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Exam timetables

Check with your local examination centre

The starting times of examinations may differ slightly in different countries and at different centres. Check the information provided by your local examination centre, and discuss any queries with them.

You may have to sit two examinations in one day. If this is the case, you will usually sit one in the morning and one in the afternoon (unless otherwise stated).

The following examination timetables are currently available:

December 2017

CourseDateTime
OPM120 - Life Career DevelopmentWed 13 December10.00-12.00
OPM230 - Leading and Developing PeopleThurs 14 December10.00-12.00
OPM190 - Understanding Organizations and ChangeThurs 14 December10.00-12.00
OPM400 - Research MethodsFri 15 December10.00-12.00

March 2018

CourseDateTime
OPM250 - Learning and DevelopmentFri 23 March10.00-12.00
OPM220 - Human Resource StrategiesFri 23 March10.00-12.00
OPM140 - Work and Well-BeingWed 21 March10.00-12.00
OPM040 - International Human Resource ManagementWed 21 March10.00-12.00
OPM090 - Employee Relations and MotivationThu 22 March10.00-12.00
OPM240 - Comparative Employment RelationsThu 22 March10.00-12.00

July 2018

CourseDateTime
OPM100 - Selection and AssessmentFri 6 July10.00-12.00
OPM200 - Leadership and Performance ManagementThurs 5 July10.00-12.00

February 2018

CourseDateTime
RPM010 - Protecting Human Rights, Refugees and Displaced Persons in International Law Thurs 1 February10.00-13.00
RPM020 - An Introduction to Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (Secondary session)Thurs 1 February14.30-17.30

July 2018

Course

DateTime
RPM010 - Protecting Human Rights, Refugees and Displaced Persons in International Law (Secondary session)Thurs 12 July10.00-13.00
RPM020 - An Introduction to Refugee and Forced Migration StudiesThurs 12 July14.30-17.30

 

CourseDateTime
BAM010 - Accounting and FinanceThurs 1 March10.00-12.00
BAM020 - Economics for ManagersThurs 1 March14.30-16.30
BAM030 - Marketing for ManagersFri 2 March10.00-12.00
BAM040 - Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource ManagementFri 2 March14.30-16.30
BAM050 - Strategic ManagementMon 5 March10.00-12.00
BAM305 - Entrepreneurial MarketingMon 5 March10.00-12.00
BAM300 - Entrepreneurial Finance and Private EquityMon 5 March14.30-16.30
BAM310 - Innovation and ChangeTues 6 March10.00-12.00
BAM315 - Venture Capital and EntrepreneurshipTues 6 March14.30-16.30
BAM600 - Leadership and Ethical Decision MarkingWed 7 March10.00-12.00
BAM605 - Leadership and Management ModelsWed 7 March14.30-16.30
BAM610 - Leadership, Transformation and Organisation ChangeThurs 8 March10.00-12.00
BAM615 - Negotiation and Conflict ManagementThurs 8 March14.30-16.30
CourseDateTime
FP0001 - Foundation course: Mathematics and StatisticsMon 23 April10.00-12.00
FP0007 - Foundation course: Pure mathematicsMon 23 April14.30-16.30
FP0006 - Foundation course: SociologyTues 24 April14.30-16.30
FP0002 - Foundation course: EconomicsWeds 25 April10.00-12.00
FP0004 - Foundation course: PoliticsThurs 26 April10.00-12.00
FP0002 - Foundation course: Social PsychologyThurs 26 April14.30-16.30
FP0002 - Foundation course: International RelationsFri 27 April10.00-12.00
CourseDateTime
EN3070 - The NovelWeds 2 May10.00-13.00
EN1010 - Approaches to TextWeds 2 May10.00-13.15
EN2045 - ModernsWeds 2 May10.00-13.15
EN2035 - Augustans and RomanticsThurs 3 May10.00-13.15
EN1021 - Explorations in LiteratureFri 4 May10.00-13.00
EN3116 - American Literature Fri 4 May 10.00-13.00
EN2030 - Renaissance and RestorationFri 4 May 10.00-13.15
EN2040 - VictoriansTues 8 May 10.00-13.15
EN3118 - Language and the MediaTues 8 May10.00-13.15
EN1023 - Introduction to English LanguageTues 8 May14.30-17.30
EN1020 - Renaissance Comedy: Shakespeare and JonsonWeds 9 May10.00-13.15
EN3065 - ShakespeareWeds 9 May10.00-13.15
EN2001 - Varieties of EnglishThurs 10 May10.00-13.15
EN3117 - Language and Gender Thurs 10 May 10.00-13.15
EN3085 - Drama since 1860Fri 11 May 10.00-13.00
EN3100 - Postcolonial Literatures in EnglishMon 14 May10.00-13.00
EN2025 - Literature of the Later Middle AgesTues 15 May10.00-13.15

