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  • UNIVERSITY CAMPUS SUFFOLK

    FACULTY OF ARTS BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

    ORIENTATION SEPTEMBER 2008

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    Foundation Programmes Fd Childrens Care Learning and Development 3 Fd Supporting Inclusive Learning 3 Fd Business Management/Fd Sports Management/Fd Financial Services 4 Fd Employment Based Independent Study (EBIS) 5 Honours programmes Information for students studying on Joint, Major or Minor routes 6 BA Business Management (including Marketing, Finance, Human Resources) 7 BA Individual Studies 8 BA Event/Leisure/Tourism/Hospitality Management 9 BA Film and Media 10 BA Computer Games Design/BSc Computer Games Programming 11 BA English 12 BA History 13 BA Fine Art 14 BA Photography 15 BA Graphic Design 17 BA Interior Design 18 BA Performance 19 BSc/BA Psychology/Sociology/Criminology/Youth Studies 20 BA Early Childhood Studies 21 BA Children Young People and Policy 22 BA Early Learning (level 3 only) 23 BSc Information Technology/Software Engineering/Business Information Technology 23 Postgraduate/Professional Programmes PGCE/CertEd/CTTL/PTTLS 24 CIMA 24 PgC/PgD/MBA 24 PgD Personnel Management Ft and Pt 24 MA Human Resource Strategy 25 PgC Employment Law 25 PgD/MA Design Context and Practice 25

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    Foundation Degree Programmes Fd Childrens Care Learning and Development

    Tuesday 9 September Thursday 11 September Venue New Full Time Level One

    14.00 -17.00 308, Campus North

    New and Returning Part Time Level One

    18.00 - 21.00 308, Campus North

    New and Returning Full Time Level Two

    14.00 -17.00 308, Campus North

    New and Returning Part Time Level Two

    18.00 - 21.00 308, Campus North

    Teaching starts week commencing 16 September 2008. On Tuesday 25 September students will be able to attend the Freshers BBQ at 5.00pm. Fd Supporting Inclusive Learning Details coming soon

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    Fd Business Management/Fd Sports Management/Fd Financial Services All students are welcome and encouraged to attend the day time activities. New students are expected to attend Thursday evening for an introduction to the course and to complete any outstanding administrative formalities Returning students should attend Tuesday evening if they have administrative or academic matters to discuss

    Returning Part Time Students Tuesday 23 Sept 2008

    New Part Time students Thursday 25 Sept 2008

    9.00- 10.00

    10.00-11.00

    11.00-12.00 12.00- 13.00 Library - LRC 13.00-14.00 Student Support - LRC 14.00- 15.00 Sports and Societies -

    LRC 15.00- 16.00

    Choice of Activities arranged by the Students Union. Details on the day Careers - LRC

    16.00- 17.00 BBQ at Students Union bar

    IT and Wolsey - LRC

    Freshers Fair

    17.00 18.00

    18.00 20.00

    Completion of registration, induction and module choice, If necessary WF1.06

    Welcome and Induction WF1.06

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    Fd Employment Based Independent Study (EBIS) All students are expected to attend the Registration and Welcome events. A variety of events have been arranged to enable you to make the most of your time at UCS. Some are specifically for your course and these are in bold in the table below. Alongside these course specific activities, there are a variety of drop in sessions that are for all students. Each of the sessions are repeated so you only need to attend one of the slots for each of the topics. They are all held in the in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) on the First Floor of the Waterfront Building. If you are unable to get into a particular session as it is full, please try again when it next runs. Dont forget the Freshers Fair on Thursday and the Thorpe Park trip on Friday (see Students Union).

    All new and returning EBIS students Tuesday 23 Sept 2008

    All new EBIS students Thursday 25 Sept 2008

    9.00- 10.00

    10.00-11.00 Registration - First Floor Waterfront Building

    11.00-12.00 Welcome and Introduction - Lecture Theatre 1 Waterfront Building

    12.00- 13.00 Course Specific Talks - WF4.11

    Library - LRC

    13.00-14.00 Break and Registration (if not yet completed)

    Student Support - LRC

    14.00- 15.00 Sports and Societies - LRC 15.00- 16.00

    Choice of Activities arranged by the Students Union. Details on the day Careers - LRC

    16.00- 17.00 BBQ at Students Union bar

    IT and Wolsey - LRC

    Freshers Fair

    17.00 18.00 18.00 19.00 19.00 20.00

    Class WF4.11

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    Combinations (BA/BSc Programmes only) This does not apply to students studying single route courses. Some students will be studying a programme that has two components (a joint or major/minor). Sometimes these combinations are clustered together so you will cover them both attending one orientation session. This includes the combinations of:

    Psychology, Sociology, Criminology and Youth Studies Business Management, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing Management Event, Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism Management.

