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This event offered practical advice and suggestions to those who are either transitioning between modules, or preparing to start OU study after the summer break. The event covered a range of topics for those who want to use their time off over the summer to improve on some key skills, or just a little extra guidance. Sessions covered include:

  • What happens after your module final assessment - Exploring the marking and standardisation processes which takes place to ensure you are awarded the grade that you deserve for your submitted work
  • Moving on from Access – Discussing what is different at level 1 and what should you consider as you embark on a qualification
  • Getting ready to start your studies with the OU – Advice and guidance on how to prepare for your studies effectively and what tools and resources are on offer to OU Students
  • Moving up – Answering questions about moving to the next level of study and how to focus on key skills for each stage of study
  • Study intensity – Advice on how to cope and being successful when the pressure is on if Studying full time or overlapping modules
Average: 4.5 (6 votes)

In October 2018 the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) launched a range of exciting new curriculum. This included three new BA Honours qualifications; Music, Criminology and Economics!

This event was a great opportunity to find out more about the new curriculum and talk to the academics who were involved in creating it. We also discussed new elements to some of the qualifications at Masters Level.

Average: 5 (3 votes)
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