Most students don’t join an institution with the intention of transferring to another institution later.
Some students don’t even consider transferring until one or two years into a four-year program.
To begin with, changing institution does not always signify failure; rather, it demonstrates a student’s concern for his academic future.
It can tremendously help with academic performance, career development, and fulfilling life’s goals if a transfer is not made for unimportant reasons.
Here are various justifications for transferring across universities:
1.Change of programmes
When someone is not completely satisfied with the program they have been offered , this occurs.
Consider the scenario where you were accepted into a medical course and struggled to understand some medical terminology before realizing you would perform better in business-related courses. Since your current school does not provide many courses, you decided to transfer.
2. High cost of living and tuition Fee
One can choose to transfer to a school where the fees are a little bit lower if the cost of living there is too expensive and straining their financial resources.
To enroll in the same degree at a public university with reduced costs, one may choose to transfer from a private university that offers it.
3. The location of the school is not ideal
One may opt to make an inter-university transfer after thinking about the opportunities they want to pursue.
A university that is located in or close to a town is the best option if one hopes to get employment following graduation.
One may occasionally desire adventure and seek out a school away from home.
All things considered, a transfer may also be influenced by the school’s security.
4. When a challenge is desired
In this situation, one feels that the concepts or programs are too simple for them and that they would perform better in much more difficult tasks.
Consider a student with a higher grade who was offered an arts program but qualified for an engineering program at another school. This student chose to transfer to that school to enroll in the engineering program.
5. Probably the wrong school was chosen by you
Since the factors involved may not have much bearing on the situation, this rationale can be very difficult to explain.Perhaps the school hasn’t lived up to one’s expectations, or perhaps the setting is challenging to adapt to.