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    I have a place to study laws at aston, but I have decided to commute from northampton, I was just wondering what the earliest timetabled lesson would be?
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    9am is typically the first timetabled teaching slot
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    (Original post by Paigelouisenoble)
    I have a place to study laws at aston, but I have decided to commute from northampton, I was just wondering what the earliest timetabled lesson would be?
    9am is the earliest timetabled teaching slot. We have a number of students who commute from places like Northampton, you should also have lockers and the ability to sign up to prepaid food if you plan on spending a lot of time here.
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    (Original post by Aston University)
    9am is the earliest timetabled teaching slot. We have a number of students who commute from places like Northampton, you should also have lockers and the ability to sign up to prepaid food if you plan on spending a lot of time here.
    Hi do you have an example timetable for the bsc finance course? I'm curious as to how many hours a week/how many days off i will get.
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    (Original post by Kikisandhu103)
    Hi do you have an example timetable for the bsc finance course? I'm curious as to how many hours a week/how many days off i will get.
    Hi,

    The best way to secure a sample timetable will be to contact your school of study, i don't have any unfortunately.

    Normally unless you're doing one of the more practical heavy courses like Engineering or Optometry each week should have between 6-9 hours of lectures with additional seminar groups, packing into 3-4 days.

    Hope that helps.

    Josh
 
 
 
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