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    I have my penultimate exam on the 3rd May.

    Then my final exam on the 23rd May.

    I'm not entirely sure how to feel about the situation...
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    hmm. could be significantly worse. i'm generally alright with it.
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    What happens if you fail all your modules? will you get kicked out?
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    2 exams a week I'm more than happy with. Makes a welcome change to A level's 4-6ish per week.
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    ha yes i have one exam a week after hand in and then another 10 days after that. finished on 10th of May. ****ing FAB!
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    Is it only me who hasn't been enrolled on the Study Abroad Team preparation course on Moodle?

    I'm fine with my exam timetable (although there's a two-week gap between two exams), but I would have preferred if my last Romanian exams were scheduled earlier. It seems that I'll finish slightly later than last year.
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    I finished early last year compared to first and second years, think it went something like 22 May, 21 May and 17 May. Abroad I was still slogging till mid June, bad times.
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    (Original post by Ivanka)
    Is it only me who hasn't been enrolled on the Study Abroad Team preparation course on Moodle?

    I'm fine with my exam timetable (although there's a two-week gap between two exams), but I would have preferred if my last Romanian exams were scheduled earlier. It seems that I'll finish slightly later than last year.
    i thought one enrolled oneself...
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    What do you all put on your CV or job applications or anything else for UCL?


    just UCL, or University College London, both, or do you even do it like UCAS and put University College London (University of London)?
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    What do you all put on your CV or job applications or anything else for UCL?


    just UCL, or University College London, both, or do you even do it like UCAS and put University College London (University of London)?
    I think University College London is enough...
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    What do you all put on your CV or job applications or anything else for UCL?


    just UCL, or University College London, both, or do you even do it like UCAS and put University College London (University of London)?
    the university of central lancashire frequently likes to pretend it's UCL though
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    I think University College London is enough...
    Yep, I put University College London, too (as if that was a decisive opinion to anyone)

    (Original post by nb0)
    the university of central lancashire frequently likes to pretend it's UCL though
    Lol, never thought about that!
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    I always used to put UCL on part time job applications. People never knew what it was anyway.

    I saw someone at an open day with a UCLan bag once near Foster Court. Blew my mind.
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    What do you all put on your CV or job applications or anything else for UCL?


    just UCL, or University College London, both, or do you even do it like UCAS and put University College London (University of London)?
    I put University College London, just to avoid confusion. I usually apply for such things in Czech environment and although there's a growing number of people that become aware of the university, I don't want them to dig through Google with difficulties to find out what my uni is like...

    (Once when I went for an internship interview I saw an interviewer sitting by his computer whose screen was displaying a wiki article on UCL. Made me smile.)
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    where can an eu graduate student stay???????????????????????????? ??????????????
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    should get out of this ****ing union
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    Has anybody done the TEFL course unit? Would you recommend it?
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    (Original post by JoannaMilano)
    Do you want to do it just for interest, or to actually teach abroad? I don't know much about this course in particular, but does it have an assessed practical component (classroom observation)? If not, it's pretty worthless for getting decent jobs teaching abroad.


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    Yeh potentially for teaching abroad seeing as I have no idea what I want to do after uni. It has assessed teaching and you can do it just as a UCL course unit or also choose to do a CELTA qualification as well, if that means anything to you?
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    (Original post by ily_em)
    Yeh potentially for teaching abroad seeing as I have no idea what I want to do after uni. It has assessed teaching and you can do it just as a UCL course unit or also choose to do a CELTA qualification as well, if that means anything to you?
    the course unit afaik includes the celta unit. however i think the best thing to do is to spend £1000 and take the month long version of the course in june. this is yearly and based int he language centre. you get the celta qualification. and you don't have to spend a year of your life doing it when you'd rather do something directly relevant to your degree (that's my reason for waiting). however those i know who have done the course as a course unit really liked it. yes you definitely have teaching in a classroom experience, btw.
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    (Original post by nb0)
    the course unit afaik includes the celta unit. however i think the best thing to do is to spend £1000 and take the month long version of the course in june. this is yearly and based int he language centre. you get the celta qualification. and you don't have to spend a year of your life doing it when you'd rather do something directly relevant to your degree (that's my reason for waiting). however those i know who have done the course as a course unit really liked it. yes you definitely have teaching in a classroom experience, btw.
    Yes that is my main concern. My degree is linguistics so it is related, but it will be the final year of my degree. If it is hard to get a good grade in TEFL I'd rather do some easier courses as my optional unit.
 
 
 
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