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On the aeronautical engineering page it says that there are certain conditions that you must complete in order to be eligible to transfer to 2nd year from 1st year.

"Transfer into our second or third year is only permitted in exceptional circumstances and extremely rare (less than one student per year).

It is only possible for students studying at one of a few Aeronautical Engineering courses in the UK which follow a comparable syllabus, and the student will still be required to meet our entry requirements listed above. Such students must also have achieved a first-class standard so far.

Transfer into the fourth year is not possible under any circumstances."

What university and course are similar/the same to that of imperial aeronautical engineering?
What does first-class standard mean?
( btw I'm not sure what forum this should be posted in so I chose this one)
( If you have any tips or suggestions then I would also like to know)
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Ring them up and ask them.
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What does first-class standard mean?
Pretty sure that means you need to have averaged a score in another comparable course that would earn you a 1st class degree, e.g >70%.
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On the aeronautical engineering page it says that there are certain conditions that you must complete in order to be eligible to transfer to 2nd year from 1st year.

"Transfer into our second or third year is only permitted in exceptional circumstances and extremely rare (less than one student per year).

It is only possible for students studying at one of a few Aeronautical Engineering courses in the UK which follow a comparable syllabus, and the student will still be required to meet our entry requirements listed above. Such students must also have achieved a first-class standard so far.

Transfer into the fourth year is not possible under any circumstances."

What university and course are similar/the same to that of imperial aeronautical engineering?
What does first-class standard mean?
( btw I'm not sure what forum this should be posted in so I chose this one)
( If you have any tips or suggestions then I would also like to know)
Hi!

I'm Anudi, a student rep at Imperial.

I'm not too sure about this, unfortunately, and I would suggest contacting the Department to get the most accurate information about their transfer policy. They can be contacted via email at [email protected]

Hope this helps, and all the very best!
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