Understanding assessment criteria and applying feedback

Ilina Stanimrova (BA Media and Communications) is a final year student who took part in the recent assessment criteria project at the Business School as a Student Connector. Here she explains how to understand the criteria and apply feedback to your work.

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Introducing the Student Connectors

Ilina Stanimrova (BA Media and Communications) is a final year student who took part in the recent assessment criteria project at the Business School as a Student Connector. Here she tells us about the work of Student Connectors and how they are helping to shape improvements based on feedbacks from students.

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Get started: Three things I wish I’d known – Advice for first year students, part 1

We asked our Student Ambassadors to reflect back on their first year at the Business School, and asked them for three things they wished they’d known or done differently from the outset. Time management, making the most of opportunities and active participation are recurrent themes.

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Get Settled: Blended learning and how to make the most of online learning from home

Our Business School Student Ambassadors share their recent experiences and advice on how to get the most out of online learning from home.

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Get Ready: Advice to new Business School students – Part 2

We know that the start of the academic year will be different this Autumn from previous years. As a new cohort of students get ready to join the Business School some of our current students who are returning in September share their advice.

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Get Ready: Advice to new Business School students – Part 1

We know that the start of the academic year will be different this Autumn from previous years. As a new cohort of students get ready to join the Business School, some of our current students who are returning in September share their advice.

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Water is precious, don’t waste it!

Fresh water is the foundation for life. It is a precious and scarce resource, which in our British climate we often take for granted – although we know that our climate is changing.

Business School Green Impact Team member Amy Fraser shares advice on how we can save water.

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Why choose the Business School? Part 2: Applying through Clearing

Many new students have already accepted their places at the Business School, but for some, they may be choosing to study with us through clearing, which takes place on 13 August.

We hear from current students about their own and family experience of finding a course through clearing, alongside some examples of why they selected the Business School.

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Why choose the Business School? Part 1: Getting ready for Clearing

The flexibility and diversity of our courses, our international focus, reputation and community, alongside the beauty of our South Downs campus are just some of reasons why people apply to the Business School. As a new cohort of undergraduates prepares to join us in September, we asked some of our current students what made them want to study with us.

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Counting the cost of energy – How to reduce home consumption, save money and look after our environment

With the growing awareness of how human energy consumption is fuelling climate change at huge cost to our environment, what can we do to reduce both our energy consumption and bills?

Yvonne Barnes from the Business School Green Team offers some practical advice.

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