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Help for Current Students

Applications for 2017/18 are now open.

The courses for the 2017/18 session will start 25th September 2017.

This is for current students who are enrolled or progressing to new module(s) next year and for new applicants in receipt of an offer.

Status for current students.

  • 25 September 2017 - courses start
  • February/March - Progression briefing sent out. Progression Questionnaire to be completed online by end of March.
  • April - Progression forms processed.
  • Early May - Progression choices confirmed subject to successful completion of current modules.
  • Early June - End of Year Results published on MyUClan.
  • Early June - Students requiring reassessments contacted.
  • Mid June - Reassessment deadline.
  • Late June - Reassessment results published.
  • August - On-line enrolment starts

Status for New Applicants

  • Early February - Applications open
  • From March, applications processed, offers made.
  • 15 August  normal application deadline
  • 15-31 August - late application deadline.
  • 31 August applications received after this date will be held over to next academic year.

For New Applicants and Current Students

  • July - Induction materials in Blackboard module spaces become available.
  • End of July- invitation to enrol online.
  • Early August - on-line enrolment
  • Mid September - Welcome email sent
  • 25 September- Modules start on Blackboard.

See details of Induction Timeline below.

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Module Fees for Existing Students 2017/18

Even for existing students, the module fee depends on whether you are starting a new award (such as another University Certificate) of if you are continuing on the same award such as the BSc Astronomy).
The module fee does not depend on the award or the module.


Induction Checklist July-October 2017

This is for New and Progressing students.


Accessing UCLan Systems

Enrolled students have access to many UCLan systems, including the following.