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As the country continues to deal with COVID pandemic we wanted to further update you on our plans for UA92 this academic year which have been developed in line with government guidance. 

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Here are some examples of the areas we will cover in both subjects:

  • Over three years, you’ll gain a solid understanding of the disciplines and practice of accounting and finance, alongside the theoretical and practical skills you’ll need to really shine in the workplace. Then, invaluably, you’ll have opportunity to prove your knowledge, taking part in placements where you can apply your theoretical knowledge to the workplace.
  • Work-based placements are a key aspect of your UA92 degree. This is your chance to gain relevant experience and see how what you learn in the classroom applies in the workplace. It’s your opportunity to develop your skills and competencies – and build a CV that will wow prospective employers.
  • The course is modular, and your studies will combine lectures, seminars, workshops and practical exercises. By studying a wide range of topics in accounting and finance, alongside work placements, you will discover your own strengths and enthusiasms. This combination of practical and theoretical-based study will help you build an amazing competencies portfolio that will prove to future employers your well-rounded and deep understanding.
  • Alongside a syllabus focused on the practice and theory of financial management as a career, our specially developed Target Talent Curriculum will help you develop your wider professional workplace skills. From encouraging you to present like a pro through to helping you apply entrepreneurial principles in all you do, we hope you’ll outshine the graduate job market competition and offer your employer the skills they’re looking for.

FAQs

What if I am self-isolating or need to shield?

We are aware that some students may need to shield or isolate for their own personal protection or that of their family members.  Where this is the case please contact us at coronavirus@ua92.ac.uk and we will explore all the options with you.  We will permit students to study entirely online for up to 14 days if required for reasons of shielding or isolation.   If a longer period of time is required there are a number of further options available and we would ask that you contact us to discuss. 

How will online teaching work?

Online teaching will happen “live” and in your usual timetabled slots.  It will be delivered through our Microsoft Teams virtual learning environment.  All students will be trained on Microsoft Teams prior to their arrival and during student induction. 

How does the Library work?

You will access the Library through Microsoft Teams.  There are millions of books, journal articles and video resources available free of charge to all UA92 students in a digital format.  All students will be trained on how to make best use of the Library during student induction.

When will I receive my timetable?

All our full-time students either study as “morning students” 9am – 1pm or “afternoon students” 2pm – 6pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.  Two of those days will be on campus and two will be online via Microsoft Teams.  We will be sending your timetable to you in late August. 

What if I don’t have my own laptop?

It would advisable for students to have their own laptop to ensure they can engage with online teaching, learning and assessment.  However, UA92 provides a bank of laptops for students to borrow both on and off campus. 

Can I defer my studies?

Students can defer their studies at UA92 if they wish either to later this academic year or to next academic year.  UA92 offers additional start points in both November and January for all our full-time courses.  If you wish to defer your studies, please contact admissions@ua92.ac.uk.

If you want to cancel your place at UA92, please email admissions@ua92.ac.uk, cancel your application on UCAS Track.

Or complete our online cancellation form.

What happens if Government restrictions increase?

In the event of a further lockdown, we would move all teaching online via Microsoft Teams. The scheduled times of classes would remain the same as the on-campus teaching i.e. either “morning” or “afternoon”.

How will UA92 communicate with me?

Between now and the start of the new academic year, UA92 will communicate with you via your personal email address. Once you have completed registration with us, we will communicate with you via your UA92 email address and Microsoft Teams.

Complaints

Our complaints policy and procedure can be accessed via our website.