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I can't find info on this online so I thought I would post it here. Is it possible to leave a 4-year integrated masters course after 3 years and get a Bachelor's degree out of it? For example, there is only one engineering course offered on Cambridge's subject list - a 4 year long MEng course. However, would it be possible to leave this course with a BEng after 3 years of study?

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That’s usually an option. Try to find the course specification document and see if it lists early exit awards
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(Original post by tom123.)
I can't find info on this online so I thought I would post it here. Is it possible to leave a 4-year integrated masters course after 3 years and get a Bachelor's degree out of it? For example, there is only one engineering course offered on Cambridge's subject list - a 4 year long MEng course. However, would it be possible to leave this course with a BEng after 3 years of study?

Thanks for your help
http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/undergradua...uates-overview

"At the end of the third year, the students qualify for a BA (with Honours)."

That wasn't hard to find.
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