Students will take 180-credits worth of modules (including 60 credits for the dissertation) across the year, with three hours contact time per taught module.
Lectures and seminars will be available online. Throughout the academic year students will have the opportunity to participate on one day per week on average in seminars, interactive workshops or cohort activities in-person on the Brunel campus (subject to social distancing and shielding restrictions and to local and national regulations). In the event of a further lockdown all teaching will continue to be provided online.
Interaction with lecturers, tutors and fellow students will be at least as extensive as in pre-COVID times, if not more so.
Students are expected to undertake approximately 16 hours per module per week of personal study that will include activities such as reading books and journal articles in preparation for seminars and preparing coursework, including the dissertation.