Dual-delivery

We are pleased to advise that, if you’re beginning your course in Semester 1 2022, we will be increasing our on-campus teaching while ensuring commencing students overseas can continue to meet all their learning requirements by using a dual-delivery teaching mode.

What is dual delivery?

Dual-delivery subjects are taught in two modes: blended delivery (online and on-campus) for students who can attend campus in person and wholly online delivery for students who cannot yet attend campus.

How will this work?

  • Online activities: The majority of learning activities will be delivered virtually for both types of student cohorts. These informative seminars, peer-to-peer collaborations and guided discussions have been developed in consultation with specialist learning designers to be engaging and interactive
  • On-campus workshops: From February 2022, students who can attend campus in person will participate in small group settings, working face-to-face with academics and one another. For those students who can’t attend campus, alternative online activities have been designed to provide an equivalent learning experience that meets learning outcomes
  • Structured learning with flexible delivery: The clear and structured modules, embedded resources and opportunities for feedback provide a supportive and flexible learning environment.

Although this may look a little different to our normal delivery, we are confident that you will have a truly enjoyable university experience in 2022.

If you’re currently enrolled in an FVAS course, you can find specific information on individual subject delivery modes in the University Handbook. Please note that for some courses / subjects, due to the nature of the content dual delivery is not available; for example DVM subjects.