What happens if you fail a module in DCU?

What happens if you fail a module in DCU?

If you have not successfully completed the module in the current academic year you will be required to re-register for the module in full, at the full module fee, in a subsequent academic year, if you wish to successfully complete it.

Are tutorials compulsory DCU?

Generally for DCU Connected’s undergraduate programmes, attendance at face-to-face tutorials is not compulsory.

What is a 30 credit module?

A 30 credit module is equivalent to 8 US credits, 15 ECTS or 30 FHEQ, and a 15 credit module is equivalent to 4 US credits, 7.5 ECTS or 15 FHEQ. However the above should be considered as a guide only as US institutions may have differing equivalences.

How do I register a module at DCU?

All students must register online with their username and password for their programme of study and their modules via the following link – https://www.dcu.ie/student-registration.shtml. New students will find these login details in the welcome information sent by the Registry Office prior to online registration.

What percentage is a pass in DCU?

An ECTS Grade E or 40% is the passing grade in the DCU Grading system (see Table 1) The grades along with ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits as indicated above will be shown on transcripts and 40% is deemed to be the passing Grade for Federal Loan purposes at DCU.

What happens if you fail a module in first semester DCU?

If you have not successfully completed all the modules on your programme for the year (ie if you have failed, been recorded Ill or deferred), then you must take the module(s) again at the next available opportunity. This is usually the Autumn Resit Examination Period.

Is DCU back on campus?

DCU campuses are open, and university activity continues. With the support of students, we successfully delivered predominantly face-to-face teaching and research last semester.

Is DCU going to be online?

However, DCU will offer international students a hybrid learning experience. This means that Semester 1 will be taught online with the possibility to pivot to additional on-campus teaching if public health measures allow in Semester 2.

What does 15 credit module mean?

150 hours
1 credit = 10 hours of study So, a 15 credit module is expected to involve 150 hours of study, a 30 credit module is 300 hours, a 45 credit module is 450 hours, a 60 credit module is 600 hours. Most undergraduate modules are either 15 or 30 credits.

Is DCU registry open?

Fri – 9.30 – 12.30 & 14.00 – 17.00 To fulfil its responsibilities Registry is structured into two main teams: Student Enrolment. Student Awards.

How do I get a student ID for DCU?

Student ID Cards Please email [email protected] to request a replacement ID card, quoting your name, contact phone number, student ID, programme, date of birth and current address if you want us to return the student card by post. Payment can be made via the following link at DCU Online Payment Portal.

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