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Hi there

I was wondering if you could advise, please?

My first module (60 credits) for my part-time 1st year of finance started in Feb 2021 and it is covered in the 20/2021 application.

1) I'm considering starting my 2nd module (60 credits) in October 2021. Will this automatically be covered in my current application or do I need to complete an application for 2021/2022 when it opens later this year?

2) Going forward, modules only have October start dates, so from October 2022, (each module =60 credits and will only do one at a time) Will 2022's module be covered in 2022/ 2023 finance application or 2021/2022?

I hope this makes sense.

Thanks.
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Hi there

I was wondering if you could advise, please?

My first module (60 credits) for my part-time 1st year of finance started in Feb 2021 and it is covered in the 20/2021 application.

1) I'm considering starting my 2nd module (60 credits) in October 2021. Will this automatically be covered in my current application or do I need to complete an application for 2021/2022 when it opens later this year?

2) Going forward, modules only have October start dates, so from October 2022, (each module =60 credits and will only do one at a time) Will 2022's module be covered in 2022/ 2023 finance application or 2021/2022?

I hope this makes sense.

Thanks.
Hi, if your course started in February 2021 then your academic year is from January to December. If you are starting a new module in October then the university just needs to contact us to update your application when the time comes to it.

For the 2nd year of your course you need to apply in February 2022 as your academic year is from January to December. Returning students can't change seasonal intake, so you can't change to an October start version of the course.
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That’s great. Thanks for your quick reply. Have a nice weekend!
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That’s great. Thanks for your quick reply. Have a nice weekend!
You're welcome. I hope you have a lovely weekend too
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