Programme Specifications

A Programme Specification is the definitive record for each programme offered by the University setting out the intended learning outcomes and attributes for a programme as a whole.  They serve as a reference point for delivery and assessment of the programme, its monitoring and review, and for the provision of records of study to students and alumni.

Programme specifications are published annually and therefore represent the course structure for each specific academic year.

Programme specifications have not been designed as marketing tools. Potential applicants should initially seek information on courses, including entry requirements for the next academic year, from the University’s Course Finder

2018-19 Programme Specifications

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UNDERGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2018-19

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POSTGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2018-19

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FOUNDATION

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2018-19

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INTO

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2018-19

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2017-18 Programme Specifications

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UNDERGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2017-18

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POSTGRADUATE

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2017-18

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FOUNDATION

PROGRAMMES DELIVERED IN 2017-18

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For information about previous versions of definitive course documentation for taught programmes delivered in academic year 2016-17;  2015-16 and 2014-15 please contact Academic Affairs or on telephone number 028 9097 3005.

For information about previous versions of definitive course documentation prior to 2014-15, please contact the department in which the course was delivered.