The Exeter Module Fair will allow undergraduates to make important decisions about their future.

First ever University-wide Module Fair

Students will be able to discover learning opportunities across all University of Exeter colleges for the first time at an event this week.

The Exeter Module Fair will allow undergraduates to make important decisions about their future.

At the event, held on Wednesday 16 March from 13:30 to 16:30 at the Great Hall on the Streatham Campus, information about all next year’s modules will be available.

This is a joint initiative run by the DVC Education, Professor Tim Quine, and the Students’ Guild.

Most students currently have the option of choosing up to 30 credits worth of optional modules. This is a chance for everyone to find out about modules they could take next year, both from within and outside their disciplines, and learn about modules they may not have otherwise considered.

Academics and staff from disciplines across the University, as well as current students, will be there to answer questions and provide first hand insight of what the modules are really like.

There will be representation from every College on Streatham Campus plus INTO and the Foreign Language Centre OLD Nov17.

Bethan Jones, Students’ Guild VP Education says, “This Module Fair is a fantastic opportunity for students to help each other make more informed choices about their modules next year.”

The event can be followed on social media too. The hashtag is #ExeterModuleFair.

Date: 14 March 2016

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