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Global Sustainable Development Module Choice Form - External Students

This form is to be completed by any student who wishes to take a Global Sustainable Development module who is not studying a Global Sustainable Development degree. The form must be completed by 23:59pm on 20th May 2019 (Monday Week 5).

Module Allocation

Students who are taking a Global Sustainable Development degree will have precedence for places on modules over those from external departments.

Any places thereafter will be allocated on a random basis – i.e. NOT first come first served.

Priority will be given to students taking a module for credit over those auditing.

Module Availability

If a module is not listed in the drop-down menu, it is not open to external students.

Module Choice

Please use the drop down lists below to indicate which modules in GSD you are interested in taking.

Choose as many modules as you are interested in taking, in order of preference. If we are not able to allocate you to your first preference module(s), we will endeavour to allocate you to your next choice module(s), within the parameters outlined above.

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The University of Warwick will process your personal data provided in this online form for the purposes of processing, administering and recording of your module choices for the 2019/20 academic year.

The legal basis for processing this personal data is that it is necessary for the performance of the student contract.

Your personal data will not be shared or disclosed to any third parties external to the University of Warwick.

Your personal data will not be transferred outside of the EEA, will be kept securely by the University of Warwick and will be retained for a period of one year.

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