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The Cardiff School of Physics and Astronomy will consider applications from students wishing to transfer to Cardiff from other UK Universities only where there are compelling personal circumstances supporting a transfer, and where the applicant, (a) meets the entry requirements for the relevant degree scheme, and (b) has achieved a satisfactory level of performance in each module taken at his/her current institution.
Please note, all transfer requests must be made formally through UCAS. Applicants should therefore allow sufficient time for requests to be approved. Applicants should provide a full transcript of results and reference at the time of application. Requests without this information will not be considered.
Applications for transfers from students wishing to transfer to year 1 from other Schools within Cardiff University are considered where the applicant meets the entry requirements for the relevant degree scheme and is able to demonstrate motivation to study physics and astronomy. Students should contact the Admissions Team in the first instance.
The Cardiff School of Physics and Astronomy is happy to make offers for deferred entry.
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