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Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln (United-Kingdom)

Special Educational Needs & Inclusion and Applied Drama BA (Hons)

Course Information

Title: Special Educational Needs & Inclusion and Applied Drama BA (Hons)
Level Of Award: 1
Mode Of Course: Course Website: Course Website
Financial Support Website: Financial Support Website
Employment Information Website: Employment Website
Non-Credit Assessments: No
Learning And Teaching Methods Website: Learning And Teaching Methods
Course Assessments Website: Assessments Website
UCAS Course ID: XW34
Variable Fees: Fees increase with inflation
Fee Waiver Available: No
Means Tested Support Available: No
Other Non-Means Tested Support Available: No
Proportion of course available in Welsh: 0%

Average Wrtitten Exams: 25%
Average Course Work: 56%
Average Teaching And Learning Activities: 18%

Tuition Fees

Maximum Annual English Domiciled Fee: £7500
Maximum Annual N. Ireland Domiciled Fee: £7500
Maximum Annual Scottish Domiciled Fee: £7500
Maximum Annual Wales Domiciled Fee: £7500


Common Job Types

Teaching professionals
Teaching professionals
Social welfare associate professionals
Health and social services managers
Artistic and literary occupations
Public service professionals
Caring personal service occupations
Managers and proprieters in agriculture and services
Social welfare associate professionals
Elementary occupations
Functional managers
Health and social services managers
Managers and proprieters in agriculture and services
Business and finance associate professionals
Administrative occupations: Records

Continuation / Retention Rates

SBJ: Drama
Population: 30
Continuing: 95%
Dormant: 0%
Gained Intended Or Higher: 0%
Left Without An Award: 5%
Gained A Lower Award: 0%

Learning, Teaching And Assessment Methods

Degree Classifications Obtained By Students

Population: 25
First Class Degree: 5%
Upper Second Class: 35%
Lower Second Class: 50%
Other Honours: 10%
Ordinary: 0%
Not Classified: 0%
Population: 45
First Class Degree: 0%
Upper Second Class: 30%
Lower Second Class: 55%
Other Honours: 10%
Ordinary: 0%
Not Classified: 0%

Entry Qualifications Of Students

Population: 30
Access Course: 0
A-Levels And Higher: 95
International Baccalaureate: 0
Degree Or Higher: 0
Diploma: 0
Foundation Course: 0
No Qualifications: 5
Other Qualifications: 5
Other Higher Education: 0
Population: 50
Access Course: 0
A-Levels And Higher: 0
International Baccalaureate: 0
Degree Or Higher: 0
Diploma: 0
Foundation Course: 0
No Qualifications: 0
Other Qualifications: 15
Other Higher Education: 80


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