    Sometimes your choice extends across two separate disciplines e.g. English and History. In this case, please attend the main session for the first topic in your course title (e.g. if registered for BA English and History, attend the session for English). Then you can meet with the tutor for your other subject area at the Combination Session, on Tuesday 23 September, at 14.00 in room WF1.06.

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    BA Business Management (Including Business and Finance/Human Resource and Marketing Management)/Fd Business Management

    All students are expected to attend the Registration and Welcome events. A variety of events have been arranged to enable you to make the most of your time at UCS. Some are specifically for your course and these are in bold in the table below. Alongside these course specific activities, there are a variety of drop in sessions that are for all students. Each of the sessions are repeated so you only need to attend one of the slots for each of the topics. They are all held in the in the Learning Resource Centre (LRC) on the First Floor of the Waterfront Building. If you are unable to get into a particular session as it is full, please try again when it next runs. Dont forget the Freshers Fair on Thursday and the Thorpe Park trip on Friday (see Students Union). *On Tuesday 23 September Business Link are parking their mobile training unit in the car park a few yards up the waterfront. You are all invited to take part in the IPEP interactive questionnaire, which helps you evaluate your ability to be your own boss. It will be entertaining but with a serious undertone. These sessions run 14.00-14.40, 14.40-15.20 and 15.20-16.00 so feel free to go along to one of these sessions instead of one of the other activities on Tuesday afternoon. Level One (full and part time) Tuesday 23 Sept 2008 Wednesday 24 Sept 2008 Thursday 25 Sept 2008 Friday 26 Sept 2008 9.00- 10.00 IT and Wolsey - LRC Sports and Societies - LRC Library - LRC

    10.00-11.00 Registration - First Floor Waterfront Building

    Student Support - LRC

    11.00-12.00 Welcome and Introduction - Lecture theatre 1 Waterfront Building

    Ice breaker and course specific talk; business exercise BA WF3.02 Fd - WF3.08

    Business exercise with Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) leaders, BA only WF3.02 Sports and Societies - LRC

    12.00- 13.00 Course Specific Talks WF3.02 Library - LRC Careers - LRC 13.00-14.00 Break and Registration (if not yet

    completed)

    Discussion with Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) leaders WF3.02 Student Support - LRC IT and Wolsey - LRC

    14.00- 15.00 IT and Wolsey - LRC Sports and Societies - LRC Library - LRC 15.00- 16.00

    Choice of Activities arranged by the Students Union. Details on the day Library - LRC Careers - LRC Student Support - LRC

    16.00- BBQ at Students Union bar Student Support - LRC IT and Wolsey - LRC

    Freshers Fair

    Sports and Societies - LRC Level Two (new and returning, full and part time) Tuesday 23 Sept 2008 Wednesday 24 Sept 2008 Thursday 25 Sept 2008 Friday 26 Sept 2008 9.00 - 10.00 IT and Wolsey - LRC Sports and Societies - LRC Library - LRC 10.00- 11.00 Library - LRC Careers - LRC Student Support - LRC

    11.00-12.00 Registration - First Floor Waterfront Building

    Student Support - LRC IT and Wolsey - LRC Sports and Societies - LRC

    12.00-13.00 Welcome and Introduction - Lecture Theatre 1 or 2 Waterfront

    Sports and Societies - LRC Library - LRC Careers - LRC

    13.00- 14.00 Course Specific Talks -WF3.02 Careers - LRC Student Support - LRC IT and Wolsey - LRC 14.00-15.00 IT and Wolsey - LRC Sports and Societies - LRC Library - LRC 15.00- 16.00

    Choice of Activities arranged by the Students Union. Details on the day Library - LRC Careers - LRC Student Support - LRC

    16.00 BBQ at Students Union bar Student Support - LRC IT and Wolsey - LRC

    Freshers Fair

    Sports and Societies - LRC Level Three (new and returning, full and part time) Thursday 25 September 10.00 Registration First Floor Waterfront Building 11.00 Welcome Talk Lecture Theatre 1 Waterfront Building 12.00 Course Specific Sessions WF3.02 You are welcome to attend any of the drop in sessions listed in the tables above that interest you.

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    BA Individual Studies All students are expected to attend the Registration and Welcome events. A variety of events have been arranged to enable you to make the most of your time at UCS. Some are specifically for your course and these are in bold in the table below. Alongside these course specific activities, there are a variety of drop in sessions that are for all students. Each of the sessions are re