Our Combined Honours modules have been designed in partnership with our current students, at their suggestion. They have helped to develop many specific features, including assessment methods.
If you decide to take one of these modules you'll be supported through:
- regular workshops
- dialogue with peers and teaching staff
- individual supervisory advice
Graduate development modules
If you choose to carry out a role within Combined Honours, such as:
- peer mentor
- PASS advisor
- student staff commitee rep
- officer on the Combined Honours committee
you can take one of our Graduate Development modules.
Study abroad & work placement modules
If you want to work or study abroad, we've developed study abroad and work placement modules.
You can take one of them between your second and third years of academic study.
Community project module
If you want to do a team project within a community group, we've developed a community project module.
Final year project modules
If you want to do an in-depth independent project in your final year on a topic of your choice, we've developed final year project modules.
Career development modules
The University’s Careers Service offer a suite of Career development modules. These enable students to use their work or volunteering experience to gain academic credit in their degree programme.
Find out more about career development modules by visiting the Careers Service website.
You can't take career development modules at the same time as a Combined Honours Graduate Development module.