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PO1 2UP


The University of Portsmouth is a leading modern university with a strong reputation for teaching and research.  Many of our academics are international leaders in their fields and our students learn from experts who are pushing forward the boundaries of knowledge.

We are a University in a vibrant and historic waterfront location.  Although the university doesn’t have a campus as such, the City of Portsmouth has become the campus as most buildings and halls are within a 5 minutes walk of each other.

£100m has been invested in our buildings over the last 10 years.  Many academic areas have simulated learning environments providing you with the practical and professional skills for the future.  We have a mock court room, a Radiography VERT suite, a journalism newsroom, TV Studio and a Forensic House to name a few.  All of our courses have an emphasis on future employability and work related learning.

We are proud of our teaching record, receiving the highest possible rating in the most recent Quality Assurance Agency Audit.  Our 22,500 students , including 3,000 from over 100 different countries, are supported by 2,500 staff.  In 2011 National Students Survey places Portsmouth within the top 25 mainstream English universities for overall satisfaction with 85% of full-time students being satisfied or very satisfied with their course.

In addition the University has excellent links with industry and a strong record of student employability.  The University recruitment agency, Purple Door Careers and Recruitment (insert link http://www.port.ac.uk/business/purpledoor/), offers a wide range of careers resources, skills workshops, careers guidance and employer events to support students and graduates in gaining graduate employment.  Our experienced recruitment consultants work in collaboration with local and national businesses, charities and organisations to source graduate opportunities and assist graduates at every step of the recruitment process.

Employability

We recognise graduates enter an increasingly competitive job market. That’s why our Purple Door Careers and Recruitment provides incredible support to you and works closely with lecturers to ensure preparation for your future is an integral part of your course.

Making the most of CV-boosting opportunities

It’s all here for you; all you have to do is get involved. We encourage you to start doing something about your employability as soon as you get here. That might sound daunting, but this could be the small but useful step of finding some part-time work, talking to an adviser about how to start building your CV or volunteering. The effort you make will be rewarded as you’ll have the edge over other candidates when you graduate. We focus on helping you discover what you have to offer and how to enhance it. With our help you can develop a proactive and pragmatic approach to your career development and gain essential graduate skills and the positive work attitude employers want.

The Purple Door Careers and Recruitment (PDCR) is at the heart of the campus and your careers support. Our centre is housed in a fantastic modern space, it’s very well equipped and we still believe in the value of face-to-face support for students from professional advisers. It offers:

Facilities and information

  • our large, accessible centre, which is open all  year round
  • computers for careers-related work
  • printed and online reference materials including graduate job directories
  • handy resources to take away
  • our dedicated website, packed with useful advice, links and guides to download

Guidance

  • help with research and techniques from our experienced team
  • one-to-one guidance interviews for that personalised approach we know our students value
  • telephone and e-guidance services if you can’t drop in

Events

  • workshops to perfect your CV, and application and interview skills
  • seminars to give you an insight into particular careers
  • our Graduate Recruitment and Placement Fair where you can meet employers to get a head start

Employer links

  • our own recruitment agency working proactively to find the job that suits you best
  • exclusive opportunities resulting from our partnerships with local, regional and national employers

Enterprise opportunities

  • mentoring, enterprise teaching and networking events
  • help to make your ideas reality and develop skills in business start-up, self-employment, freelancing and consultancy
  • the chance to advance your creativity, leadership, self-knowledge and understanding of the global environment – valuable for whatever career path you follow

Our commitment

We at PDCR work hard to help our students succeed. In 2009–2010 we helped over 10,000 visitors to the centre, conducted over 2,500 career guidance interviews and advertised over 1,000 part-time jobs.

Your employability is part of your studies

At Portsmouth, careers support can be found not just through PDCR; it’s integrated into every course and across the University.

Employers tell us they want graduates to demonstrate a number of skills transferable to the workplace including self-management, problem solving, effective communication, IT literacy and team working. Every course here offers opportunities to acquire these and more.

In addition, every course includes a framework to help you take ownership of your academic and personal development, and to build career management skills. You will be able to identify career options open to you, formulate a plan and put it into action.

Study or work overseas as part of your degree

If you are interested in developing a career in the international employment market, we have a range of exciting opportunities to study or work in another part of the world as part of your degree. Studying or working abroad will give you a fun and challenging experience, the confidence to live and work in another country, new or improved language skills and an impressive international addition to your CV.

For more information, visit www.port.ac.uk/studyabroad.

