It is your responsibility to keep up-to-date with important information that we make available to you. This includes reading the module handbooks provided at the start of each module, reading emails we send to your Email Address and regularly checking StudySpace for key announcements from the University.
We expect you to attend all the appropriate teaching sessions for your course and to take notes, prepare for the class sessions by undertaking any exercises or tasks that are required of you and supplement the class sessions with independent reading. Each standard 30-credit module you are studying should be accompanied by approximately 300 hours of work including class contact time and independent study.
Furthermore, when you are attending class sessions, you are expected to be courteous and to participate at appropriate times. This means that you:
- arrive promptly for classes
- turn your mobile phone off
- are prepared to contribute to class discussions
- are quiet in the vicinity of examinations, classrooms and offices