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Transferring pharmacy schools ??

Is it possible to transfer to kings or UCL for second year of pharmacy school ?
Reply 1
Original post by justastudenttt
Is it possible to transfer to kings or UCL for second year of pharmacy school ?


Make sure to get a 2:1 or above in your first year of pharmacy. To transfer it’s better to call up the uni.

On kings website, it doesn’t say anything for pharmacy, but calling them up is a better option as the website doesn’t get updated often. https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/how-to-apply/transferring-to-kings

for UCL: UCL considers transfers into the second year of an undergraduate programme for a limited number of programmes.
We do not consider entry into year 3 of any of our undergraduate programmes. Applications should be made via UCAS by the UCAS equal consideration deadline and include a reference from your current institution.
Please be aware that all applicants for second year entry are required to meet our first year entrance requirements as detailed in our prospectus.
If the programme you have applied for does not accept year 2 entry then your application will be considered for year 1 entry automatically.
For you degree refer to this page: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate/how-apply

Any other uni you want me to look at?
Original post by PDamBi
Make sure to get a 2:1 or above in your first year of pharmacy. To transfer it’s better to call up the uni.

On kings website, it doesn’t say anything for pharmacy, but calling them up is a better option as the website doesn’t get updated often. https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/how-to-apply/transferring-to-kings

for UCL: UCL considers transfers into the second year of an undergraduate programme for a limited number of programmes.
We do not consider entry into year 3 of any of our undergraduate programmes. Applications should be made via UCAS by the UCAS equal consideration deadline and include a reference from your current institution.
Please be aware that all applicants for second year entry are required to meet our first year entrance requirements as detailed in our prospectus.
If the programme you have applied for does not accept year 2 entry then your application will be considered for year 1 entry automatically.
For you degree refer to this page: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/undergraduate/how-apply

Any other uni you want me to look at?


Thank you so much !! I’ll be starting first year in around 2 weeks and I’m determined to get a first so I can apply for a transfer. Yes I was considering Birmingham and Manchester also.
Reply 3
Hi, did you transfer them? Asking so I know if it’s possible for me
Reply 4
Original post by justastudenttt
Thank you so much !! I’ll be starting first year in around 2 weeks and I’m determined to get a first so I can apply for a transfer. Yes I was considering Birmingham and Manchester also.


Was it possible
Reply 5
No.

You have to take the entire degree at one Uni for registration purposes - its the only way to ensure you have done all of the required elements at the right standard.

Choose your Uni carefully.

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