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Welcome Programme. 18 September to 26 September 2008. 1. Course Introductory Meeting Session 1. Undergraduate Centre TB2. 1. Welcome to the University. Welcome to London Metropolitan University, on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Brian Roper and all the staff

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welcome programme

Welcome Programme

18 September to 26 September 2008

welcome to the university


Welcome to the University
  • Welcome to London Metropolitan University, on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Brian Roper and all the staff
  • Very pleased that you chose this University
  • Brief history and current context of LondonMet
    • Significant investment, in terms of financial and personal commitment (on your part – as a student) – wish you every success
  • Welcome Programme designed to help you fit in, settle down, find your way around, and not least – to make new friends
welcome programme schedule 1


Welcome Programme Schedule (1)
  • Set out in Welcome Programme Booklet
    • Undergraduate Courses (Single) North
    • Undergraduate Courses (Joint) North

Q. Have you got the right booklet?

  • Course Introductory Meetings
    • an opportunity to meet
      • the staff who teach, administer or provide advice and guidance on your courses
      • your fellow students
    • a chance to get a taste of what university study is like
welcome programme schedule 2


Welcome Programme Schedule (2)

The programme will comprise:

  • Four half day sessions (course introductory meetings) during which
    • the structure of the course will be explained
    • class timetables will be issued
    • arrangements for your academic support are covered
    • you will participate in subject based and other ‘ice breaker’ activities
  • Single Honours, HND/HNC, Foundation Degrees
    • 4 sessions, as listed in your Welcome Programme (WP) Booklet; Sessions 1 and 4 are organised by your Undergraduate Centre while Sessions 2 and 3 are subject based
  • Joint Honours Degrees
    • 4 half days, designated Session 1 - 4 in the Welcome Programme (WP) Booklet. Sessions 1 and 4 are organised by your Undergraduate Centre, Sessions 2 and 3 are subject based and you will spend one session with each of your two subjects
welcome programme schedule 3


Welcome Programme Schedule (3)
  • In addition to the Course Introductory Meetings, there are:
    • Designated Enrolment Session – see WP Booklet
      • all students need to attend this session
      • you will be issued with an ID Card (essential for entry to buildings and access to the facilities)
    • Information Technology, Library and Study Skills Session – see WP Booklet; all students need to attend in order to get the most out of the facilities the university offers to support learning
    • Student Services and The Students’ Union Session – see WP Booklet
    • Departmental Social Event – see WP Booklet
    • Programme of Events organised by the SU
      • see ‘Best Entertainment’ booklet in Welcome Pack
introduction to the department


Introduction to the Department
  • Location
  • Profile – teaching/research
  • Course(s)
    • course leaders
  • Modules
    • module leaders
  • Staff
    • accessibility/office hours/departmental office
ice breaker activity


‘Ice Breaker’ Activity
  • Who is sitting next to you? around you?
  • Where are they from?
  • What course are they doing?
  • What do you have in common? Interests?
  • Spend 4 - 5 minutes talking to those sitting around you
undergraduate centre s 1


Undergraduate Centre(s) (1)

Undergraduate Centres are located at:

City Campus

Moorgate: Room MG102, First Floor email: ugcentre.moorgate@londonmet.ac.uk

Tower Hill: Room TH205, Second Floor email: ugcentre.towerhill@londonmet.ac.uk

Calcutta House: Room GN24, email: ugcentre.calcutta@londonmet.ac.uk

Ground Floor

Central House: Room CE202, email: ugcentre.central@londonmet.ac.uk

Second Floor

North Campus

Stapleton House, SH104, First Floor email: ugcentre.stapleton@londonmet.ac.uk

Tower Building One: Room BE L100 email: ugcentre.towerone@londonmet.ac.uk

Spring House: Room E103, First Floor email: ugcentre.spring@londonmet.ac.uk

Ladbroke House: Room LHG20, email: ugcentre.ladbroke@londonmet.ac.uk

Ground Floor

Tower Building Two, Room M184, email: ugcentre.towertwo@londonmet.ac.uk

First Floor

undergraduate centre s 2


Undergraduate Centre(s) (2)


  • To provide readily accessible advice and support to students (and staff) on your bachelors degree/foundation degree/hnd,c/preparatory programmes


