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    Hiya, just a quick question as my personal tutor is useless and refuses to see me. I want to transfer uni's next september but stick with the same course so I'm currently registering with UCAS, however, i'm not sure whether I should apply as an "individual" or not? Does anyone who maybe did this last year or is doing the same thing now know? Thanks.
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    Transfers normally start by contacting the University of interest, don't they? Rather than going through UCAS, unless you wanted to start again.
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    (Original post by Juustuburger)
    Transfers normally start by contacting the University of interest, don't they? Rather than going through UCAS, unless you wanted to start again.
    Yeah, I've already contacted the university I want to transfer to and they said I should have no problems but I do need to apply officially through UCAS and make sure I change the "point of entry" to the second year.
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    (Original post by WOLLSMOTH)
    You intend to transfer into their second year of study?

    If so, i'm sure you don't use UCAS.
    Yep. And yes I definitely need to apply again via ucas.
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    (Original post by Rosie18)
    Yep. And yes I definitely need to apply again via ucas.
    I still demand that we see you two, regardless of where you are
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    (Original post by katkit)
    I still demand that we see you two, regardless of where you are
    You'll get no arguements from me!
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    (Original post by Rosie18)
    Hiya, just a quick question as my personal tutor is useless and refuses to see me. I want to transfer uni's next september but stick with the same course so I'm currently registering with UCAS, however, i'm not sure whether I should apply as an "individual" or not? Does anyone who maybe did this last year or is doing the same thing now know? Thanks.
    you don't have to do it through UCAS, just phone them?
    not sure though as i am stuck with the same situation, still trying to phone the unis
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    (Original post by silverwolfalpha)
    you don't have to do it through UCAS, just phone them?
    not sure though as i am stuck with the same situation, still trying to phone the unis
    I've already said that I have phoned the university and I was told by them that I need to apply through UCAS.
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    (Original post by Rosie18)
    I've already said that I have phoned the university and I was told by them that I need to apply through UCAS.
    soz didn't read, oh damn then i gotta do it as well. ok
 
 
 
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