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CHOOSING MODULES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM For general information on modules including the definition of a module and how to register for
 

Summary: CHOOSING MODULES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM
For general information on modules including the definition of a module and how to register for
modules please see Pathway 2 Nottingham www.nottingham.ac.uk/pathways/international_route_1
Schools and Departments at Nottingham
Study Abroad and Exchange students should select modules from a maximum of three
Schools/Departments at the University of Nottingham. For a list of Schools and Departments
please see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/departments/a-z.aspx
In the UK students normally follow a set degree programme from one School/Department.
Students do not study modules from a number of different Schools/Departments.
Choosing modules from more than one School/Department may well lead to timetable clashes
which will cause problems when finalising your programme of study.
What is the module catalogue?
The online Module Catalogue http://modulecatalogue.nottingham.ac.uk/nottingham/ provides
information on which modules are offered at the University of Nottingham. Modules which are available
to Study Abroad and Exchange students are listed as "available to JYA/Erasmus". The module
catalogue provides all the information you need about each module, including:
The module code and title
The number of Nottingham credits the module is worth (usually 10 or 20 credits)
The level of module (Level 1/A are for first year students, Level 2/B are for second year
students etc.)

  

Source: Aickelin, Uwe - School of Computer Science, University of Nottingham

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences