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Switching Programs - Life Sci to Eng

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Switching Programs - Life Sci to Eng

So I am in first year life science and I was wondering if it was possible to request to transfer into more than one program. Such as, I would like to request to transfer into both Engineering 1 and iBioMed 1.
Is this possible?
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I don't think this is possible. You can only be in 1 program for most faculties. Some have a combined honours program. I would meet with an academic advisor to confirm.

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