Your first few weeks at University will be an exciting yet busy time
There are many important meetings and events that you will need to attend, as well as some steps and procedures which you need to be completed.
Personal timetables will be available to view from mid-September. You will be emailed when these become accessible.
Find out when your lectures will commence. Details of the core modules for your degree can be found in the handbook.
Support and Feedback classes
Find out when your Support and Feedback classes will commence and the various processes involved.
You need to ensure that you have looked at the optional modules you wish to take and when/where they are. Find out the finer details here.
First Year Advice
Information for incoming Economics students from our Department's Careers Consultant.
We have created a summary of the IT systems and their uses to help make it that little easier during your first few weeks.
Every student is allocated a Personal Tutor, here is some detailed information about what this involves.
We run a mentor scheme for first year students designed to help you settle in.
Find your Way
Trying to remember everything can be tricky, so we've provided a map and contact details to help make it that little bit easier!