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  1. How will my undergraduate course be taught?

    All of our undergraduate courses are taught in modules. Each module looks at one specific topic...

  2. How long does a module last?

    Modules are usually taught over one semester. Most courses will have a list of core modules that everyone will study...

  3. Will my course get harder each year?

    Courses are carefully designed so that there is a progression from one year to the next...

  4. How many hours will I be studying?

    Each module is worth a certain number of credits, depending on how much time it takes to complete...

  5. Will my study time be spent mainly by myself or in lectures?

    How you spend the 1,200 hours study time will depend on the types of study needed by your course. Some courses involve a lot of contact time...

  6. What is ELQ?

    If you already have a higher education qualification and want to study another course at the same or lower level...

  7. I already have a Bachelors degree, do I have ELQ?

    If you have a Bachelors degree (e.g. a BA or BSc) and want to study for another Bachelors level course, then you have ELQ...

  8. I already have a Bachelors degree and want to study for a Masters, do I have ELQ

    If you have a Bachelors degree (e.g. a BA or BSc) and want to study for a Masters degree (e.g. a MA or MSc) then you will not have ELQ...

  9. Will I get any loans for my studies if I have ELQ status?

    If you have ELQ status, you won't be able to get any money from Student Finance, this includes both the Tuition Fee and Maintenance Loan...

  10. Term dates

    Terms dates are published in advance of each academic year to help you plan around your studies...

  11. How do I choose my modules?

    Which optional module you can choose from is based on whether you've met the requirements of the course, including completing the mandatory modules...

  12. Can I fit my timetable around my childcare arrangements?

    While we understand that balancing childcare and study can be difficult, timetables are complex...

  13. Where will I graduate?

    After much careful thought and consideration, the University has taken the difficult – but necessary – decision to postpone the summer 2020 graduation ceremonies.

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