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We have a range of modules you can take to help you gain valuable skills and experience.
Designed to help you add to your degree, our modules are completed during term-time over your academic year. You could try student tutoring or even use your part-time job or voluntary work to gain recognised skills and academic credit. See the Career Development Module for more details.
If you're interested in building enterprise skills, then take a look at our Developing Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Employability module (NCL2100). You can complete a project within a local business and gain academic credit as well as skills and experience in the workplace. Want to take it further and run your business as part of your degree? Our Applied Entrepreneurship module (NCL3100) can help you do just that.
Undertaking a placement year through the Careers Service? You can also get academic credit: find out more about the Careers Service Placement Year Module.
You can also find the full list of modules in our Employability Modules booklet (PDF: 72KB).
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