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International Management with European Languages and Society induction schedule

Session / DescriptionStaff leadDate and timeVenue

Faculty Induction

Learn more about settling into university and how things work, what we expect of you and what you can expect of us and how to find support when you need it.

Alison Green, Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching

Come along to either - Monday 10 September, 2pm

or

Wednesday 12  September, 11am

Cottrell A3

 

 

 

Pathfoot Lecture Theatre

Essential student guide to library and IT services

Come along to one of the sessions to find out everything you need to know about our library and IT services at Stirling, including how to:

  • print and make photocopies
  • access Wi-Fi
  • save files onto the network
  • access student email
  • use the Library
  • find journal articles
  • access the computing labs
  • get free Office software

All topics are presented in a series of videos. All students welcome.

Library/Information Services staff 

Come along to one of the following sessions:

Sunday 9th September 2018, 1.00pm – 2.00pm or 2.00pm – 3.00pm

or

Monday 10th September 2018, 12.00noon – 1.00pm

Cottrell, Logie Lecture Theatre

How to be a successful student at Stirling

This presentation explores some of the attributes and skills undergraduate students need to be successful at the University of Stirling.  This session will give you an insight into what lecturers expect of you, how uni differs from school or college, how to get your studying organised and top tips on managing your assignments.  This is a great opportunity to get ahead and also ask any questions you have about settling into university.  
Ruth Watkins, Head of Student Learning Services  Friday 14  September,  10am  Cottrell B4 
Introductory Meeting: Information session for all students starting on BA Hons International Management with European Languages and Society course, whether with French or Spanish (or both). The session is led by the Course Director, covering information about the degree course, as well as key opportunities such as Study Abroad. Please note that most individual subject areas will organise Introductory Meetings but these will tend to only relate to the specific subject in question. The aim of this information session is to give students a chance to meet together as a group and to ask questions about their overall degree course. Subject to availability, students entering their final year on this course will also attend the meeting to answer new students’ questions. Cristina Johnston TBC; within the first fortnight of semester TBC
Bridging Materials: All students who register for FREU9A1 will have access online (via Canvas) to a 4-week programme of Bridging Materials in the lead-up to the start of semester. These materials aim to help students with the transition from secondary school study of Languages to the University language learning environment. They are structured around the different elements of our Semester 1 French Advanced module (FREU9A1), as well as offering more generic Study Skills advice for Languages students and other information about studying French. Cristina Johnston From mid-August Online (via Canvas)
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