Second year transfer from Zoology to Biological Anthropology

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noobsoup
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Hypothetical situation:

I have a 1st class CertHE in Zoology from the University of Reading, modules:
-Building Blocks of Life 20
-Introduction to Evolutionary Processes 20
-Ecology 20
-Key Skills in Ecology and Zoology 10
-Animal Behaviour 10
-Animal Diversity 10
-Current Topics in Zoology and Ecology 10
-BioPsychology 10
-Cognition and Learning 10

Could I possibly from here get a DipHE in one year and Bachelor of Science in two years in Biological Anthropology from Oxford Brookes University? There are quite a lot of similarities to between my Cert.H.E and the Cert.H.E in Biological Anthropology from OBU:

-U20104 Introduction to Social Anthropology 15
-U20103 Deep History 15
-U20102 Introduction to Biological Anthropology 15
-U21104 Introduction to Environmental Geography 15
-U14501 Biodiversity 30
-U24105 Foundations of Biological Psychology 15
-U24101 Foundations of Cognitive Psychology 15

I would transfer from a degree with ABB entry to BBC.

As I'm from Belgium I don't have a clue to how flexible UK transfers are, could a transfer like this be of possibility? Do you guys have any examples of flexible transfers?
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You really need to discuss the situation with Oxford Brookes themselves. They are the only ones who can say if your modules are appropriate, and more importantly, if they have space to accept a transfer.

The uni won't hold it against you if ultimately they don't think your modules are suitable.

If you're looking to start second year this year, you're cutting things very fine!
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