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    Hi guys, I'm in a weird situation right now. Basically Im in first year in a University I don't want to be in anymore for economics. I've contacted another university I've visited recently and become interested in. They said to me that I would be accepted with my grades etc. The only problem is that I would have to start again from year 1 with them which mean s this year that I'm doing is pretty much pointless. My question is that when I apply and get an unconditional, would my current uni tell me to drop out because I still want to stay for the year here where I currently am and gain useful knowledge seeing as I'm paying 9250 quid?
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    I highly doubt a uni will tell you to drop out, but you should just apply, I'm sure you will be able to finish your year at your current uni then start over at a new one
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    (Original post by ireti)
    I highly doubt a uni will tell you to drop out, but you should just apply, I'm sure you will be able to finish your year at your current uni then start over at a new one
    I hope that's the case, we'll have to see what happens in these coming weeks
 
 
 
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