Your work experience

Employers also tell us that they prefer graduates to have gained and proven employability skills through work-based or work-related challenges. At Portsmouth, you will have the chance to do just that, as every course includes work-related learning. Many have direct professional input and active engagement with businesses, or include a work placement opportunity. This ranges from short and long-term placements and volunteering tasks to the chance to learn from real employers who visit campus. And we’ll help you identify the skills you’ve developed through your work challenges. Furthermore, you can hone these skills in any job you do and at PDCR you will have access to hundreds of paid or unpaid job opportunities in the workplace or community. If you work  part time while you study, it’s not just about ‘earn while you learn’; you’ll be gaining valuable practical experience and workplace skills such as time management at the same time. But don’t just take our word for it, read what some of our students have to say:


Name: Lauren Harman

Course: LLB Law and Criminology

Year of study: Year 3

Part-time work: Team Leader – Lloyds No. 1 Bar, Adviser – Citizens Advice Bureau

I work part-time as a team leader at a bar in Portsmouth’s city centre. Working there has definitely increased my employability – my swift promotion to team leader shows my aspiration in whatever job I do. As I have to ensure no breakdown in communication occurs between the bar and the kitchen and effectively resolve any customer complaints without undermining colleagues, it’s also given me the chance to develop my customer service and communication skills. Although I was fortunate to secure this job myself, Purple Door gave me useful feedback on application forms which I’ve used when applying for training contracts. The University also helped me secure voluntary work at the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and arranged an industry mentor. As an aspiring lawyer, explaining complex legal information and negotiating successful outcomes to often stressful situations for clients in my other adviser role at CAB has given me relevant experience. I’ve also gained experience shadowing my mentor, a criminal defence lawyer. The advice and insight they’ve provided about the pros and cons of taking certain avenues to my chosen career has been invaluable.


Name: Oliver McDonald

Course: BA (Hons) Animation

Year of study: Year 3

Placement: Lionhead Studios, part of Microsoft Games Studios

It has always been my dream to work at a computer games company, so not only was it a great sense of achievement to do my placement at Lionhead  Studios, but it also helped to reaffirm my chosen career path. My role there as an animation intern included computer animation, 3D motion capture and editing, audio work and video editing on the game Milo and Kate. The atmosphere of teamwork and creativity there was great and really made me want to get up for work every morning. I interacted with different departments and managers, helping to foster my communication skills. My industry knowledge and skills improved, as I learned about large scale animation practices and computer systems, as well as motion capture. At the end, the company hired me as a contractor for three months – a position I would have never have secured if I hadn’t done the placement. This employment will no doubt be invaluable to my CV. My final show reel, help from the employment preparation unit in my course and the experience the placement has given me, should set me apart from the crowd. Having had a taste of what the real world of work is like, I am eager to get back to it!


Name: George Weeks

Course: BSc (Hons) Business Economics

Year of study: Year 2

Voluntary work: Chief Fundraiser – Shaw Trust, horticulture project

I work for the Shaw Trust, a national charity which supports disabled and disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find jobs and live more independently. Shaw Trust Horticulture Portsmouth, based at St James’ Hospital, has created a garden and nursery there and provides grounds maintenance to public spaces and domestic gardens. I approach local businesses, rotary clubs, shops and restaurants, asking them for their support in raising £10,000 to equip and provide power to the project’s latest development – a new greenhouse. Purple Door found me this voluntary work, and helped me find my part-time job and target my CV to secure a placement for  my third year. It also helped me identify several things I’d done in the past, which I’d disregarded as unimportant for my CV, but actually demonstrate skills employers look for. I fit my voluntary work round my studies and part-time job, so the experience has helped me focus on time management. I’ve also improved my problem-solving

and communication skills through it, as I’m liaising with business personnel and devising strategies to secure donations. So, not only is it rewarding work, but it’s proved majorly beneficial to my employability too.

