Online learning in 2021

We are pleased to advise that, if you’re beginning your course in Semester 1 2021, 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 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 2021, 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 2021.­­­­­­­­­­­­­

If you’re currently enrolled in an FVAS course, you can find specific information on individual subject delivery modes in Semester 1 2021 in the University Handbook.

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