 

CourseDateTime
HI1003 -  State, society and the individual in the non-western world Weds 2 May10.00-12.00
HI3012 - The Crusades and the eastern Mediterranean 1095-1291Weds 2 May14.30-17.30
HI2013 - US history since 1877Thurs 3 May10.00-13.00
HI3014 - Ethnicity, identity and citizenship in the modern British lifeThurs 3 May14.30-17.30
HI1002 - History and meaningsFri 4 May10.00-13.00
HI2011 - Modern times: international economic history c.1901-1990Fri 4 May10.00-13.00
HI3015 - Modern political ideas Fri 4 May14.30-17.30
HI3019 - Politics and society in Palestine from c.1900 to 1948Tues 8 May10.00-13.00
HI1004 - The birth of western Christendom AD 300-1215Tues 8 May14.30-17.30
HI1011 - Rome to renaissance: an introduction to the middle agesTues 8 May14.30-17.30
HI1008 - British social and economic history 1945-97Weds 9 May10.00-13.00
HI3018 - Martin Luther Kind and the Civil Rights Movement in the USAWeds 9 May10.00-13.00
HI2012 - Twentieth century world historyWeds 9 May14.30-17.30
HI3020 - The clash of powers and cultures: Sino-American relations during the Cold WarThurs 10 May10.00-13.00
HI1006 - Rupublics, kings and people: the foundations of modern political cultureThurs 10 May14.30-17.30
HI2008 - From nation state to multiple monarchy: British history 1485-1649Fri 11 May10.00-13.00
HI1007 - The rich tapestry of life: a social and cultural history of Europe c.1500-1780Fri 11 May14.30-17.30
HI1009 - Conflict and identity in modern Europe c.1770-2000Mon 14 May10.00-13.00
HI2009 - British history 1770-1990Mon 14 May10.00-13.00
HI3016 - Blasphemy, irreligion and the English enlightenment 1620-1720Mon 14 May10.00-13.00
HI1010 - The camera never lies: folm, photography and history in the twentieth centuryTues 15 May10.00-13.00
HI3013 - Experience, culture and identity: women's lives in England 1688- c.1850Tues 15 May10.00-13.00

 

ModuleDate Time

Module A Examinations

Tuesday 8 May10.00

Module B Examinations

Wednesday 9 May10.00

Module C Examinations

Thursday 10 May10.00

Module D Examinations

Friday 11 May10.00

Double modules (Jurisprudence and Legal Theory)

Monday 14 May10.00

Instructions

Occasionally - if a centre is closed for a public holiday, for example - exam dates are subject to change. Dates cannot be changed at the request of students.

Please note:

  • You may only take the exams for which you have entered online.
  • You must inform us in writing, in advance, if you wish to withdraw from an exam.

Admission notice

You may enter for up to four exams per day.

These should all be included on your admission notice, which you should receive via email at least 10 days before your first exam. (Contact us if it has not arrived.)

If you have registered for more than one exam per day, only the time of the earliest exam will appear (e.g. 10:00-10:55).

How exams work

All Module A exams are grouped together in one exam booklet and are taken on the same day. The same applies to Module B, C, D, and Double-Module exams.

Each exam lasts 55 minutes, except Double-Module exams, which are 90 minutes.

If you are sitting more than one exam per day, these are taken consecutively.

Once the first exam has ended, there is a 5-minute pause for invigilators to collect exam scripts. Then the next exam begins. This continues until all your exams for that session have been completed.

