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New Year One Students Essential Enrolment Information 2015 - 2016

There are different regulations for the different degrees but all students must take 120 credits.

BA degrees – most students have to take three subjects in the first year with each subject worth 40 credits. These will be your Single Honours subject and two Additional Subjects, or your two Joint Honours subjects and one Additional Subject. In some cases you may be required to take up to 80 credits in your Single Honours subject.  You may not choose separate, free-standing, individual modules.  For more details click BA Year One Programme Structure.

BScEcon degrees – for most students this will consist of your Honours subject(s), but some will need to take additional modules to bring their total to 120 credits. For more details click BScEcon Year One Programme Structure.

You cannot change your degree programme without the prior permission of the school(s) involved.

THE ENROLMENT PROCESS

To successfully complete Year One Enrolment, please read the information below.

BA Single Honours Enrolment Information

BA Joint Honours & Integrated Honours Enrolment Information

BScEcon Single Honours Enrolment Information

BScEcon Joint Honours & Integrated Honours Enrolment Information

Year One Subjects

Additional Subject(s) Proforma

Timetable Groups

Introductory Talks

List of "home" schools for all Humanities & Social Studies Degree Programmes

Summary of Year One BA & BScEcon Enrolment Stages

 

BELOW ARE LINKS TO THE SIX HUMANITIES & SOCIAL STUDIES SCHOOLS:-

ENCAP - English, Communication & Philosophy

MLANG - Modern Languages

SHARE - History, Archaeology & Religion

JOMEC - Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies

MUSIC - Music (except BMus)

WELSH - Welsh

 

BELOW ARE LINKS TO THE ASSOCIATE SCHOOLS FOR JOINT HONOURS STUDENTS ONLY:-

CARBS - Cardiff Business School - for Economics

LAWPL – Law & Politics – for Politics and International Relations

MATHS - School of Mathematics

SOCSI - School of Social Sciences - for Education and for Sociology

 

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