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    (Original post by AtomicPlaty)
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    What is a SW year?- I don't know is why I'm asking
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    What is a SW year?- I don't know is why I'm asking
    Sandwich Year, usually within a work experience placement or year abroad scheme.


    And no, you just need to apply for it.
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    Sandwich Year, usually within a work experience placement or year abroad scheme.


    And no, you just need to apply for it.
    It may have a separate UCAS code for the course- but this depends on the institution
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    It may have a separate UCAS code for the course- but this depends on the institution
    If it's not a separate option then it might be worth asking, but if it's not part of the offer at the beginning it might be a "chosen by performance" thing. So, they have places for internships, years abroad and integrated Masters, but you'd need to perform well to be offered it. The actual uni website should talk about this
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    If it's not a separate option then it might be worth asking, but if it's not part of the offer at the beginning it might be a "chosen by performance" thing. So, they have places for internships, years abroad and integrated Masters, but you'd need to perform well to be offered it. The actual uni website should talk about this
    That's correct,ask about this stuff
 
 
 
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