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    When applying to my uni, myself and several other student were told first hand from admissions that if we receive above 60% at the end of first year of biomedical science we would be offered an interview to transfer to their medical school, this fact then pushed us to accept their offer. Now half way through the first year, the uni is saying this is false and you can only transfer after second or third year. Can I state a claim for them to allow transfers after first year as we were first told?
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    (Original post by Wallana)
    When applying to my uni, myself and several other student were told first hand from admissions that if we receive above 60% at the end of first year of biomedical science we would be offered an interview to transfer to their medical school, this fact then pushed us to accept their offer. Now half way through the first year, the uni is saying this is false and you can only transfer after second or third year. Can I state a claim for them to allow transfers after first year as we were first told?
    If you have written evidence then possibly.
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    If you have written evidence then possibly.
    No, it was said on a phone call when applying.
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    No, it was said on a phone call when applying.
    Then you don't have much of a case unfortunately as there is not evidence of this. Is it on their website at all?
 
 
 

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