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- Prepare for Success - prepareforsuccess.org.uk
- UKCISA Information Sheets - ukcisa.org.uk
- British Council-Living in the UK website - educationuk.org
- Student Budget Calculator - studentcalculator.org.uk
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Advanced Standing – Credit awarded for previous study
Alumni – Any student who has graduated
Census Date – The last day you may withdraw from a course or subject without incurring a financial cost
Core Subject – A subject which is needed to complete your degree
Credit points – The amount of points you must complete to graduate
Deferment – Postponing a course by one or two semesters
Elective – Non-compulsory subject
Major – Main discipline area of your degree
Minor – Secondary discipline of your degree
Plagiarism – A reproduction of someone else’s work without acknowledgement
Postgraduate – A University qualification undertaken after a bachelor degree
Prerequisite – A subject that must be completed before enrolling
Undergraduate – A single bachelor degree
Electricity - 240V AC, 50Hz, three-pin square plugs are standard.