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Hi anyone else applying for this course for January 2020?
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Hi - sorry you haven't had a response to this yet. I'm just going to bump the thread in the hope that someone sees this and can help

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Hello, I've applied and waiting to here back from my interview !!
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Hi! I have got the conditional offer for this course in 2020! How many percent of the students can graduate from this course?
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Hi! I have got the conditional offer for this course in 2020! How many percent of the students can graduate from this course?
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Congrats on your offer! Let me find out and get back to you on this one.

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Hello, I'm a bit late, but I have an offer for this course starting in January
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Hi! I have got the conditional offer for this course in 2020! How many percent of the students can graduate from this course?
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This is a new two year MSc Dietetics pre-registration course which started in January 2019 (7 months in). The first students will be due to graduate in January 2021.

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Hello, I'm a bit late, but I have an offer for this course starting in January
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Congrats on your offer Let us know if you have any questions about the course or student life at Hallam!

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Hello, I'm a bit late, but I have an offer for this course starting in January
Me too
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Hi anyone else applying for this course for January 2020?
I am, got my conditional offer in the post a few weeks ago. I was the science teacher.
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Just got offer for January 2020, does anyone know the academic calender layout. Is semester 1 Jan to May and semester 2 Sept to Dec?
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Just got offer for January 2020, does anyone know the academic calender layout. Is semester 1 Jan to May and semester 2 Sept to Dec?
I actually asked for the timetable last week... So, basically we will start in January through to May, then have a two week break. Then start again in the middle of May through to August, then have a four week break. And then start again in September through to the end of December where they’ll be a two week break (this will near enough all be placement)... Then year two starts with the same layout in terms of breaks, except the first term seems to finish a month earlier than in year one.
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I actually asked for the timetable last week... So, basically we will start in January through to May, then have a two week break. Then start again in the middle of May through to August, then have a four week break. And then start again in September through to the end of December where they’ll be a two week break (this will near enough all be placement)... Then year two starts with the same layout in terms of breaks, except the first term seems to finish a month earlier than in year one.
Thanks that brilliant, Did you get a detailed class timetable and breakdown of daily lectures?
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Thanks that brilliant, Did you get a detailed class timetable and breakdown of daily lectures?
No it was just an overview of the two years. Showing what days we would be in uni and on placement, the module titles, and breaks.
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Hi guys, I've got my interview for Msc Dietetics in a few weeks time and I'm quite nervous for it as I really want a place on the course at Sheffield Hallam! Does anyone have any tips for the interview or willing to tell me what I can expect from it? Thanks in advance! 😊
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Does anyone have any tips for the interview I.e. is it a group one or individual etc.? Do we know how many people they will be taking in January 2020?
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There’s a group part and also an individual part. But in all honesty, neither is anything to worry about at all. Especially compared to other interviews if you’ve had any at other universities. Around 15 seems to be the standard intake usually, so I expect it to be the same at Hallam. Good luck!
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Ahhh perfect, it sounds like the other unis I’ve applied to then ) thanks!!
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Just got offer for January 2020, does anyone know the academic calender layout. Is semester 1 Jan to May and semester 2 Sept to Dec?
Off topic but I got a conditional offer too, just wondering has anyone looked into accommodation yet?
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