Hello, I'm new here. doing year 1 Bsc Econ
I have a few questions- really appreciate it if anyone could help!
1. since exams are around the corner, could any seniors share some advice/tips on how to study for modules- intro to icons, pbf, math 1, stats 1, math2 and stats 2?
2. is ESAP a 200 or a 300 level module?
3. What are the criteria to pass on to the next year ie year 2? like how many modules to pass etc
Please, any inputs will be highly appreciated. help a sis lolol sorry for the random questions tho
No as u have taken bridging, unlikely you can fail one as ur final ninth class mark is the average of ur 200/300 marks iirc.hi, does anyone know if i am still able to graduate if i fail one mod? i took bridging so only have 8 mods to take, will i still be able to grad if i only pass 7/8? thanks!
Hi any Computer Science students here? There has been little info about UOL's computer science programme, just want to know if this course is worth it over the UOW CS course? This course does seem to have direct honours while UOW doesn't. Therefore I am having a hard time reasoning whether it will be worth it waiting till October to enroll to UOL's CS programme instead of enrolling next month to UOW's CS. Basically a 7 month wait for UOL's CS. The cons of the UOL CS programme would be that it's not accredited by BCS and Goldsmith University of London does not seem to be that known/famous for CS studies. Maybe that's why not much are taking this course on top it being new?
There are many use cases which I'm planning to use either one of these degrees.
1. To be eligible for jobs in multiple countries. (E.g SG, U.S, U.K, Australia, Europe)
2. To be able to apply for a Master degree if I decide to pursue one few years down my career road.
I am a final year CIS student in UOL with 2 L4 modules exemptions. I am likely to be failing one half module (even though I'm working my way out of that). I want to check if you guys know if I can still graduate even with one L6 half module failure?
I read from other threads prior that in the previous years (prior to 2016), there are students who are able to graduate even though they fail 2 full mods. I understand that the regulations has been changed, but does anyone knows the latest graduation criteria?