Your link to employers

We are proud of the strong partnerships we’ve grown with local, regional and national employers and the doors these links open for our students. Our relationships with large organisations including HP, JP Morgan, IBM, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and Estée Lauder and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) alike give our students and graduates countless placement and job opportunities. One recent success saw 90 of our talented graduates employed in local SMEs because of the funding we won through a national internship scheme. Many of our academics are also practitioners themselves, bringing real-world experience and industry links to our courses. Two employers tell us how they benefit from links with our students:


Name: Rachel Welburn, Lead & Retail HR Partner

Company: Estée Lauder Companies

Here at Estée Lauder Companies we have been very impressed with the University of Portsmouth’s Purple Door Recruitment. We have used the service to recruit for our Graduate Development Programme, and paid internship and other graduate roles. The team there manages the process for us from start to finish, takes the time to understand our needs and the culture of our organisation, and presents us with a selection of high-quality candidates. Clearly, the University’s recruitment service is a valuable asset to employers and its students alike. At Estée Lauder we’ve been able to employ skilled, enthusiastic graduates to whom we might not have otherwise had access and, as we also hold careers talks at the University, can help its students gain what we require before they’ve even graduated. All of those graduates we’ve hired have been positive ambassadors for Purple Door Careers and Recruitment and the support they had offered to them.


Name: Jack Penny, Business Development Specialist

Company: IBM Global Technology Services

To attract the best candidates to our student and graduate schemes, we need to be innovative through campus events, social media and advertising. We also work closely with careers services to promote a wide range of opportunities (summer internships, placements and graduate jobs) across our business. As a University of Portsmouth graduate myself and now a Business Development Specialist at IBM, I know that work-based learning is important for employability. Purple Door Careers and Recruitment enables us to give University of Portsmouth students an idea of working life at IBM and the key skills needed within the workplace. It also allows us to better understand the needs of the student and graduate population. We attend its careers fairs and run specific IBM presentations, networking events and skills sessions. Purple Door is very proactive in working with students and helping them develop employability skills. My advice would be to take advantage of all the services and opportunities available to you, such as those that Purple Door sets up with IBM – this will ensure that you are better prepared and more employable when you graduate.

Your future

The work we do with students on enhancing their employability is effective. Employers know Portsmouth students and graduates are equipped with the attributes and enthusiasm they want, so we have good employability rates. And we don’t simply stop caring what you’re up to after you leave the University – you can use the PDCR service for up to five years after you graduate. One such graduate tells her career success story:


Name: Laura McCrea

Course: BA (Hons) Geography

Year graduated: 2005

Current job: Travel Plan Coordinator – London Borough of Southwark

I was keen to stay in Portsmouth for a while after graduating before looking further afield. I worked for a year in the University marketing department. It was good to gain work experience whilst considering other options related to my degree. I applied for trainee roles at private consultancies and local authorities. The techniques I learned from the University careers service to make my application stand out proved really useful; I secured a job as Trainee Transport Planner at Southwark in 2008 and then my current role in 2010. My job involves  assessing and developing travel plans as part of planning applications in the borough, to reduce unnecessary car use and promote the use of public transport, walking and cycling. I love it as it creates environmental efficiencies, reduced congestion and a healthier workforce. It’s really important to build up as many extracurricular activities on your  CV as possible – voluntary work, work experience, fundraising, languages etc. I took advice from the careers service, lecturers, past geography students who came back to the University to give us talks and gained work experience at summer schools for young people and at our open days. My attitude is – if you want it, keep trying! It takes determination to succeed and we were told this at university.

Our success

Known destinations of graduates from first degrees, postgraduate degrees and other undergraduate qualifications six months after graduation in 2009.

  • 84.9 per cent = our graduates* in employment or employment and further study. This compares well to the national figure of 85.4 per cent.
  • £20,200 = the average salary of our graduates** in full-time employment.
  • 53 per cent = from our graduates* who chose to continue studying, the percentage who opted for the University of Portsmouth.

*full-time, first degree UK-domiciled 2009 graduates six months after graduation

**full and part-time, first degree UK-domiciled 2009 graduates six months after graduation

Contact us

We are committed to making sure you get the most out of university life and we offer a range of services to support and guide you in a variety of ways.

For those times when you would like to improve your academic skills or need support and advice with any issue, however large or small, help is at hand from our friendly, professional Student Advice Services. We offer a range of both academic and personal support tailored to your needs. You can also visit www.port.ac.uk/studentsupport for more information on all of the services listed here.

Academic support

Academic Skills Unit (ASK)

ASK is here to help all students improve their academic skills such as:

  • academic writing
  • time management
  • using academic resources
  • understanding plagiarism
  • revision and exam techniques
  • grammar and punctuation
  • presentation skills

It provides a range of services: interactive online tutorials which allow you to work on your skills in your own time and from wherever you choose, essential skills workshops at key points in the academic year, regular drop-in consultancy sessions across the campus and one-to-one tutorials with an academic skills lecturer. Whatever your course, from social work and pharmacy, to business and engineering, ASK can help you succeed. To find out more, visit www.port.ac.uk/ask.

