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University Life in the UK
How do we choose a university? • Which universities teach the chosen subject? How do they teach it? • What opportunities might be available there? • What is the campus like? • What is the town like? • How far from home is it? (Too far? Not far enough? ) • Look at prospectus, attend open day.
How much does university cost? Fees: • Undergraduate studies- £ 3, 200 (per year) • Post graduate studies — £ 9, 000 (per year) • The cost foreign students is three times higher than for patriots. Loans: • Tuition fee loans, Maintenance loans (£ 1, 400 per term approx. ), Grants Scholarships: • Academic • Sporting The average student leaves university with a debt of £ 25, 000 or more
Where do students live? • 1 st Year: Halls of residence: Catered or self-catered. • 2 nd , 3 rd year etc: Student houses. • At home.
What can you study in the UK? Undergraduate degrees: • Bachelor’s (3 years), Single honours / Joint honours Postgraduate Degrees: • Masters (1 year), Doctorates (PHD) (4 years approx. ) An honorary degree. A Wide range of subjects are catered for • Degrees are marked out of 100%. — 1 st — 80 -100% — 2/1 – 60 -70% — 2/2 – 50 -60% — 3 rd — 40 — 50%
When students need extra money: Part-time jobs: • On campus: Student cafe/bar, student shop, book shop, print shop etc. • Off-campus: Clothes shop, supermarket, bar, pub, restaurant etc. • One-off jobs (as advertised by student employment service). • University events: Open days, “Welcome Week” etc.
Extra-curricular activities Societies: • Student clubs run by students. • Any student can join. • Trips, “socials”, big events, quizzes, sports tournaments. • Huge range of themes: entertainment, music, food, nationality, religion. • Become part of a society’s committee. Other options: • Become involved with student union/guild. • Sports.
Student politics Student union/guild: • Student participation in university politics. The guild/union is the voice of the students. • Guild sabbaticals (“sabs”): President, vice president, education, trading etc. Represent the students. • Provides/funds student bar, shops, societies. • Holds general meetings. • Runs campaigns via campaigns committee. • Provides sense of unity.
Sports Universities in Britain all have: • A Sports Complex • Pitches and stadiums • A sport’s office / Athletic Union (AU) • BUC’s – British Universities and Colleges Sport. • End of year awards ceremonies • Almost all sports are catered for.
Sports available at Exeter University • American Football, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Biking, Canoeing, Clay pigeon Shooting, Climbing, Cricket, Cross Country running, Fencing, Football, Gliding, Golf, Hockey, Ninjutsu, Karate (Shotokan), Lacrosse, Netball, Juijitsu, Polo, Powerkiting, Riding, Rifle shooting, Rowing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Sailing, Snooker, Snowsports, Speleology, Squash, Sub Aqua, Surf, Swimming, Taekwondo, Tennis, Trampolining, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Waterpolo, Waterskiing and Wake Boarding, Wind and Kite Surfing.
British Students’ social lives involve: • Events with a society: Socials, trips, etc. • Study groups. • House parties. • Going to pubs/ clubs. • Big events, dinners, balls. • Fancy-dress costumes!
That’s the end of the slide show. Time for a fancy-dress montage!