You may have chosen a wrong course because of peer pressure, misinformation, or bad planning. Problem is, you may not realize this until it is too late. And when you do, the nightmares start! Little do we realize that worrying does not change anything. Instead, we should be focusing on what really needs to be done. Here’s what you can do:
1. Isolate The Issue:
Figure out why do you not like the course. Could it be the syllabus, or the fact that the course is more theory oriented? Do you have problems with your fellow mates or professors? Or, do you find it difficult to balance work and studies? Perhaps, it just isn’t your cup of tea! Whatever the reason, find the problem and try if you can rectify.
2. Try Swapping Courses:
Universities do not usually encourage students to swap courses. If you like to study at the same university but not the same course, try swapping to your favorite course. The earlier you make a request, the better are your prospects of not missing an academic year. Changing a course within the same university is cheaper than trying to change universities.
3. Transfer To Another University:
Different universities have different rules. If the rule is in your favor, then you may be allowed to request a transfer to another college, albeit with some difficulty.
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