Maths Café

The Maths Café offers all students, on any course, free help in understanding and improving their maths and statistical skills. You can drop in at a number of locations all over campus for one-to-one support or visit the Maths Café Centre. Handouts and details of online resources on key topics are also available. For more information, visit www.port.ac.uk/mathscafe.

Personal support

The Additional Support and Disability Advice Centre (ASDAC)

If you have a specific learning difficulty, chronic illness, mental health difficulty, or physical or sensory impairment that may have an adverse impact on your ability to study, it would be extremely helpful if you could tell us on your application form. You’ll then be contacted as appropriate to discuss any special arrangements or adjustments that might be necessary to ensure that you derive the maximum benefit from your study. ASDAC will also send you an information pack, which outlines the nature and range of support available, and ensure that any necessary support is provided in a timely manner. ASDAC can provide and arrange advice and support including the provision of specialist IT support with assistive technologies, study skills support and referral to specialists. To find out more about what ASDAC offer, visit www.port.ac.uk/asdac.

Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy is there for all students, regardless of faith or world view. There is a chill-out space with free tea and coffee served all day, and you can visit if you would like to talk to someone in confidence or explore anything on your mind. A quiet room is available for reflection, thought and prayer, and there are dedicated Islamic prayer facilities. Chaplaincy also offers information about other support services and local places of worship. To find out more, visit www.port.ac.uk/chaplaincy.

Counselling Service

Counselling at Portsmouth offers help with the things that can affect your studies or prevent you from fully enjoying university life – things like stress, relationship problems and feeling anxious or depressed. Whether  you use the online resources and self-help materials, attend group workshops on issues such as stress awareness and self-esteem, or talk to one of the team face-to-face or via email, they are here to listen carefully, understand your situation and work towards a positive resolution in a way that works for you. To find out more, visit www.port.ac.uk/counselling.

Health and medical care

We hope that your time at university will be healthy and enjoyable, but it’s always a good idea to register with a doctor and a dentist as soon as you arrive. A full GP practice is situated next to the Nuffield Centre in the middle of campus. You can, of course, decide to join another practice and we have a comprehensive list of local surgeries.

Nursery

We recognise the importance of childcare and offer a pre-school nursery that prides itself on giving high quality day care at a competitive price. Children have the opportunity to learn through play using the HighScope approach in a safe, happy and stimulating environment. The nursery is registered to accept children aged between six months and five years. If you need to apply for a place, you should contact them directly as soon as you can as places are limited. For more details, visit www.port.ac.uk/nursery.

We are a cosmopolitan community with more than 4,000 international and EU students from over 100 different countries. Portsmouth attracts students from around the world and has provided learning opportunities for students from many different nations for decades.

We offer a variety of services to ensure you’ll settle into university and Portsmouth life. The International Office is dedicated to supporting international and EU students from initial enquiry through to graduation. As your main point of contact, they make sure you receive a warm welcome and obtain the support you need during your time here by providing:

  • expert advice on academic matters at higher education exhibitions worldwide
  • an international and EU student orientation programme, which includes a pick-up service from London Heathrow airport on specific dates
  • dedicated International Student Advisers
  • advice on the UK government’s points-based immigration system, visa extension applications and working regulations
  • a student mentoring scheme (‘Mix and Match’)
  • an extensive programme of social activities and coach trips to places of interest
  • an enewsletter, The Island, to exchange news and experiences with other international and EU students
  • free English courses for academic purposes
  • pre-sessional English language courses

Orientation programme

Orientation is your chance to meet staff and make new friends before you start your course. This is a great way to settle in and kick off university life. Our programme will enable you to:

  • register on your course
  • settle into your accommodation
  • obtain all the information you need about the University and city
  • meet academic staff from your department
  • learn about what support services are available to you
  • join in social events such as walking and coach tours, bowling and more
  • By the time your course starts, you will have new friends and will know your way around the campus and the city!

Airport pick-up

You will be in safe hands as soon as you arrive in the UK. We offer a coach pick-up service for a small fee on specific dates from London Heathrow airport. We collect you and bring you straight to the campus. You will be able to identify us at the airport by our purple t-shirts and our University signs. More information on this service will be sent to you with your final documents before you arrive. For more information on our Orientation Programme and tips on preparing your travel arrangements, please visit www.port.ac.uk/international/Newstudents.

Applying

For detailed information on our admissions policies and procedures, please click here.

EU students

Applications for first degree and HND courses are made online through UCAS. Please make sure that you meet all UCAS deadlines, so that the University can process your application promptly.

