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At Âéw¶¹´«Ã½, it’s our goal to help every student reach their goal, so we have introduced a new course structure, known as Education 2030. The majority of students will learn in a focused ‘block’ teaching format, where you study one subject at a time instead of several at once. This has already proven popular with our first cohort of undergraduate students, with *93 per cent claiming they enjoyed studying one module at a time and 90 per cent of new students feeling they made the right choice in choosing Âéw¶¹´«Ã½.
Through Education 2030, not only will you have more time to engage with your learning, but you will also receive faster feedback through more regular assessment and have a better study-life balance to enjoy other important aspects of university life – meaning your new home at Âéw¶¹´«Ã½ is a supportive and nurturing learning community.
Of course, one size doesn’t fit all, and there will be variations based on the professional requirements of your course. Rest assured you will still benefit from the same excellent experience, supportive environment, and friendships which last well beyond your time on campus – making university your new beginning.
*data taken from student survey given to all block-taught first-year undergraduates.
Dr Natasha Katuta Mwila, Senior Academic in Business Management BA (Hons), provides an overview of Education 2030 - our new student-centred approach to teaching.
Block learning and teaching benefits include:
Find out how block learning is delivered and how it will help you take the right steps to graduate success and build the future you deserve.
Our new way of teaching enables students to study one module at a time instead of several at once. Our Performing Arts students and their programme leader explain why block learning works for them.
Glynis Wright, Chair of the Advisory Board for Business and Law at Âéw¶¹´«Ã½, explains how the business community helped shape our Education2030 approach and how it embeds the skills employers are looking for.
Jenny Cross, CEO at Cross Productions, discusses how Education 2030 meets the needs of students and helps prepare them for future employment.