Transferring to NCH
Reevaluating your university or subject choice? Want to explore your options? We are here to ensure your transfer to New College of the Humanities happens as smoothly as possible.
To view the degrees you can transfer to click here
To download a prospectus click here
NCH offers a rolling admissions process which means you can make your application at any time.
Fill in the form below if you are interested in transferring to NCH and someone will be in touch within 48 hours to discuss your options.
What is a transfer?
A university transfer is when you move across universities or courses. There are many reasons to do this. It might be because you don’t like your current course, location, or have performed better than expected in exams. Once you have decided to transfer, you will need to research to find out how you should go about it. Transferring impacts your funding, and some courses aren’t compatible. If you are able to transfer to New College of the Humanities we will support you through the entire process and it make as easy as possible.
Here at NCH we welcome students who wish to transfer from other universities, however, in order to ensure that you have a sufficient foundation to flourish at the College, we have to take applications to transfer on a case by cases basis to assess how credits transfer, and if your previous studies are compatible with our programmes.
See below to fill out our transfer form if you want to transfer to NCH or click here.
Can I transfer to NCH during my first year?
If your university experience didn’t suit you and you haven’t completed first year, have dropped out, or want to change your course you can start again at another institution if your funding allows. This is known as a transfer within level.
If you realise early in your first year that your university isn’t right for you there might be the option to transfer straight to another university without redoing your application. However, if you miss this window in your first term you may have to reapply in the next cycle through UCAS, or contact universities directly to enquire about the availability of a transfer.
Can I transfer after completing my first year at another institution?
If you have completed your first year, and wish to continue in the same course you could transfer to a different university. Rather than starting your course from first year, you can transfer your credits from your first institution to your new one if the courses are compatible. Your transfer will need to comply with our Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer Policy which can be found below.
Can I transfer to NCH for my third and final year?
Unfortunately not. This is because we need you to have completed 240 credits with us to allow you to graduate.
You can find our Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer Policy here.