International (non-EU) students

International students can apply directly to the University, through an agent or via UCAS.

Exchange students

We have a number of well-established links with overseas partner universities, including Erasmus agreements. If you are studying at an institution that has a formal exchange agreement with the University of Portsmouth and you wish to apply for an exchange programme, you should contact the exchange coordinator at your university to request permission to apply and obtain a copy of the University of Portsmouth Exchanges Application form. Do not apply via UCAS. For more information, please click here.

Study Abroad programme

‘Study Abroad’ is a programme for international and EU students who are enrolled at a university outside the UK, which does not have an Erasmus or exchange agreement with the University of Portsmouth. It enables students to study at Portsmouth as part of their degree. On completion of assignments in each of the units studied, you will be able to transfer the credit back to your home institution. For more information, click here.

International College Portsmouth (ICP)

International College Portsmouth offers international (non-EU) students a direct pathway to a University of Portsmouth degree in a range of subject areas including business, engineering, law, science, computing and creative technologies. On successful completion, all ICP courses provide guaranteed progression to a University of Portsmouth degree. For International College Portsmouth (ICP) entry requirements, please click here.

University of Portsmouth

University House,

Winston Churchill Avenue,

Portsmouth,

Hampshire,

PO1 2UP

 

Tel: 023 9284 8484 

Fax: 023 9284 3082 

Email: info.centre@port.ac.uk

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Course Assessment
Coursework
44% of assessment by coursework
Written
53% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
100%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

68%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

92%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

88%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

88%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

92%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (25%)
2:1 (50%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (5%)
Biochemistry
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Course Assessment
Coursework
47% of assessment by coursework
Written
50% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
100%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

68%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

92%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

88%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

88%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

92%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (25%)
2:1 (50%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (5%)
Biology
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Course Assessment
Coursework
42% of assessment by coursework
Written
55% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
92%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

57%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

83%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

58%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

89%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

81%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (40%)
2:1 (55%)
2:2 (5%)
Third (0%)
Biology
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Course Assessment
Coursework
46% of assessment by coursework
Written
52% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
90%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

80%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

51%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

88%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

81%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (30%)
2:1 (56%)
2:2 (13%)
Third (1%)
Biomedical Science
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Course Assessment
Coursework
50% of assessment by coursework
Written
41% of assessment by written exam
Practical
9% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
94%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

62%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

79%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

82%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

82%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

85%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (15%)
2:1 (50%)
2:2 (30%)
Third (0%)
Business And Human Resource Management
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Course Assessment
Coursework
75% of assessment by coursework
Written
21% of assessment by written exam
Practical
4% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
90%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

63%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

88%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

85%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

90%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

73%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (25%)
2:1 (45%)
2:2 (15%)
Third (15%)
Business And Management
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Course Assessment
Coursework
64% of assessment by coursework
Written
34% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

54%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

85%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

63%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

91%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

80%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (53%)
2:1 (44%)
2:2 (0%)
Third (3%)
Business And Systems Management
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Course Assessment
Coursework
79% of assessment by coursework
Written
19% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
78%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

63%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

44%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

89%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

67%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (5%)
2:1 (60%)
2:2 (30%)
Third (0%)
Business Economics
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Course Assessment
Coursework
46% of assessment by coursework
Written
47% of assessment by written exam
Practical
7% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
93%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

86%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

75%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

79%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

68%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (39%)
2:1 (50%)
2:2 (9%)
Third (2%)
Business Enterprise Development
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Course Assessment
Coursework
66% of assessment by coursework
Written
31% of assessment by written exam
Practical
3% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
78%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

52%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

63%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

44%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

89%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

67%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (5%)
2:1 (60%)
2:2 (30%)
Third (0%)
Business Information Systems
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Course Assessment
Coursework
79% of assessment by coursework
Written
19% of assessment by written exam
Practical
2% of assessment by practical exams
National Student Survey Results
100%

Teaching
Teachers are able
to explain things well

71%

Assessment
Feedback on my work
helps me to understand

94%

Academic Support
I've received sufficient
advice & support

97%

Organization
Courses were
well-organised and run smoothly

90%

Learning Resources
Library resources
are good enough

90%

Interest
Staff have made
the subjects interesting

Average Tuition Fees
English
£9,000
Northern Ireland
£9,000
Scotland
£9,000
Wales
£9,000
Average Salary
£0
What did students get?
First (25%)
2:1 (45%)
2:2 (25%)
Third (10%)