Pretty much what it says in the title..
I was just wondering because I wasn't sure how many hours to ask for when I ring my old job back home and ask for employment over Xmas.
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- 13-10-2009 09:30
- 13-10-2009 09:54
It will depend what course you are doing really.
But I would expect to have a few assignments to be cracking on with - you should really know what your deadlines are - have you read your module outlines??
If you want to socialise too, I wouldn't do more than 20 hours per week.
- 13-10-2009 09:58
Depends on the course. I did, but many courses don't tend to. I shouldn't imagine that there's any reason to miss Santy though.
EDIT: I'm not at Lancaster University. I should read what I'm clicking through to really.
- 13-10-2009 10:00
It depends on the course. I had nothing to do over Christmas at all as two of my courses finished before Christmas and started afterwards and all the essay deadlines were for before the holidays not after. This year, I am booked a on holiday as I am expecting it to be similar.
Check your course handbook. That should tell you the deadlines and so forth to expect. The Easter holidays seem to be the one where most courses have work to do during them [although I and lots of others just did that work when we got back lol].
- 13-10-2009 13:39
Depends on your course
I had nothing last year as all my modules finished just before Christmas + the next ones started just after. So hopefully this year'll be the same
- 13-10-2009 13:57
I didn't have anything for either holiday last year.