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    Hello, everyone. I am year 13 student and I am going to apply for Economics and finance at Queen Mary univerisy of London. This course has two choices: three-year and four-year. Four year course includes one year in industry. But, i am not sure that which option should I choose. If I choose three-year course, can I swap it to four year course when I studying at univeristy(e.g. in 1st year or 2nd year of my degree)? Could someone give me some advice? Thank you very much.
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    (Original post by Jane Linda)
    Hello, everyone. I am year 13 student and I am going to apply for Economics and finance at Queen Mary univerisy of London. This course has two choices: three-year and four-year. Four year course includes one year in industry. But, i am not sure that which option should I choose. If I choose three-year course, can I swap it to four year course when I studying at univeristy(e.g. in 1st year or 2nd year of my degree)? Could someone give me some advice? Thank you very much.
    It is better (to minimise the risk of problems with student finance) to apply for and start on a longer course. It’s simpler to switch to a shorter course than the alternative
 
 
 
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