CourseDate Time
DV2169 - Economic policy analysis in international developmentWeds 2 May10.00-13.00
EC3099 - Industrial economicsWeds 2 May10.00-13.00
MN3028 - Managerial economicsWeds 2 May10.00-13.00
SC2163 - Sociological theory and analysisWeds 2 May10.00-13.00
EC1002 - Introduction to economicsWeds 2 May14.30-17.30
MT2176 - Further calculus Thurs 3 May10.00-12.00
IS2138 - Information and communication technologies: principles and perspectives Thurs 3 May10.00-13.00
PS3086 - Democracy and democratisationThurs 3 May10.00-13.00
AC1025 - Principles of accounting Thurs 3 May10.00-13.15
IR2085 - International organisationsThurs 3 May14.30-17.30
IS2182 - Innovating digital systems and servicesThurs 3 May14.30-17.30
AC3091 - Financial reportingThurs 3 May14.30-17.45
MN3141 - Principles of marketingFri 4 May10.00-13.00
PS3108 - Political analysis and public choiceFri 4 May10.00-13.00
MT105A - Mathematics 1Fri 4 May14.30-16.30
MT2175 - Further linear algebraFri 4 May14.30-16.30
IR2084 - Nationalism and international relationsFri 4 May14.30-17.30
IS3139 - Software engineering: theory and applicationFri 4 May14.30-17.30
ST104A - Statistics 1Tues 8 May10.00-12.00
EC3115 - Monetary economics Tues 8 May10.00-13.00
SC3144 - Historical sociologyTues 8 May10.00-13.00
ST3134 - Advanced statistics: statistical inferenceTues 8 May14.30-16.30
DV1171 - Introduction to international developmentTues 8 May14.30-17.30
AC3097 - Management accountingTues 8 May14.30-17.45
FN1024 - Principles of banking and financeWeds 9 May10.00-13.00
IR3140 - Security in international relationsWeds 9 May10.00-13.00
MT2116 - Abstract mathematicsWeds 9 May10.00-13.00
AC3093 - Auditing and assuranceWeds 9 May14.30-17.30
SC1185 - Reading social scienceWeds 9 May14.30-17.30
EC2066 - Microeconomics Thurs 10 May10.00-13.00
IR3083 - International political theory Thurs 10 May10.00-13.00
IS3167 - Management and innovation of e-businessThurs 10 May14.30-17.30
MT3042 - Optimisation theory Fri 11 May10.00-12.00
MT1174 - Calculus Fri 11 May10.00-13.00
PS1172 - Introduction to political scienceFri 11 May10.00-13.00
MN1178 - Business and management in a global contextFri 11 May14.30-17.30
ST3133 - Advanced statistics: distribution theoryMon 14 May10.00-12.00
EC3016 - International economicsMon 14 May10.00-13.00
IS2184 - Information systems managementMon 14 May10.00-13.00
PS1130 - Introduction to modern political thoughtMon 14 May10.00-17.30
MN3032 - Management science methodsMon 14 May14.30-17.30
MT3041 - Advanced mathematical analysisTues 15 May10.00-12.00
FN3142 - Quantitative financeTues 15 May10.00-13.00
IS1060 - Introduction to information systemsTues 15 May10.00-13.00
MN2177 - Core management conceptsTues 15 May14.30-17.30
EC3120 - Mathematical economicsWeds 16 May10.00-13.00
IS1181 - Digital infrastructure for businessWeds 16 May10.00-13.00
ST104B - Statistics 2Weds 16 May14.30-16.30
MN3027 - The law of business organisationsWeds 16 May14.30-17.30
DV3166 - Global environmental problems and politicsThurs 17 May10.00-13.00
FN3092 - Corporate financeThurs 17 May10.00-13.00
AC3059 - Financial managementThurs 17 May10.00-13.00
MT1173 - AlgebraThurs 17 May14.30-17.30
SC1179 - Contemporary sociology in a global ageThurs 17 May14.30-17.30
EC2065 - Macroeconomics Fri 18 May10.00-13.00
IR2137 - Foreign policy analysisFri 18 May10.00-13.00
MT105B - Mathematics 2Fri 18 May14.30-16.30
EC3044 - Economics of development Fri 18 May14.30-17.30
MN3127 - Organisation theory: an interdisciplinary approachFri 18 May14.30-17.30
MN3075 - Human resource management Mon 21 May10.00-13.00
FN2029 - Financial intermediationMon 21 May14.30-17.30
GY2164 - Economic geographyMon 21 May14.30-17.30
IS2136 - Information systems and organisationsTues 22 May10.00-13.00
MT3095 - Further mathematics for economistsTues 22 May14.30-17.30
DV3165 - Development management Tues 22 May14.30-17.30
MT2076 - Managment mathematicsTues 22 May14.30-17.30
EC3022 - Public economicsWeds 23 May10.00-13.00
SP2079 - Elements of social and applied psychologyWeds 23 May10.00-13.00
IR1011 - Introduction to international relationsWeds 23 May14.30-17.30
IS3183 - Management and social mediaThurs 24 May10.00-13.00
PS2082 - Comparative politicsThurs 24 May10.00-13.00
EC2020 - Elements of econometricsThurs 24 May14.30-17.30
IS2062 - Information systems development and management Thurs 24 May14.30-17.30
SC3160 - Population and societyThurs 24 May14.30-17.30
FN3023 - Investment managementFri 25 May10.00-13.00
GY2109 - Geographies of development Fri 25 May10.00-13.00
AC3143 - Valuation and securities analysisFri 25 May14.30-17.30
SC3057 - Social policyFri 25 May14.30-17.30
MT3040 - Game theoryWeds 30 May10.00-12.00
IR1034 - World history since 1945Weds 30 May10.00-13.00
SC2145 - Social research methodsWeds 30 May10.00-13.00
MT3043 - Mathematics of finance and valuationWeds 30 May14.30-16.30
DV3162 - Complex emergencies and humanitarian responsesWeds 30 May14.30-17.30
IR3026 - International political economyThurs 31 May10.00-13.00
GY1009 - Human GeographyThurs 31 May14.30-17.30
MT3170 - Discrete mathematics and algebraThurs 31 May14.30-17.30
PS3088 - Politics and policies of the European UnionThurs 31 May14.30-17.30
EC3015 - Economics of labourFri 1 June10.00-13.00
IS1168 - Introduction to computer systems architectureFri 1 June10.00-13.00
EC2096 - Economic history since 1900Fri 1 June14.30-17.30
MN3119 - StrategyFri 1 June14.30-17.30

