Freshers' Week 2019

Freshers’ Week runs from Saturday 14th September to Sunday 22nd September. All students are required to be on campus by Monday 16th September.

Please ensure that you have registered on-line with the University.  International students who are in the UK on a student visa or student visitor visa MUST visit the Forum Building to present their original documents before they can register with the University.

Welcome Talks

Wednesday 18th September

Start TimeFinish TimeActivityLocation
09:30 10:30 MSc Accounting and Finance Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms
10:00 11:00 MSc Marketing Welcome Talk Xfi: Student Study Area
11:00 12:00 MSc Accounting and Taxation Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms
11:30 12:30 Postgraduate Economics Discipline Welcome Talk Xfi: Student Study Area
12:30 13:30 MSc Finance and Marketing Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms
13:00 14:30 MSc Finance and Investment Welcome Talk Xfi: Student Study Area
14:00 15:00 MSc International Business Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms
15:00 16:00 MSc Finance and Management Welcome Talk Group 1 Xfi: Student Study Area
15:30 16:30 MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms
16:30 17:30 MSc Finance and Management Welcome Talk Group 2 Xfi: Student Study Area

 

Thursday 19th September

Start TimeFinish TimeActivityLocation
09:00 10:00 MSc International Tourism Management Welcome Talk Xfi Conference rooms

 

Friday 20th September

Start TimeFinish TimeActivityLocation
14:00 15:00 MSc Human Resource Management Welcome Talk Xfi: Student Study Area

 

The Timetable Clinic

The timetable clinic will be open from Monday 16th September and will be held in Xfi Seminar room C, here you can discuss any timetable related questions or problems you maybe experiencing with your timetable.

 

The Students' Guild

Find out what's going on at the Students' Guild during Freshers Week by clicking here

Monday 23rd September 2019 - Formal Teaching Starts

Your personal timetable will be available as soon as possible after you have registered with the University and chosen your elective modules online. There may be a small delay before you can see your personal timetable, but we aim to have all timetables available by the beginning of Week 1 (23rd September 2019). Once available, they can be viewed via your student portal. In the meantime, we can provide a programme timetable so that you can view your teaching sessions in advance.

Lectures start from 8.30am on Monday 23rd September. Unless your timetable indicates otherwise, tutorials don't normally start until week 2 and where there is more than one tutorial, you will be advised which one you need to attend.