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    I know that there is a form you can fill out to transfer courses within the university. I am going to begin my first year in Politics (after having already done one abroad, in a different university, but I hated the environment, the staff, and the attitude) in September, basically redoing what I had done before. I wanted to have a fresh, clear start, however, law is still somewhere deep down in my heart. I was thinking about seeing it out for the first few months and perhaps transferring to the Law and Politics LLB course, but I don't know how lenient they are with the leaving grades? My IB score does not match the requirements of the LLB score, however, does match the one I have been accepted to.
    Has anyone been in the same position, transferred courses within QMUL before? I would like to know about your experience, how it worked, and whether the absence of having the right grades will make the attempt to transfer (in the case I decide to) a huge no-no.
    Thanks in advance!
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    (Original post by kmequeen)
    I know that there is a form you can fill out to transfer courses within the university. I am going to begin my first year in Politics (after having already done one abroad, in a different university, but I hated the environment, the staff, and the attitude) in September, basically redoing what I had done before. I wanted to have a fresh, clear start, however, law is still somewhere deep down in my heart. I was thinking about seeing it out for the first few months and perhaps transferring to the Law and Politics LLB course, but I don't know how lenient they are with the leaving grades? My IB score does not match the requirements of the LLB score, however, does match the one I have been accepted to.
    Has anyone been in the same position, transferred courses within QMUL before? I would like to know about your experience, how it worked, and whether the absence of having the right grades will make the attempt to transfer (in the case I decide to) a huge no-no.
    Thanks in advance!
    There’s no harm in asking. If you’re refused a transfer would you be happy to complete your degree in politics?
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    There’s no harm in asking. If you’re refused a transfer would you be happy to complete your degree in politics?
    Indeed, I would be happy to complete the degree, since it is still an area which interests me tremendously. A year ago, I applied to combined degrees with politics and law mostly, therefore, there's a passion for both subjects. Just, the thought of combining the two still seems like the most suitable programme to me. In the end, if the transfer is refused, I would most definitely complete my degree, since my main area of interest is public policy.
 
 
 
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