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At University of East London, how many credits do you need to pass the first year? Or at any other university
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To achieve an undergraduate degree, you need 360 credits overall. Typically made up of 120 credits at level 4 (level 1 at UEL) these are normally taken in the first year, 120 at level 5 (level 2 at UEL) and remaining 120 credits at level 6 (level 3 at UEL).

You need to achieve the 120 credits to pass the first year. You may be allowed to progress to second year with less, provided that you retake any modules you failed at the earliest opportunity, subject to you passing the retake.

For UEL specifically, you need to consult its academic progression policy, which should be in the student hand book. It can vary from course to course and be module dependent. For example, you may need to have completed certain compulsary modules to progress at all.
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Ah okay thanks for clearing up the confusion


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