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I’m going into my first year this fall but I’ve decided that I want to switch courses (nothing too far off— from economics & sociology to economics with finance), but after sending 2 emails to the university I haven’t heard back and it’s been three weeks already. Should I send them another email, or call them?
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I think calling them is better
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After 10 working days, a follow up call is much more likely to get an answer to your Q.
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Which University?
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The University of Edinburgh
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what did you say in your email, if you don't mind me asking? I want to switch as well but I'm not sure how to word it.
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what did you say in your email, if you don't mind me asking? I want to switch as well but I'm not sure how to word it.
“I was wondering if it would be possible to switch my offer from course X to course Y? I’m happy to provide a new personal statement or any further information that might be required. Many thanks in advance....”
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