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ASK: Academic Skills

Gain support from Academic Skills Advisers in 1:1 appointments, workshops and drop-ins. See the website for more.

Peer Support

Gain support and guidance in a relaxed, informal environment from higher year students who have been in the same position. See the website for more.

Things to Consider
Challenges of Interdisciplinarity

College of Humanities

Click on the Subjects below to find links to modules that you could be taking next year.

If you are interested in taking any of these modules please contact your course administrator to check that you are able to do so, as well as the relevant departments for more information.

N.B. The modules listed are based on data available at the time of issue and are subject to change. Many modules will have limited spaces so you are not guaranteed a place and departments may prioritise students from their own discipline.

Let us know what you think of the Online Module Fair and how we can improve for future years.

Language modules are a fantastic opportunity to appreciate a different culture whilst learning a new language in a supportive and engaging environment. The classes provide a refreshing change from other modules, including different forms of assessment and the chance to work with students from other disciplines and year groups. I have especially enjoyed this as the seminars allow you to interact with a range of students, forming great working relationships with both your peers and the lecturer. Aside from all the benefits of learning a language, the seminars provide an excellent setting to nurture your communication and creativity, which are invaluable skills for any undergraduate. Looking back at my degree, Spanish has been a highlight and I am certain that all the language modules available in the FLC will be fun and fulfilling if you decide to try them.

Rhea

Human Sciences