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What are the study hours like in the UK?

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    Katheeja

    Katheeja

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    Hi, my name is Lucia and I am an international student. I'm Student Global Ambassador here at Aberystwyth University. As part of the IBERS department, which stands for Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences. We mostly have our lectures in the morning under all practicals in the afternoon. However, on Wednesday afternoon, there are no lectures or practicals as the university allows the time for society's.

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    Liverpool John Moores University

    Liverpool John Moores University

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    Study hours in the U.K. vary completely depending on the subject of choice. Some students may be expected to be available for 35 hours a week and other students may be only eight hours a week. It completely depends what subject you choose. Usually, timetable expectations are listed on the descriptions of the courses on the university website. Always check that if you're interested.

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    You could credit system is something like one credit system equates to 10 hours of the study and normally we have 180 credit point masters in the U.K. So you would be required on an average 20 hours of the study, Bobic.

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