  • Provide academic counselling, guidance and advice
  • Arrange opportunities with or access to Personal Academic Advisers (PAAs) or
  • Provide programme planning advice and support
  • Information provision (course handbooks, timetables) and associated administrative activities
  • Support during Welcome Programme
  • Liaison with Student Services and the Undergraduate Registry
  • You have been assigned to a designated UG Centre
  • You can contact your Centre by phone, email or in person



Q. When will I receive my personal timetable?

A. In Session 4

or from your Undergraduate Centre

or on-line (you will need a working network login to view your timetable on line)

All full-time students starting at Certificate Level have a programme of four compulsory modules. Most modules have a lecture and workshop/seminar/practical activities and these will be described on your personal timetable

You must be ready to start going to all your classes next week

personal academic advisers paas 1


Personal Academic Advisers (PAAs) (1)
  • All students have been assigned to a specified UG Centre
  • You can contact your Centre by phone, email or in person
  • You will be advised which member of the academic staff will be your Personal Academic Adviser
  • You can make an appointment to meet with your PAA via the Centre
  • If your PAA is not available, another Adviser will be able to assist you via the ‘drop in’ facility; in many cases a Course Administrator will also be able to assist you
personal academic advisers paas 2


Personal Academic Advisers (PAAs) (2)
  • Your PAA will pay a key role in advising you about:
    • your programme of studies
    • a range of matters to do with your life at University
    • the modules for your course
    • choosing options
    • finding out more about the content of modules
    • approving your programme of studies
    • obtaining extra learning support (as appropriate)
    • withdrawing from a module; transferring courses; interrupting your studies; changing your mode of attendance
    • problems following assessments
    • Credit for prior study (known as AP(E)L)
    • Student Services/the Undergraduate Registry


  • University Student Handbook
  • Course Handbooks
university student handbook


University Student Handbook
  • Locations of Departments
  • Department of Academic Administration
    • enrolment
    • personal data – your student record
    • identity card
    • examination and assessment matters, including timetables
    • evision – look up your student record
    • tuition fee policy
  • University’s Undergraduate Modular Scheme (UUMS)
  • International Students
  • Student Services
  • Learning Resources
  • Students' Union
  • Campus Services
  • Health and Safety
  • Regulations and Policies, e.g.
    • Student Complaints Procedure
    • Equality and Diversity
    • Appeals
course handbook s


Course Handbook(s)
  • Each Course Handbook provides specific information on the course identified, whether Single, Joint Honours or foundation degree/hnd/hnc/ preparatory programmes
  • Joint Honours students will have two course handbooks
  • Not everything is relevant now BUT keep it safe for reference throughout the course
  • Contents
    • The Academic Department
    • Being a student at London Metropolitan University
    • Communications – how to keep in touch
    • Sources of information and advice
    • Details of the course/course structure
    • Module summaries
    • Marking and assessment
    • Study resources and facilities
    • Course Specific Regulations
using the london met web site


Using the London Met web site
  • The University Homepage is www.londonmet.ac.uk
  • Undergraduate information is at www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy
  • From here you can view
    • Course structures for single and joint honours degrees
    • Module Outlines that describe syllabus and assessment
    • Your individual timetable (requires a working network login)
    • Your assessment and programme planning information (this facility is called Evision and requires a working network login)
    • To access all these pages go tohttp://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy
structure of undergraduate degrees


Structure of Undergraduate Degrees


Single Honours

Joint Honours

Level 1


Single Honours

Major/Minor Honours

Joint Honours

Level 2


Single Honours

Major/Minor Honours

Joint Honours

Level 3



Each level involves 8 modules of study, 4 in each semester (full time)

Normally you have 15 weeks of teaching and assessment activities for each module in the semester

key features of the undergraduate degree 1


Key Features of the Undergraduate Degree (1)
  • Courses made up of modules; normally need 24 modules to complete an honours degree or 16 for an HND or Foundation Degree
  • Some modules are compulsory (called core modules); you will normally also be able to choose designated options from those offered by your subjects
  • Almost all courses allow students to choose some modules from outside the subject (e.g. foreign languages). These are called elective choices
  • Full-time students at certificate level will normally have four compulsory modules in their first semester
key features of the undergraduate degree


