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    Hi, I am a Hungarian citizen currently studying my first year of economics (Bsc) here in Hungary, but I wish to study in the UK. Is it true that most unis are less likely to consider me if they know that I am taking a course whilst applying? Any help would mean the world to me.
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    (Original post by szeder98)
    Hi, I am a Hungarian citizen currently studying my first year of economics (Bsc) here in Hungary, but I wish to study in the UK. Is it true that most unis are less likely to consider me if they know that I am taking a course whilst applying? Any help would mean the world to me.
    If you are seeking a transfer into year 2, then its more complicated and less likely.
    If you are seeking to start a degree from year 1, then much less difficult, although it will depend on your grades.

    If you are seeking to do a complete degree in the UK, then you are better off checking with student finance how this affects your studies.. Prior learning can affect eligibility for finance.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/news/g...r-2018-to-2019
    https://www.gov.uk/student-finance/who-qualifies
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    (Original post by szeder98)
    Hi, I am a Hungarian citizen currently studying my first year of economics (Bsc) here in Hungary, but I wish to study in the UK. Is it true that most unis are less likely to consider me if they know that I am taking a course whilst applying? Any help would mean the world to me.
    Where do you study?
    University of Pecs or something like that?
    Was going to apply to Hungary for dentistry but the universities there are not as good at least from what i seen in open days, so cancelled my application,made me waste a year.
    Doubt they will have any problems with that you can apply for different year entries through UCAS for different unis but you need to have completed your application by 15th january.
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    Where do you study?
    of Pecs or something like that?
    Was going to apply to Hungary for dentistry but the universities there are not as good at least from what i seen in open days, so cancelled my application,made me waste a year.
    Doubt they will have any problems with that you can apply for different year entries through UCAS for different unis but you need to have completed your application by 15th january.
    I'm studying economics at Corvinus university Budapest. It's fine, but some programme structures at some unis in the UK fit me more. Thanks for your reply!
 
 
 
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