Study options and timetabling in 2021/22

From September 2021 we started welcoming our University community back to campus, and focusing on in-person active and inclusive learning and teaching.

You’ll have lectures, seminars, practicals and workshops with your peers, with weekly course materials, activities and support through our Canvas platform; with online MS Teams areas to support group, tutor, and individual study activities.

The combination of on-campus learning supported by online content and collaboration provides the flexibility needed to make sure all students feel part of our community, regardless of their individual situation or needs and, importantly, allows us to quickly adapt if the Government asks us to at any given point.

With certain courses, you can choose to study online-only in Trimester 2 (January-April 2022) if you prefer. Please check the detailed list for options for your course. International students with a student visa in the UK are not eligible for online-only study. Please read the information on our FAQ page.

Check the options of your course

+ Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

+ Faculty of Business and Law

+ Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

+ Faculty of Science and Engineering

+ ARU College


+ When will I receive my Trimester 2 teaching timetable?

+ How do I access my timetable?

+ What will my timetable look like?

+ How many days a week will I have classes?

+ Can I study online?

+ If my course allows it and I choose to study online only, will my timetable change?

+ Can I change my mind about my study preference?

+ When will the Welcome Week timetable be available?

We know that COVID-19 has affected everyone in different ways, so if you have any worries or concerns, our Counselling and Wellbeing Service is here to help.