Key Features of the Undergraduate Degree

3 core spine modules

Certificate level 1 Higher Education Orientation Module (HEO)

in the first semester, to assist you to build up a Personal Development Plan (PDP)

Intermediate level 2 a module specifically designed to provide an opportunity to think about your personal development via aspects of employability and professional practice in your subject

Honours level 3 a project module which takes a problem- based approach – asking you to investigate, analyse,

prepare solutions which help you to prepare for graduation

personal development plan pdp


Personal Development Plan (PDP)
  • Your Personal Development Plan will act as a record of your achievements
  • Aim
    • to help you achieve a universal set of graduate features
    • enhanced self awareness and self confidence
    • improved autonomy in learning
    • employability
    • intellectual and subject specific achievements
    • general transferable qualities and skills
  • In each year of the course there will be a module in which developing your PDP will form part of the assessment
  • Use it to reflect on a range of learning opportunities you engage in – study, voluntary work, paid work, leisure and general interests
heo module semester 1


HEO Module – Semester 1
  • All Undergraduate Degree students take a Higher Education Orientation module as part of their first semester programme. The module code will have an H in the 4th character.
  • Aims
    • to develop an ability to learn at the level in the subject area, through working with a peer group
    • to understand and use oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and skills associated with identifying, analysing and evaluating information appropriate to the course
    • to begin to draw up a profile of personal and professional attributes
    • to identify personal development needs
graduate attributes our approach to skills


Graduate Attributes – our approach to skills

Your course has been designed to develop the following attributes:

A1 Self Awareness

to have the ability of knowing oneself and be able to understand and clarify personal strengths and weaknesses through personal development planning; to be able to develop career management tools and represent one’s own abilities with confidence and self esteem

A2 Performance in a variety of contexts

to have the attribute of understanding the limits and applicability of the subject discipline and to be able to perform as a graduate in a variety of contexts by an awareness of the subject and the wider picture, and be able to communicate this effectively

A3 An ability to be creative and ethical

to have the attribute of working through problems and making creative and purposeful change and adaptation with an awareness of ethical and moral codes and demonstrating integrity of conduct and a respect for cultural diversity

break out activities


Break-Out Activities
  • Individual
  • Group
  • Course based
    • course handbooks
the undergraduate academic year 2008 2009


The Undergraduate Academic Year 2008-2009

Autumn Semester

Welcome Programme 18 September 2008 - 26 September 2008

Teaching 29 September 2008 - 12 December 2008

Christmas Break 15 December 2008 - 2 January 2009

Revision, Reading or Teaching 5 January 2009 - 9 January 2009

Examinations (City and North) 12 January 2009 - 30 January 2009

Spring Semester

Teaching 2 February 2009 - 3 April 2009

Easter Break 6 April 2009 - 17 April 2009

Teaching 20 April 2009 - 1 May 2009

Revision, Reading or Teaching 4 May 2009 - 8 May 2009

Examinations (City and North) 11 May 2009 - 28 May 2009

the undergraduate academic year 2008 9 2


The Undergraduate Academic Year 2008/9 (2)

In addition to these fixed dates, here are other events in the year

September Results of August re-assessments or late assessments published

November Programme Planning (on-line) to confirm Spring Semester programme of studies Student module choices for Autumn Semester visible on evision (at http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk) - any omissions in your record should be reported to your Undergraduate Centre

December Exam timetables for Autumn Semester published and displayed

March Results of January assessments published on http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk

March/April Programme Planning information sent

April/May Programme Planning (on-line) to confirm programme of studies for next year. Exam timetables for Spring Semester published and displayed

July Results of May assessments published on http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk Continuing students may print off a record of their modules and results from these pages; official certified transcripts are available on request from the Undergraduate Registries (fee payable). All students completing their award will be sent official transcripts

August Instructions for completing re-enrolment sent to continuing students. Exam timetables published and displayed for students taking re-assessments in August

the undergraduate registry 1


The Undergraduate Registry (1)
  • You will need to visit an Undergraduate Registry for certain key activities
  • UG Registries are located at both City and North campuses
  • You should normally visit the UG Registry closest to your UG Centre
  • Principal functions are to:
    • assist with enrolment
    • amend any of your personal details on the student record system (this can also be done on-line using the evision facility)
    • help with queries related to fees
    • receive course work and provide you with a receipt; you can also see the status of your coursework on the Evision system
  • Main locations are Room G12 Calcutta House (City Campus) and TBM1-32 Tower Building (North Campus)
the undergraduate registry 2 continued


