The below information applies to all awards.
It may be possible for you to transfer to a new programme, or change from full time to part time. However, any transfer will be subject to academic approval and availability of places.
You can request to transfer within the same academic year up to 14 calendar days after the start of the teaching period, for example:
|Programme start date||Internal transfer deadline|
|September 2019||Sunday 6 October 2019|
|January 2020||Sunday 2 February 2020|
You can still submit a transfer request after these deadlines. If approved, it will not take effect until the next academic year.
If your programme does not start in September or January you should contact an Information Point to find out what the deadline will be.
There could be serious financial implications to transferring programmes. If your transfer increases the number of years it will take to complete your programme, you may be without fee support for one of your years of study. You may also be without fee support through changing from a September start date to a January one. You must contact your funding body to check your financial support entitlement for your new programme. Please read the transferring awards information.
How to transfer
If you are a new student and not yet arrived at UWE Bristol or registered on your programme, you should contact Admissions on 0117 32 83333 to discuss changing your programme.
If you have registered online for your programme, or if it is after Wednesday 11 September 2019, please complete one of the forms below and log in to InfoHub to complete the form.
Please choose the appropriate Infohub form for the level of study that you want to change to:
- Transfer Request for Level 0, 1 or M (login required)
- Transfer Request for Level 2 or 3 (login required)
We will normally process your transfer request within a maximum of 12 working days. If you have not heard back in this time please contact an Information Point.
If you are an international student, you should be aware that making a change to your course may have implications on your immigration status and the completion of your studies. Please contact the Immigration and Student Visa Support Service if you would like to discuss any issues.
Students at UK partner colleges
You should follow the same process if you are a student based at one of our UK partner colleges. You can also seek guidance from staff based at your college.