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    Hey there!!

    I’ve recently had two unconditionals from Stirling:
    - French & Spanish
    - French, Spanish & Professional Education

    I’ve firmed the second offer but I’m currently working full time. My work are fully supportive of allowing me to change over part time hours when I start university & ill commute to and from university- I’m just looking to see if anyone is already this degree or even just French & Spanish so I have a rough idea on how often I’ll be at the university.

    Thank you so much in advance ☺️ x
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    (Original post by lauren.mckissock)
    Hey there!!

    I’ve recently had two unconditionals from Stirling:
    - French & Spanish
    - French, Spanish & Professional Education

    I’ve firmed the second offer but I’m currently working full time. My work are fully supportive of allowing me to change over part time hours when I start university & ill commute to and from university- I’m just looking to see if anyone is already this degree or even just French & Spanish so I have a rough idea on how often I’ll be at the university.

    Thank you so much in advance ☺️ x
    I went to the applicant day yesterday (going to be studying English Studies and French) and from what I was told each module has roughly 3 hours total per week for teaching; however, you are expected to study around 5-7 hours per week for each module.

    I went on the Stirling website and typed in ‘modules’, then clicked on undergraduate modules, typed in my course and then it came up the compulsory modules I had to take each semester and what other modules I could choose alongside the compulsory ones. It was pretty helpful as you are told what you will be assessed on, a short summary of the module, and some even have how many teaching hours there will be, study hours, and 1-to-1 hours.

    I hope this was helpful even though I’m not a student there yet 😂

    https://portal.stir.ac.uk/calendar/calendar.jsp

    Here’s the link to the page I found
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    I went to the applicant day yesterday (going to be studying English Studies and French) and from what I was told each module has roughly 3 hours total per week for teaching; however, you are expected to study around 5-7 hours per week for each module.

    I went on the Stirling website and typed in ‘modules’, then clicked on undergraduate modules, typed in my course and then it came up the compulsory modules I had to take each semester and what other modules I could choose alongside the compulsory ones. It was pretty helpful as you are told what you will be assessed on, a short summary of the module, and some even have how many teaching hours there will be, study hours, and 1-to-1 hours.

    I hope this was helpful even though I’m not a student there yet 😂

    https://portal.stir.ac.uk/calendar/calendar.jsp

    Here’s the link to the page I found
    Thank you!! I spoke to a couple of fourth year students doing French and Spanish at the applicant day yesterday and they also said it was around 4 hours a week per module

    How did you find the applicant day??
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    Thank you!! I spoke to a couple of fourth year students doing French and Spanish at the applicant day yesterday and they also said it was around 4 hours a week per module

    How did you find the applicant day??
    I thought it was pretty helpful! Found out more about the accommodation and my course. The campus is stunning as well which is a bonus!
 
 
 

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