The Undergraduate Registry (2) (continued)
    • receive requests for and deal with mitigating circumstances forms
    • assist with examination clashes, or special examination arrangements
    • manage assessment and re-assessment activities, including grade queries
    • provide forms if you wish to withdraw, interrupt your studies or make a complaint
    • provide transcripts and confirmation of your qualification on completion of your studies
    • publish and communicate results, including on line
    • submit applications for assistance through the Access to Learning Funds
  • Accessible via Evision or the University’s intranet
role of student services


Role of Student Services
  • There are Student Service Offices on both campuses which can assist you with
    • childcare services
    • disability, dyslexia or other learning development matters
    • personal counselling
    • financial support and/or hardship
    • career development
    • employment needs
  • Contactable via www.londonmet.ac.uk/student-services
  • City Campus – Ground Floor, Calcutta House
  • North Campus – First Floor, Piazza, Tower Building
succeeding as a student


Succeeding as a Student

 Managing Assessment

 Passing Modules

 Getting Your Degree/Diploma

your registered programme
Your Registered Programme
  • Each semester you will be asked to confirm the modules that you are taking and can seek advice from your Personal Academic Adviser about choices that are available to you.
  • A full-time student will normally take 4 modules (60 credits) in each semester; a part-time student will take 1, 2 or 3 modules each semester (15-45 credits).
  • You must hand in all items of coursework assessment and attend all exams for your registered programme otherwise you will not be able to complete your course on-time, would incur further debt and in some cases may have to repay student loans to which you would no longer be entitled.
attending classes
Attending Classes
  • If you are a new student at Certificate Level then every module in your programme will have at least one timetabled class per week. Attendance is monitored by the University via turnstiles and by class registers and you are expected to attend all classes.
  • These will appear on the personal timetable that your UG Centre gives you later this week.
  • The University understands that some students work part-time to support themselves; this must be arranged around your classes and you should be aware that part-time work beyond about 15 hours per week is likely to affect your success.
  • In order to reduce the need for students to work, the University has a programme of grants to students called 'bursaries'; these are not loans and do not need to be repaid. Typical bursaries range from £300 to £1000 per year, the amount depending on your circumstances.
  • All eligible students (sorry - bursaries are not available to International students) should apply as soon as possible. See http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/londonmet/library/v52034_3.pdf.
  • 'Home' students claim their bursary through completing form PN1 and sending to the Student Loans Company. Some EU funded students are also eligible for support.
  • Payment of bursaries is in instalments and is conditional on you attending classes and handing in all assignments.
how assessment works


How Assessment Works
  • Each student has a programme of modules for each semester of study
  • Each module has assessment tasks:
    • exams, essays, in-class tests, presentations, portfolios
  • The marks for each assessment task are combined together to produce the outcome
    • normally 40% pass mark for undergraduate modules.
    • required to attempt all items of assessment.
when will my assessments happen


When will my assessments happen?
  • Coursework (essays, class tests etc) will need to be done during the semester; details of timings are in the Module Booklet and at http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk.
  • Exams take place between
    • 12th January and 30th January (Autumn Semester)
    • 11th May and 28th May (Spring Semester)
  • If you attend regularly but fail a module you will normally be able to do a re-assessment (repeating the assignments you did not pass) during July/August.
  • HOWEVER, if you pass a module after doing a re-assessment, your mark for that module will be recorded as only 40%.
how do i hand in my work


