At university, is it possible for someone to complete the degree a year early. Thanks
Generally, no, although there's a private university that does degrees in two years (Buckingham?). Why?
Um, I wouldn't think so, seeing as you wouldn't've actually completed the degree programme in time. If you're needing to take a year out for whatever reason, you should investigate this with your personal tutor and/or welfare staff.
It's a shame you can't, considering the first year is generally to see whether you're likely to mess up their ranking! Would make uni more accessible.
Sorry, but that makes no sense...that would basically mean you have one year left to complete a three year degree in then (as you're claiming the first year is worthless). Degrees are three/four years for a reason; because you have to work that long to reach the standard required.
Though it won't be applicable to the average person, surely it would be possible for geniuses who could say complete a three or four year course in one year? If a university came across such a person, would they simply let them float along and take three/four years like everyone else, or would they push them ahead?
wouldn't it get complicated with credit frameworks?
I thought you could only take a certain amount a year
The only way would be to start a year early too!