 

SubjectDate Time

LA1010 - Criminal Law

Weds 2 May10.00 - 13.15

LA3014 - Conflict of Laws

Weds 2 May14.30 - 17.45

LA1020 - Public Law

Fri 4 May10.00 - 13.15

LA3007 - Evidence

Fri 4 May14.30 - 17.45

LA3013 - Public International Law

Tue 8 May10.00 - 13.15

LA2008 - Administrative Law

Tue 8 May14.30 - 17.45

LA2001 -Tort Law

Fri 11 May10.00 - 13.15

LA1031 - Legal System and Method

Mon 14 May10.00 - 13.15

LA3026 - Intellectual Property

Mon 14 May14.30 - 17.45

LA2002 - Equity and Trusts

Tue 15 May10.00 - 13.15
LA3002 - Equity and TrustsTue 15 May10.00 - 13.15

LA1040 - Contract Law

Wed 16 May10.00 - 13.15

LA3021 - Company Law

Wed 16 May14.30 - 17.45

LA3003 - Property Law

Fri 18 May10.00 - 13.15

LA3005 - Jurisprudence and Legal Theory

Thurs 24 May10.00 - 13.15

LA2024 - EU Law

Fri 1 June10.00 - 13.15

LA3018 - Labour Law

Fri 1 June14.30 - 17.45

LA2019 - Family Law

Mon 4 June10.00 - 13.15

LA3028 - Introduction to Islamic Law

Mon 4 June14.30 - 17.45

LA2017 - Commercial Law

Wed 6 June10.00 - 13.15

LA3004 - Civil and Criminal Procedure

Wed 6 June14.30 - 17.45

LA3025 - Criminology

Fri 8 June10.00 - 13.15

LA2029 - International Protection of Human Rights

Fri 8 June14.30 - 17.45

LA3203 - Law Skills Portfolio

Wed 13 June10.00 - 11.55

 

SubjectDateTime
PAM005 - Strategic Performance ManagementMon 4 June10:00-13:15
PAM004 - Strategic Financial ManagementFri 8 June10:00-13:15