How do I hand in my work?
  • All essays and other similar assignments are handed in to the Undergraduate Registry closest to where you study:
    • Room M132 Tower Building, North Campus
    • Room G12 Calcutta House, City Campus
    • Room MG101 Moorgate Building, City Campus
    • LHG20 Ladbroke House, North Campus
  • You will need to attach a 'coursework coversheet' to each submission. You should print these from your University account (http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk) and the barcode on your coversheet will allow you to track the receipt of your work – receipts will also be visible on your Evision account.
  • Essays and similar coursework must not be handed in during classes or to other offices. Local arrangements may exist for lab books/workshop portfolios and artefacts.
managing deadlines
Managing Deadlines
  • At the start of each semester you need to plan your workload so that you are able to submit all work on time and attend your exams. Late submission (up to two weeks after the deadline) will result in a penalty being applied and the result of the module will be capped at 40%. Work submitted after the two week period will not be marked.
  • If your ability to hand in work on time is seriously affected by illness etc you may be able to make a claim under the University's procedure called 'Mitigating Circumstances' and if you meet the criteria you will receive an unpenalised mark.
  • It is not possible for Module Leaders to give extensions to deadlines.
examination timetable


Examination Timetable
  • Exam dates are published during week 11 of the semester (final week of the Autumn Term in this semester);
  • Can be found on noticeboards and via the web (see http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/examtrack/; important to check before you leave for Xmas vacation and report any clashes;
  • Exams may be scheduled at any of the university’s sites or in external accommodation.
succeeding as a student1


Succeeding as a Student
  • Some modules specify that you must pass all the components of assessment and if so this will be stated in your Module Booklet. In most modules, though, it is sufficient to obtain a mark of 40% overall.
  • If you are unsure whether your work is good enough to pass, seek the advice of your Module Leader or use the facilities of the Learning Development Unit.
  • Remember that if you stop attending classes or don't hand in assignments then you will not be able to complete your course on time and may be asked to leave your course.
completing certificate level


Completing Certificate Level
  • As described above, you can only compete the Certificate Level (first year) of your course if you attend regularly and submit all your assignments/attend examinations. In addition, to complete the Certificate Level you must also:
    • Pass at least 6 of your 8 modules; you must also obtain a mark of at least 25% in the 7th and 8th modules.
    • Pass any modules that are specially identified for your course (see Course Handbook);
  • University looks at your profile in July and again in September after re-assessments.
  • If you don’t pass enough modules you will have to repeat all or part of your first year before moving on. You may even be asked to leave the University.
contacting ug centres paas 1
Contacting UG Centres/PAAs (1)


  • Contact can be made
    • in person, via your Centre
    • via email
    • by phone
  • The number of meetings will vary according to individual student need/circumstances, but likely to be more frequent in year 1
  • Scheduled meetings will be required for
    • Programme Planning (minimum twice a year)
    • Performance Review (post result publication)
    • Review of PDP
contacting ug centres paas 2
Contacting UG Centres/PAAs (2)


  • Allocation to personal academic adviser
    • the allocation of particular cohorts/groups of students to individual members of staff will occur as soon as possible (notification will come from the UG Centre)
    • in the interim, contact your UG Centre, where academic and/or administrative staff will be available to assist
managing your learning on line


Managing Your Learning On-Line

Web-Based Support for Study at LondonMet

why on line resources


Why On-line Resources?
  • Module Leaders, Undergraduate Centres and Course Leaders can provide much information but it is also available in printed form (Course Handbooks) and on-line;
  • Avoids queues and available 24 hours a day;
  • Printed documentation can be expanded on and modified.
how to access information


How to access information
  • Most applications are linked to your ‘network login’ as printed on your ID Card.
  • This account should already be active and you can log in from any university computer; your password will initially be your date of birth as ddmmyy.
  • Your ‘network login’ is also your email address (login at http://webmail.londonmet.ac.uk/). You can set this to auto-forward emails to hotmail etc, but important information will be sent to you at this address some you must make sure you are checking regularly .
evision viewing your academic record on line


Evision – viewing your academic record on-line
  • Evision is the university’s system for publishing academic details on the web; students can log in using network login at
    • http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk
  • You can view the information held on
    • personal details, address, email, phone etc (if your details change you can update the information yourself);
    • modules registered in current year
    • module results and details of any re-assessments
    • coursework that you have submitted
  • Evision will be used for you to record your module choices in November and again in March.
course and module information


Course and Module Information
  • Details about all the undergraduate programmes that the university offers are at:
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy/courses
  • HND, Foundation Degree and Preparatory Level structures can be found at
    • https://intranet.londonmet.ac.uk/prog-plan/higher-line/
  • Can view
    • the structure of courses including lists of compulsory and optional modules;
    • module specifications including what assessment tasks are required;
    • provisional half-day timeslots for modules.
    • a full catalogue of all the modules offered by the university
individual and course timetables


