This Module Directory is primarily intended for the use of undergraduate students studying modular degrees and Associate Students (including Study Abroad and exchange students). Most modules are available to suitably qualified Associate Students – this is indicated by a 'YES' in the Associates column in the module entry in the directory.
European exchange students, please note: you have to select a minimum of 50% of your modules from within the academic school that your home university has an exchange agreement with. A maximum of 50% can be taken from within the wider faculty. If you have been nominated as an undergraduate student, you cannot take postgraduate modules (level 7) and vice versa. If you are coming on an exchange into the School of Law or the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film please do not use this Module Directory as you will receive a separate Module Directory.
On our Module Directory page the module entries are shown listed alphabetically by module Title. The School column shows the academic School which teaches the module; the Code column gives the module code which identifies the module - you should use this code when choosing your modules; the Semester column gives the period in which the module is taught: Semester 1, Semester 2, etc or Full year; the Associates column indicates whether or not the module is open to Associates – a 'YES' indicates that it is.
There is a green button to the left of each module entry – clicking on this button expands the full module description. The module description gives the following information:
When you first visit our Module Directory page modules are shown listed in alphabetical order but the information can be ordered in a number of ways to help you find the information you need.
The search box will search module titles, school names, module codes, semester and timetable for the search item entered. So for example entering "film" will give a list of all modules with "film" in the title and all modules offered by the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film.
Clicking on "Title", "School", "Code", "Semester" or "Timetable" at the top of the table will sort the items in the corresponding column in alphabetical order. Clicking on "Associates" will show you which modules are open to Associates.
To help you with your choice, below is a list of subjects you may be interested in and which school(s) they are taught in: