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Transfering between schools

VanitaVanita Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
edited December 2007 in Northwestern University
Can you transfer between schools after you're accepted to one? Like, transfer from WCAS to SEAS?
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Replies to: Transfering between schools

  • arbiter213arbiter213 Registered User Posts: 3,572 Senior Member
    Yes .
  • jonthelinjonthelin Registered User Posts: 246 Junior Member
    from what i've heard, it's difficult to transfer into McCormick (engineering) because of the course requirements that you need to catch up on.
  • dfleishdfleish Registered User Posts: 905 Member
    And Medill can be hard too. But very easy to transfer between COMM, SESP and WCAS. And SEAS shouldn't be as much of a problem if it's done immediately, like before getting to school or during New Student Week.
  • elsijfdlelsijfdl Registered User Posts: 2,369 Senior Member
    transferring between schools in most cases just comprises filling out a form and getting it signed.

    medill would be the exception, because they are only allowed to have a class size of a specified amount in order to be certified by some journalism body, so they can only accept as many as transfer out.
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