You fill out an application and select "transfer" when it asks you what type of student you are.volcano wrote:Guys generally, how do you apply as a transfer student?
Different institutions have different policies towards transfer credits and what classes they require. Most programs are not interested in wasting your time by making you take a course you've already had. They'll want to know what textbook you used and if the syllabus is similar and you have a decent grade, in most cases you won't have to retake it. You'll still have to meet all the required courses at the new university.Will your credits ged transferred easily?
No. Not until it's time to tell them how you plan to be funded next semester. Eventually you'll have to file paperwork saying you're withdrawing from the University.And do you have to inform your current institution about your intentions?
They won't be thrilled but if you have a legitimate reason and handle things like an adult it shouldn't be a huge problem. It's not like they can force you to stay unless you've signed some sort of contract. There's no "letting" going on here.And finally, how eager will your current institution be in letting you just walk out?
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