Q: starting time
Asked by Naailah
Again thanks for your advices!! In terms of the timetable,do you have to go 2 uni everyday? and what time it starts and finish? and how is the 1st year-very intensive?
A: Answer from Student Ambassador Hollie
Answered on 5 Apr 2012 by Hollie
I don't know for all science courses but I would think for most it is timetabled between 15-20 hours a week. I don't have to go to uni everyday for every week of the semester. Some weeks I have had to be in everyday, others only three times a week. It just depends how the module is laid out. Also it is hardly ever a full day it is mainly three to four hours in. The day could start as early as nine and finish as late as six.
I do think the first year was more full on the timetable than the other years have been but the modules are just to prepare you for the next to years.
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