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    German & Business, about 11 hours a week in first year, and the same in second year. It's not great when you're trying to become fluent in two languages (I'm picking up Dutch too).

    Last year I had weekly:
    Three hours German lang
    1.5 hours German history
    1.5 hours Linguistics
    Two hours Business
    One hour Accounting
    Two hours Economics
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    Finally figured out how my timetable works lol.

    I have 10 hrs of lectures, 3 hrs of labs, 1 hr problem classes, 1 hr seminar, 1 hr tutorial. Or 16 hrs a week total contact time.

    Only 1 9am start, Wednesdays off, other starts are usually anywhere from 11am til 1pm. Overall quite chuffed.

    Computer Science.

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    Studying History

    First Year Lectures: Varied between 0 to 5 hours a week
    Tutorials: 1-2 hours a week

    Minimum contact hour per week was 1 hour and maximum was 7 hours.
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    8 hours per week.
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    (Original post by deviant182)
    22 hours a week.
    Nursing.
    In my third year now and my timetable is near 25 hours a week. Some it's only 20.

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    Interesting. I am just starting my first year of nursing, and the first quarter up to Christmas I have between 7 and 14 hours a week, mostly on 2-3 days, but no real regular pattern. Three month placement Jan-March. Third quarter looks like 14-16 hours a week over 3-5 days. Then placement again.

    I'll be glad if it does get busier, as I want to learn as much as possible.
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    (Original post by alexp98)
    16 hours -Accounting and Finance
    May I ask what university and which year are you in?
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    (Original post by TrojanH)
    Also please add what subject your doing:

    Just found out my time table.

    15 hours a week
    3x 9AM starts
    3x 4Hr days
    2x 2Hr days

    CompSci
    if you have 3 days of 4 hours and 2 days of 2 hours then that adds up to 16 hours a week bro are you sure you wanna do CS?
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    (Original post by smashpopbang)
    First year I was in for 9 hours
    1 day 2 hours
    1 day 3 hours
    1 day 4 hours

    Second year in for 8 hours
    2 days 4 hours each

    This year (3rd) im in 7 hours
    2 days 2 hours each
    1 day 3 hours

    Psychology
    Your second year though.... Seriously!?

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    (Original post by mrmrm123)
    May I ask what university and which year are you in?
    DMU And second year, third is around 18 hours
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    History.

    21 hours
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    Chemistry. Around 24 hours.

    10 x 1 hours lectures
    2 x 1 hour work shops
    3 x 4 hour labs
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    Just got mine for the first term; I have Monday to Friday starting at either 9 or 10am, and finishing around 5 or 6pm. I counted out the actual hours, and it averages at about 35hrs a week, plus a few evening events. (However, we have been told that by the end of the year we will probably be doing some stuff on Saturdays too)

    Course: Theatre Practice - Stage Management.
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    Between 8 and 10.5 depending on the week (I have extra sessions some weeks) but on average about 8.5


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    University of Sheffield: Around 10 hours.

    5x language classes (50 mins)
    3x module lectures (1hr)
    2x seminars (1hr)

    One day is only 50 minutes.

    language degrees are fab lads (but theres also a f*ckton of homework and meeting your lang exchange partner)
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    Too fuc*king many


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    For History, I have 8 hours. 5 lectures, 2 seminars, and then another seminar in my module outside of my main subject. Out of this, I have three hours on Mondays, one on Wednesdays and 4 on Thursdays.
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    For microbiology: 20 hours.

    Labs: 9 hours
    Tutorials: 4 hours
    Lectures: 7 hours
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    16 hours... spread over 5 days. :unimpressed:
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    11 hours (Law)

    8x lectures
    2x tutorials
    1x seminar
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    I go to DMU for my first year i had 8 hours - 1 lecture, 1 seminar the rest in workshops this year (2nd) i have 9 hours a week - 1 hour for a workshop - i study engish lit
 
 
 
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