Transfer to King's College London from a different univerisity

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Is it possible to transfer to King's College London in an undergraduate course of BSc Computer Science from a different university which offers the same course but a different UCAS code like I100?
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Is it possible to transfer to King's College London in an undergraduate course of BSc Computer Science from a different university which offers the same course but a different UCAS code like I100?
The UCAS code isn't an issue. What matters is your prior academic performance. Kings will still expect you to have the same entry standards and they will need you to have covered the same first year work as their first years such that you can move on to the second year. The only way to find out is to ask Kings.
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Thanks a lot for clearing some doubts i had mate! I'll contact Kings like you said and hopefully if all goes to plan I'll be able to transfer in the second year.
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Thanks a lot for clearing some doubts i had mate! I'll contact Kings like you said and hopefully if all goes to plan I'll be able to transfer in the second year.
Any luck?
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I received a cs conditional offer from kcl, and I am from another Russell group uni( don't want to tell too much about my personal information, my mates may see this thread, but it is a uni that is capable to kcl, I just want to live in London), and I did not have A-level exam result ( from a foundation year) and when I submitted my application I did not mention my foundation grade also( kcl will not accept it anyway) .The thing is here Kcl gave me a conditional offer that asked me to get 60 overall in the first year.I hope this could help you.
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(Original post by Mamonoetas)
I received a cs conditional offer from kcl, and I am from another Russell group uni( don't want to tell too much about my personal information, my mates may see this thread, but it is a uni that is capable to kcl, I just want to live in London), and I did not have A-level exam result ( from a foundation year) and when I submitted my application I did not mention my foundation grade also( kcl will not accept it anyway) .The thing is hear, Kcl gave me a conditional offer that asked me to get 60 overall in the first year.I hope this could help you.
offer for first or second year?
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If I have A-levels it will be 2nd year, but unfortunately I do not have them...so it is 1st year.
(Original post by Mamonoetas)
I received a cs conditional offer from kcl, and I am from another Russell group uni( don't want to tell too much about my personal information, my mates may see this thread, but it is a uni that is capable to kcl, I just want to live in London), and I did not have A-level exam result ( from a foundation year) and when I submitted my application I did not mention my foundation grade also( kcl will not accept it anyway) .The thing is h,ere Kcl gave me a conditional offer that asked me to get 60 overall in the first year.I hope this could help you.
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offer for first or second year?
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(Original post by Mamonoetas)
If I have A-levels it will be 2nd year, but unfortunately I do not have them...so it is 1st year.
Hi,
I know this is an old thread from a few months ago, but I wanted to ask when you applied through UCAS, did you initially apply for second year, then they offered you first year? Or did you initially apply first year?

I'm asking cause I don't have A-levels either.
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(Original post by Mamonoetas)
I received a cs conditional offer from kcl, and I am from another Russell group uni( don't want to tell too much about my personal information, my mates may see this thread, but it is a uni that is capable to kcl, I just want to live in London), and I did not have A-level exam result ( from a foundation year) and when I submitted my application I did not mention my foundation grade also( kcl will not accept it anyway) .The thing is here Kcl gave me a conditional offer that asked me to get 60 overall in the first year.I hope this could help you.
Hi, I am considering the same uni for CS as well.
Can I ask in what period did you first emailed the uni about transferring?
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hello, when did you apply? before the official normal ucas deadline or the January deadline?
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Did you apply for 1st year entry or 2nd year entry in UCAS? is it like you applied for 2nd year and got 1st year offer or you applied for 1st year?

(Original post by Mamonoetas)
If I have A-levels it will be 2nd year, but unfortunately I do not have them...so it is 1st year.
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Did you apply for 1st year entry or 2nd year entry in UCAS? is it like you applied for 2nd year and got 1st year offer or you applied for 1st year?
hey are you going to be applying for transfer as well? I will be applying for first year tho since i dont have the a level grades
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hey are you going to be applying for transfer as well? I will be applying for first year tho since i dont have the a level grades
I was planning to but finally I dint because I wanted Economics and kings business school dean’s assistant said they don’t consider 2nd yr and I have to start first again. But then I am international student so if i pay £28k a year i will be broke compared to £21k at all other. Also, its ranked very low for its economics so...

Where are you applying?
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(Original post by Zunaid Rafique)
I was planning to but finally I dint because I wanted Economics and kings business school dean’s assistant said they don’t consider 2nd yr and I have to start first again. But then I am international student so if i pay £28k a year i will be broke compared to £21k at all other. Also, its ranked very low for its economics so...

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I don't mind starting first year so I am going to apply for kings and restart first year.
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