The programme offers a variety of highly engaging learning materials and activities.
The programme is delivered online and there is no requirement to come to the UK as part of your studies.
Creative interactive learning is delivered through Coursera - the world’s largest online learning platform, to provide you with an immersive learning experience.
Our flexible online programme allows you to work around your own schedule and leads to a globally-recognised qualification.
Your learning experience will be enhanced with an accessible and attractive virtual learning platform. And there are opportunities for self-assessment so you can understand your own progress.
When you register, we will give you access to the Student Portal. With this you can access your University of London email account and other key resources including:
- The Student Guide with useful information about your relationship with the University of London through to your graduation.
- The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) provides you with access to the online Reach Out Forum and discussion areas which allow students to communicate with each other.
- Sample examination questions and formative quizzes aid your revision and tutors hold live tutorial webinars plus provide online support throughout each study session.
- As a registered student, you will have free access to the University of London’s Online Library with over 100 million electronic items, and further items can be requested via the library's Inter-Library loans service with the British Library.
- Senate House Library provides free reference access for all registered distance and flexible learning students.
Are you affected by US-imposed restrictions?
United States export control regulations prevent Coursera from offering services and content to users in certain countries or regions. More information about which countries or regions are affected can be found on Coursera's website.
Coursera must enforce this restriction in order to remain in compliance with US law and, for that reason, we advise that all learners check this information before applying to the programme.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have appropriate internet access for this Programme and that you meet any related technical requirements for your Programme.
Each 30-credit module comprises weekly topics, corresponding to the key content items detailed in the module descriptors.
Your study equates to approximately 10 - 12 hours of directed learning per week.
During your study period you will undertake formative assessments, which help you to measure your progress but do not count towards your grade.
You will also take summative assessments, which do count towards the final grade. Summative assessments comprise multiple choice question tests evenly spaced out throughout the study session and an online exam at the end of the session.
All assessments are 100% online.
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