This module supports Degree Transfer Programme students from partner institutions in Malaysia in the transition to the study of law at the University of Sheffield. It will be taught through a series of tutorials, supported by self-reflection exercises. It provides guidance to ensure students navigate the programme to their specific needs and interests, and assists students to gain the most from communities of learning that will sustain them for the remainder of their degree.
Restrictions on availability:
Only available to law students on LLB Law (DTP)
||Tutorials, Independent Study
Students will be graded pass/fail with respect to their engagement in the module. Evidence of engagement will be assessed on the basis of:
(1) An individual training/skills needs analysis;
(2) Evidence of progress towards meeting the skills identified in that analysis.
Students may present (1) and (2) in whatever way they wish - including through oral presentation. Optional model training/skills needs analyses will be provided to the students, should they wish to use them (LO1-5).
Information on the department responsible for this unit (Law):
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Teaching methods and assessment displayed on this page are indicative for 2021-22. Students will be informed by the academic department of any changes made necessary by the ongoing pandemic.