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Year 2 Returners Meeting 2013 BSc Management/ Management (specialism )

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Year 2 Returners Meeting 2013 BSc Management/ Management (specialism ). Anna Goatman Programme Director. Congratulations…. …you’ve made it to Year 2. Academic roles 2013-14. Dr Ilias Petrounias Director of Undergraduate Studies. Dr Antony Potter Programme Director IM & IMABS.
Year 2 Returners Meeting 2013BSc Management/ Management (specialism)Anna GoatmanProgramme DirectorCongratulations……you’ve made it to Year 2Academic roles 2013-14Dr IliasPetrouniasDirector of Undergraduate StudiesDr Antony PotterProgramme Director IM & IMABSDr Anna Goatman Programme Director BSc ManagementDr Reza SalehnejadProgramme Director IBFEPenny YoungProgramme Director BSc AccountingRegister by the end of September or there will be a fine!Move to a timetabled seminar/workshop if you are in a holding class (SEM0 or WSP0)Choose your courses by 4th October 2013Request programme changes as soon as possible via The Undergraduate Office, D20Remember: Pre-requisites must be passed at 40% or more (not by a compensated fail)Management specialism
  • If you want a specialism, you must
  • Choose (at least) 40 credits at level 2*
  • Choose (at least) 60 credits at level 3*
  • Specialism details are available on the Online Undergraduate Handbook*and meet any other requirements specified in the Programme structureThink you might fancy a year abroad…
  • Small number of places available on the International Management programme
  • Particularly for those interested in Australia or New Zealand (55% or above first year average required)
  • You will need to be open-minded about destinations
  • Interested students should see Sue Fidalgo(D18 MBS East)
  • Transfers will need to be completed by Tuesday 1st October
  • N.B. There are no spaces available on the IMABS programmeStudent Charter
  • Student Charter
  • States what we expect of you and what you can expect from us
  • Attendance and engagementAs a student I will:Attend, and prepare for, all my scheduled teaching sessions and other learning events, such as induction and meetings with academic advisors. (University of Manchester Student Charter)Attendance and engagement
  • Seminar and workshop attendance will be monitored
  • Spot checks may be carried out in lectures
  • Students can be prevented from taking exams on the basis of poor attendance
  • If you are absent, make sure you complete an absence from class form
  • If you experience mitigating circumstances you must inform the Assessment and Student Support Office (D14), complete the necessary paperwork and provide evidence
  • Places to studyDon’t forget you can book rooms in the Learning Commons for group workMBS East C11 is a Group Study Room available 10-4 that can be booked via D20 – you need to book and leave your student card at D20FeedbackFeedback comes in many forms.
  • Informal advice and discussion during a lecture, seminar, workshop or lab
  • Online exercises and quizzes delivered through the course Blackboard space
  • Responses to your emails and questions from a member of staff, including feedback provided to a group via an online discussion forum
  • Specific course related feedback sessions
  • Written and/or verbal comments on assessed or non assessed coursework
  • Written and/or verbal comments after you have given a group or individual presentation
  • Generic feedback posted on Blackboard regarding overall examination performance
  • Group and individual discussions/meetings with your Academic Advisor
  • Discussions and meetings with your Programme Director
  • To get meaningful feedback you must engage in your education.Office hours
  • Office hours are times when academic staff are available to meet students
  • Please make use of this opportunity
  • Academic staff should display their office hours on their door
  • Academic malpracticeThe University regards plagiarism and other forms of academic malpractice, such as collusion and fabrication or falsification of results, as serious academic offences. Further information about avoiding academic malpractice is available from The Online Undergraduate Handbook.Don’t cheat. It’s not worth itDegree weightingsYear 1ZeroYear 2one thirdYear 3two thirdsEmployability
  • Make the most of the careers service
  • Continue to work on your PDP
  • Think about what you can do this year to improve your CV
  • Academic Advisors
  • It is important that you maintain a good relationship with your Academic Advisor
  • You will be called in for an individual meeting in the next two weeks. Please attend.
  • If you need a reference, your Academic Advisor is the first person you should ask
  • Sources of information and support
  • Academic Advisor
  • Course Coordinator
  • Programme Director
  • Assessment and Student Support Centre (D14)
  • Undergraduate Office (D20)
  • E-Bulletin
  • University email account
  • Contains lots of information about stuff you need to know!The Online Undergraduate http://ughandbook.portals.mbs.ac.uk/Work hard – this year is worth one third of your final degree markIf you find yourself in need of help or support, please askGood luck for the forthcoming year
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