Individual and Course Timetables
  • New full-time starters will normally have a compulsory programme for the Autumn Semester;
  • Students who have completed enrolment will have these four modules on their record by the end of the Welcome Programme;
  • Where possible seminars and lectures will have been assigned and an individual timetable with rooms is available.
  • Part-time students and those entering Year 2 or Year 3 will need to choose modules, so timetables will be available in week 1.
check your timetable


Check your Timetable
  • If you are a full-time student you should have classes for four different modules.
  • Please attend the classes that you have been allocated to; we can only make changes exceptionally in weeks 1-2.
  • All classes begin next week (w/c 29th September) which is week 5 of timetable system!
  • You can check your classes/rooms at
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy/personaltimetables.cfm
city campus


City Campus
  • Check you know where the rooms are; the first letters will indicate the building in which the class happens:
    • CM = Calcutta House
    • GS = Goulston Street
    • MG = Moorgate
    • TH = Tower Hill
    • JS = Jewry Street
    • CE = Central House
    • CR = Commercial Road
north campus


North Campus
  • Check you know where the rooms are; the first letters will indicate the building in which the class happens:
    • TM or T = Tower Building, Main Holloway Road
    • SH = Stapleton House
    • LH = Ladbroke House
    • BE = Benwell Extension (within Tower Building)
    • BR = Benwell Road (within Tower Building)
    • EG = Eden Grove
    • LC = Learning Centre
    • GC = Graduate Centre
    • Main IT Studios are within Tower Building
learning resources and module web sites


Learning Resources and Module Web Sites
  • Many Certificate Level modules have set up ways in which teaching materials and key information can be made available on-line.
  • Check out the list of module websites and the ‘virtual learning’ resources at:
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/metlearn
those web addresses again


Those web addresses again!
  • For details of your email account
    • http://webmail.londonmet.ac.uk
  • For Evision – your results and module choices
    • http://evision.londonmet.ac.uk
  • For course and module information
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy (UG Degree) or https://intranet.londonmet.ac.uk/prog-plan/higher-line/ (HND/FD)
  • For module websites
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/weblearn
  • For up to date timetables and rooms
    • http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/ugstudy/personaltimetables.cfm
welcome programme checklist 1


Welcome Programme Checklist (1)

By the end of the Welcome Programme you should

Have enrolled and have received an ID card allowing access to University buildings

Paid your tuition fees or made arrangements to pay (where appropriate)

Have found out what financial support you are eligible for

Have received a Course Handbook

Have been issued with a copy of the University Student Handbook

Know where to access details of modules that make up your course

Know where the nearest Undergraduate Registry is

Know where your course noticeboard is

Have received a timetable of classes for the Autumn Semester

Know which rooms to go to and at what times for classes

Know the location of your Undergraduate Centre and who your Personal Academic Adviser is

welcome programme checklist 2


Welcome Programme Checklist (2)

By the end of the Welcome Programme you should

Have emailed your Undergraduate Centre

Know the name and location of the Course Leader

Know the name of your Department

Know where and how to submit coursework and how to find out when work is due

Have looked at the sections of the University’s website that advise on course and module structures, regulations, procedures and processes

Know where and how to look up information about your modules and results

Know how to look up timetable information on the university’s website

Know what a Personal Development Plan is and which module will be co-ordinating its completion (degree students only)

Made an application for Accreditation of Prior (or Experiential) Learning if relevant qualifications or experience apply

welcome programme checklist 3


Welcome Programme Checklist (3)

By the end of the Welcome Programme you should

Know where to go when needing financial advice

Have got a University IT password and email account and know how to link it to an external ISP

Have had a library induction and know how to use the catalogue

Have got your NUS card

Have found out where to go for advice and help (financial, emotional, job related, spiritual, related to disability/dyslexia)

break out session topics


Break-Out Session – Topics
  • Issue of individual timetables
  • Deal with questions/queries
  • Importance of Attendance
  • Review Weeks 5 - 6
  • Programme Planning/Module Registration Weeks 7 - 8
  • PDP and related matters
  • Start of all classes next week, including Seminar/ Workshop/Tutorial Groups