Is it possible to be admitted into the second or third year of a Bachelor’s Degree course?
The answer is both yes and no. Most competitive universities may only allow entry into the first year of the degree course (especially for business courses). If you have a good Diploma, it may be possible to get advanced entry into a university.
Since the possibility really depends on the university’s discretion and your academic results, it is worth a shot upon consulting a MABECS education advisor who can help you assess the situation. Ultimately, the choice is yours to act on the advice you receive.
Here are the steps you should follow:
Prepare your latest transcript and Diploma syllabus.
Pass your syllabus to MABECS.
MABECS will contact the universities that you are interested in to find out whether an advanced entry application will be encouraged.
MABECS will assist you to submit your UCAS/Direct Application.
Wait for offers, shortlist, and accept offers.
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