Spring Term timetables and modules
The University has announced that most spring term teaching will be delivered online only, with students on a small number of courses permitted to return to on-campus face-to face teaching from 8 March 2021 in addition to those already doing so.
Our dual-delivery plans are based on supporting your learning through a blend of online and face-to-face activities, whenever it is safe to do so.
Further consideration is under way in relation to Summer Term teaching and we will confirm the arrangements as soon as we are able. We remain committed to delivering face to face teaching as soon as we are permitted and we judge that it is safe to do so.
Courses with scheduled face-to-face teaching
The University has reviewed the latest guidance and available information and we will continue with scheduled face-to-face teaching where it is deemed essential to meet the learning outcomes of your course.
Within the School of Health and Social Care from 4 January:
- Allied health professions (excluding SRES)
- Oral health
- Social work
Within the School of Sports, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences, from 18 January:
From 18 March:
- Postgraduate Certificate
- Postgraduate Diploma
- MSc in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging
Within the Department of Languages and Linguistics, from 8 March:
- DIP Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting
- MA Conference Interpreting with Advanced Technologies (Chinese-English)
- MA Advanced Interpreting with Specialised Translation (Chinese-English),
- MA Conference Interpreting and Translation (Chinese-English)
Within the School of Life Sciences from 8 March:
- BSc Biomedical Science- Year 2 students
Within the Department of Literature, Film and Theatre Studies from 8 March:
- LT225 Documentary Filmmaking
- TH245 Gender in Performance
- TH343 Theatre and Human Rights
- East 15 from 8 March
- All performance courses, creative production, and stage and performance management courses
We will continue to keep essential teaching under review to ensure that these activities can be delivered in ways that safeguard the health and wellbeing of staff and students. We are still making changes to the spring term timetables to support your on campus teaching. Please check your emails for further information.
If you have face-to-face teaching scheduled in the Spring Term but are unable to attend, please contact your School or Department to discuss it.
Our plans do not affect you if you need to start or continue to study wholly online at any point during the term. Please complete the Student Study Form to tell us you need to study remotely.
In a limited number of cases, there is face-to-face teaching for students whose programmes include professional, statutory and regulatory body requirements to have face-to-face teaching or specific laboratory classes. Your Department or School will have told you if this affects your programme.