BSc Politics and International Relations over several years, while juggling fatherhood and a music career. You can see his posts here.
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