Business Management at Middlesex UniversityWatch
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What does a timetable generally look like?
Your timetable will include a lecture and seminar for each module (you will study 4 modules). These classes will be shown clearly in your online timetable. You will get the chance to change your timetable within the first two weeks of uni (if the class is repeated during the week), that way you can fit your timetable to your liking.
Can I do a placement?
Yes, you can! There are various ways to do it.
- You can take on a placement of a full year in between your second and third year, extending your degree to 4 years.
- You can work both summers i.e. between year 1 and 2, and year 2 and 3.
- You can do a part time internship as an optional module during your third and final year of your degree.
Do I get the opportunity to study abroad?
You can also go abroad for a term or for a whole year. We also have a campus in Mauritius and Dubai, you can go and study there too!
What course and reading resources will I be provided with?
You will have access to your core textbooks online. You can also borrow hard copies from the library if you prefer to do that. You will also have recommended readings (books, journals and articles) that your lecturers will give you and most of these can be found either online via your MDX Hub or again, at the library.
Will I study everyday?
In most cases you wont, if you’re quick enough to change your timetable to fit lessons into less days then even better!
What is the exam/coursework balance?
It all depends on the module, some modules will be 100% coursework and some will have a split. Make sure to read up on this on the course website which will have a more accurate description.
Besides that, it was a struggle to get back into the rhythm of things after 3 weeks off, but I'm ready for the new week and for these last few months!!
I will be starting a fast track degree in business management this year October. I would like to know if there will be classes/lectures to attend every day Monday to Friday, as a fast track is a 3 year degree squashed into 2 years. Please do get back to me soon, thank you.
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