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How difficult is it to change schools once admitted?

tman23tman23 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
edited October 2006 in University of Pennsylvania
Does this depend on the school to which one is admitted? When can you change? Thanks
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Replies to: How difficult is it to change schools once admitted?

  • quaker10quaker10 Registered User Posts: 315 Member
    Easy to transfer from engineering or Wharton to CAS, difficult from CAS to either of those two. Best to apply to the school you want to attend in the first place rather than try to "back door" it.
  • tman23tman23 Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
    how about from nursing to CAS?
  • AureliusAurelius Registered User Posts: 585 Member
    Does this depend on the school to which one is admitted?
    No. There are no rules relating to the school from which you are transferring. There are only rules for the school to which you are transferring.

    Basically, same rules apply to CAS -> Wharton as Engineering -> Wharton or Nursing -> Wharton
    Same Rules apply to Engineering -> CAS as Nursing -> CAS or Wharton -> CAS
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