Autumn 2018/January 2019
3 Years Full-Time
6 Years Part-Time
1 September 2018 (Autumn Start)
1 November 2018 (January Start)
Modes of Delivery at NCIUL : What Is Your Study Mode?
Are you a prospective Face-2-face student?
Then you will experience a traditional UK learning environment, within an international context and will attend face-2-face lectures and seminars in our London classrooms. You will also have access to a variety of physical and online resources, such as access to MyNCU, our comprehensive VLE.
Are you a prospective Distance Learner?
You might prefer to study online, because of other personal and/or professional commitments, or because you live too far from our London campus. Whatever your reasons to consider our distance learning option, you will have access to our extensive online materials through MyNCU, our dedicated VLE. You will also benefit from a tutoring system and support, to maximise your learning experience. In fact, as distance learner you will be able to connect with online and traditional peers through a chat room feature in your MyNCU Personal Page, and be part of team challenges and team projects. To give you the complete experience, intensive seminar opportunities are planned during weekends, and you may choose to participate through MyNCU to lectures and seminars in real time.
Are you interested in studying Full time?
Both distance learners and face-2-face students can apply for full time programme. In general terms, while intake dates are September and January, our teaching terms are, autum term (October to December), and spring term (January to March). Our summer term (April to June) can be used for final exams and revision. As a Full time student, you should be able to complete class-based modules of the programme after two teaching terms.
Are you interested in studying Part-time?
Both distance learners and face-2-face students can apply for a part time mode of delivery. If you want to apply for a Part-time mode, you will find all the information you need in relation to the programme structure and module specification in our Welcome Package. In general terms, while intake dates are September and January, our teaching terms are, autum term (October to December), and spring term (January to March). Our summer term (April to June) can be used for revision and exam. Part-time students will be able to complete a full year class-based modules of the programme after four teaching terms.