Handbooks and resources
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All information is correct when uploaded. Timetables may be updated throughout the year. Additional updates and details are available:
- in handbooks
- via email
- from instructors and office staff
- on mySaint.
See also: Moodle.
University timetabling information
- From the page above, go to "Module class times", then choose Programmes. Under Select Programme, find the Core modules under the programme name, and the Options at the beginning of the list under Option Modules. Alternatively, you can choose Module.
More details can be viewed in mySaint. The schedule is provisional and may be updated throughout the year.
Module resources currently available to enrolled students will be found on Moodle. Please contact the module coordinator if you have questions about materials on Moodle.
The University Course Catalogue provides brief module descriptions.
Details about module content can be found in module guides. These are indicitave, and for the year specified only. Module offerings may change from year to year.
The role of the School President is to make representations on behalf of the students within their School to the University. The broad aim of the School President system is to improve communications and co-operation between students and staff, for the mutual benefit of both. The School President acts as a fundamental link between the student sabbatical officers of the Students' Association and the class representatives.
Jeanne Adam was elected student School President in spring 2020 and will hold office until spring 2021. Contact your School President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the start of the academic year, students from each postgraduate programme elect two class representatives. The role of a class representative is to bring to the attention of the School issues and matters of specific common concerns that affect (or may affect) student progress with their studies. Such issues can be raised on a "need-to" basis at any time and brought to the attention of any member of the taught postgraduate programme team, the specific Programme Directors or the relevant module coordinator. Periodically, class representatives from all the School's postgraduate programmes meet with members of the postgraduate management team and other teaching staff to discuss issues that may apply to all students. This is known as the School Staff-Student Liaison Committee.
Martinmas semester meeting dates:
- Wednesday 14 October 2020, 3.30pm
- Wednesday 11 November 2020, 3pm.
Candlemas semester meeting dates:
- Wednesday 17 February 2021, 3pm
- Wednesday 7 April 2021, 3pm.
The Careers Centre website includes:
- Career options
If you are looking for inspiration or have an idea of the kind of industry you are interested in, see success stories for both work experience and graduate jobs, written by fellow students and alumni. See also a Careers A to Z containing over 50 career sector guides.
- The application process
- Information and searchable databases: internships and work experience
- Graduate jobs
- Postgraduate study.
School of Management contacts:
- Career options