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Mature and Part-time Students
Increasingly people are deciding to take up the offer of a ‘second chance’ and enter university later in life. The department welcomes applications from mature students believing that through their greater experience and maturity they can fully benefit from our programmes, as well as making a valuable contribution to the department. The Departmental Admissions Tutor will be happy to give preliminary advice to prospective students.
It is possible to study any of the degrees in the department on a part-time basis. Exactly the same courses will be studied but over a longer period of time – normally not more than six/eight years for the BSc/MSci degrees. Students will probably, however, have to attend lectures/tutorials five days a week during daytime. Applications for part-time study should not be made through UCAS but directly to the department. The Departmental Admissions Tutor will be happy to give preliminary advice to prospective students.
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