Teaching and learning
Our students benefit from a consistently high-quality learning experience, including the use of dedicated technology to help them fulfil their potential.
Approach to learning
The approach to learning will depend on your course. The frequency of in-person teaching will depend on:
- your programme of study
- Welsh government rules on social distancing
- where relevant, the requirements of professional, statutory or regulatory governing bodies.
Teaching in smaller groups
At the moment, large lectures will not take place on campus. Where social distancing requirements can be met, on-campus learning will consist of in-person teaching in smaller groups. It will include tutorials or clinical, studio and laboratory sessions, where relevant.
These smaller sessions will benefit from additional safety measures, alongside high-quality online teaching, learning activities and resources.
In addition, all students benefit from a range of online technologies and approaches that provide content, facilitate collaboration and support independent learning.
Study skills support
We have a team in place to design students’ digital learning experiences, ensuring that it is interactive, inclusive and engaging.
We've also created guides to help you get fully prepared for your teaching and to address any concerns you may have about what your lessons will look like.
To ensure a positive digital learning experience for everyone, we work in partnership with students to continually evaluate and improve our digital tools, resources and teaching approaches.