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Changing Schools

Postby canden » Tue Oct 07, 2003 4:04 pm

I am currently on part-one year out having recently completed my Bsc. I was attending a school in Scotland but was not happy there in my final year. Although the first two years were great, during my third year the disorganisation of staff, projects and course content in certain areas was overwhelming. I feel completely unprepaired for this stage of my training. Is this common in other schools as I wish to transfer universities?
I have NO desire to give up architecture!
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Postby Bitter Lemon » Sat Oct 11, 2003 3:12 pm

If youre talking about doing your part two its as easy as pie,
Ive started a BArch in a different uni & was delighted to find out that over half the class are from other unis.
All you have to do is give your current uni some months notice.
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Postby roishball » Sat May 29, 2004 6:01 pm

has anyone had the experience of doing part to at Queens in Belfast?
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Postby signum » Mon May 31, 2004 12:10 am

Heyyyy, this sounds remarkably familiar, don´t tell me, you´re at Strathclyde? I´ve had the exact same experience! We´re probably in the same year...?

I´m trying to move school also to finish my fourth year, or at least my diploma...
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