Purpose and status of your student programme handbook




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BA (Hons) Film







School of Media and Performing Arts


Student Name:


Programme Leaders (Acting): Helen Bendon and David Heinemann


Information in alternative formats


This handbook can be found online at: https://myunihub.mdx.ac.uk/web/home-community/mystudy


If you have a disability which makes navigating the website difficult and you would like to receive information in an alternative format, please contact:


Sobia Hussain

S.Hussian@mdx.ac.uk


We can supply sections from this publication as:

  • a Word document with enlarged type — sent by email or supplied on a CD or memory stick

  • printed copy with enlarged type

  • printed copy on non-white paper

  • as Braille


Other formats may be possible. We will do our best to respond promptly. To help us, please be as specific as you can about the information you require and include details of your disability.

Purpose and status of your student programme handbook


The purpose of this handbook is to provide you with information about your programme of study and to direct you to other general information about studying at Middlesex University, the majority of which is available on UniHub.


The material in this handbook is as accurate as possible at the date of production however you will be informed of any major changes in a timely manner.


Your comments on any improvements to this handbook are welcome. Please put them in writing (an email will suffice) with the name of the handbook to your programme leader.


The University Regulations and Student Charter


As a student of Middlesex University you agree to abide by the University Regulations when you enrol and therefore you should read this handbook in conjunction with the Regulations which are available online at; www.mdx.ac.uk/regulations.


Some of the key regulations have been repeated on the Your Study pages on UniHubhttp://unihub.mdx.ac.uk/study.

You should also read the Student Charter which was co-developed by Middlesex students, staff and the Students’ Union. This sets out your responsibilities as a student and those of the University to ensure that all students have an enjoyable, rewarding and effective experience during their time at Middlesex. You can find the Student Charter at: http://unihub.mdx.ac.uk




CONTENTS

University and Programme Academic Calendar 1

Student Attendance Dates 2

Learning Framework Term Dates 2

Welcome from the Dean’s Office of the School of Media and Performing Arts 3

Programme Leader’s Welcome 4

Programme Staff and Contact Details 7

Teaching Staff 7

Student website – UniHub 10

UniHelp - General advice and support 11

Email 11

Text Messages 12

Your contact and personal details 12

Giving your feedback – suggestions and complaints 1

Data Protection and Privacy 1

Accessing your timetable 2

Bridging materials - ‘Getting started’ and ‘My Programme’ 2

Programme Structure Diagram 3

Your first year 5

The modules you will study 5

How you will be taught 5

How and when you will be assessed 12

Attendance requirements 12

Health and Safety requirements 13

Reviewing your progress 18

Feeding back on your programme 19

Boards of Study and student representatives 19

More information, including student rep training dates, is available on the MUSU website: http://www.musu.mdx.ac.uk/student_representation Middlesex Programme Feedback Survey 20

Employability 21

Employability and your programme 21

Internships and placements 24

Employability and Careers Centre 25

Assuring the quality of your programme 25

External Examiners 25

Learning and teaching methods 26

Assessment methods 27

Submission, receipt, marking and return of assessment 28

Marking, second marking and moderation 28

Return of coursework 29

Assessment Feedback 29

Progressing on your programme 30

Academic Levels 30

Your grades 31

Re-assessment 32

Deferral of assessment 32

Extenuating Circumstances 33

Results 33

Academic misconduct 35

Appeals 35

Academic Support 36

Academic staff 36

Student Achievement Officer Support 36

Assessment Officer Support 37

Support services around the University 37

Information on UniHub 37

UniHelp 38

Middlesex University Students’ Union (MUSU) 39

Programme Specification 40

and Curriculum Map for 40

BA Film 40

Module Narratives 58



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