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Hello, guys!
I am an community college student in California.
I wanna apply for 2-3 universities in this year(Edinburgh, Warwick, UCL)
Have you ever seen transfer students in your college?
I'm not sure that do I apply for universities in UK even though I'm studying in America
I know that chances are really limited to mature student(especially veteran), but I wanna try because when I was in 16 years old, I went to private boarding college in Canterbury and it was really good experience for my life.
Thank you, have a good day!
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(Original post by shs0526)
Hello, guys!
I am an community college student in California.
I wanna apply for 2-3 universities in this year(Edinburgh, Warwick, UCL)
Have you ever seen transfer students in your college?
I'm not sure that do I apply for universities in UK even though I'm studying in America
I know that chances are really limited to mature student(especially veteran), but I wanna try because when I was in 16 years old, I went to private boarding college in Canterbury and it was really good experience for my life.
Thank you, have a good day!
Apply through ucas.

Remember that English degrees are 3 years though and are generally specialised from the start. It’s unusual for US college credits to be a good match for entry into later years - you’d probably have to start from first year.
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Hi there,

You can usually find information for specific Universities and what qualifications they accept through their country and requirement web pages. Once you have decided what course you would like to study there is usually guidance for International Applicants. You will be able to compare your American grades with UK equivalents.

Exeter accepts students from Community Colleges in the US. The Americas International Officer and Regional Manager regularly visit California and this includes visiting Community Colleges to give US student’s specific information. As with other Universities you can always contact the International Team for more information.

All applicants that want to study an Undergraduate Degree in the UK have to apply through UCAS. The next application cycle will start in September and this is for September 2020 entry. This is slightly different for Postgraduate Students as you will usually apply directly to the University.


I hope this information helped a little and good luck with any future applications to the UK

(Original post by shs0526)
Hello, guys!
I am an community college student in California.
I wanna apply for 2-3 universities in this year(Edinburgh, Warwick, UCL)
Have you ever seen transfer students in your college?
I'm not sure that do I apply for universities in UK even though I'm studying in America
I know that chances are really limited to mature student(especially veteran), but I wanna try because when I was in 16 years old, I went to private boarding college in Canterbury and it was really good experience for my life.
Thank you, have a good day!
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(Original post by The University of Exeter, UK- International Team)
Hi there,

You can usually find information for specific Universities and what qualifications they accept through their country and requirement web pages. Once you have decided what course you would like to study there is usually guidance for International Applicants. You will be able to compare your American grades with UK equivalents.

Exeter accepts students from Community Colleges in the US. The Americas International Officer and Regional Manager regularly visit California and this includes visiting Community Colleges to give US student’s specific information. As with other Universities you can always contact the International Team for more information.

All applicants that want to study an Undergraduate Degree in the UK have to apply through UCAS. The next application cycle will start in September and this is for September 2020 entry. This is slightly different for Postgraduate Students as you will usually apply directly to the University.


I hope this information helped a little and good luck with any future applications to the UK
Probably not a great idea to answer threads that are months old.
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