Part-time MA students and MSc students that return from abeyance
- MA programmes – the taught content will be delivered via a combination of live-streamed online lectures and in-person on campus lectures. For students who cannot attend in-person lectures on campus, all sessions will be recorded and made available online.
- MSc programme – some modules will offer live-streamed online lectures (all such sessions will be recorded and made available online) while others will provide pre-recorded online lectures.
Seminars/tutorial/practical: COVID-related constraints permitting, as a broad guidance the School aims to deliver approximately 50% of practical sessions (e.g., workshops, labs, seminars, tutorials) in-person across the programmes. We may seek to offer more than 50% of sessions in-person where restrictions allow. It is expected that students will attend these sessions. For students who cannot attend in-person sessions on campus, online tutorials will be provided. On average, students of Brunel Design School will have at least 100 hours of in-person on campus lectures/seminars/tutorials spread across Terms 1 and 2 (access to campus permitting and in accordance with the up-to-date social distancing requirements).
Support/resources: Materials (e.g. recorded lectures) will be provided on the university’s virtual learning environment.
Assessments: Coursework will be mainly digital via WISEFlow. A few modules have exams which may be either remote or in-person on campus.