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    I will start at UCL this September, however, my main interest has always been Law, but I could not afford to travel to the UK to take the LNAT test last year, so I chose a course that I like anyway.
    Do you think it will be hard to change your degree? I wish I could receive some first-hand experiences because on the website it sounds really confusing.
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    (Original post by leoijan)
    I will start at UCL this September, however, my main interest has always been Law, but I could not afford to travel to the UK to take the LNAT test last year, so I chose a course that I like anyway.
    Do you think it will be hard to change your degree? I wish I could receive some first-hand experiences because on the website it sounds really confusing.
    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/srs/academic-ma.../transfers#top
    The rules state that to transfer course students need to meet the entry requirements for the new course - that means the LNAT for Law.


    Can I transfer to UCL Laws from a degree programme in another department at UCL?

    Although such transfers are permitted in theory at UCL, if you have just started your course in another UCL department and you would like to be considered for a LLB Law degree programme to start immediately in the current academic year, it is unlikely we will have any places available.

    If you are a current UCL student and you are enquiring about being considered as an interdepartmental transfer student to start the LLB Law degree programme in the next academic year, you will need to make this request before the UCAS deadline of 15 January, and have registered to take the LNAT by the 20 January in the same year that you intend to start the course.

    You would need to meet our minimum entry requirements of A*AA at A-level or the international equivalent. Many students prefer to re-apply through UCAS as this means they can use all five choices on the UCAS form. We will not consider any requests or applications after the 15 January.

    https://www.laws.ucl.ac.uk/study/und.../applying/faq/
    Although such transfers are permitted in theory at UCL, if you have just started your course in another UCL department and you would like to be considered for a LLB Law degree programme to start immediately in the current academic year, it is unlikely we will have any places available.
    If you are a current UCL student and you are enquiring about being considered as an interdepartmental transfer student to start the LLB Law degree programme in the next academic year, you will need to make this request before the UCAS deadline of 15 January, and have registered to take the LNAT by the 20 January in the same year that you intend to start the course.
    You would need to meet our minimum entry requirements of A*AA at A-level or the international equivalent. Many students prefer to re-apply through UCAS as this means they can use all five choices on the UCAS form. We will not consider any requests or applications after the 15 January.
 
 
 
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