Lectures and tutorials make up the majority of teaching time, although some programmes also use other teaching methods.
You will be taught through a combination of lectures and tutorials, with laboratory work for science-based courses.
For most courses, lectures form the main teaching framework. They provide a guide to the subject matter and set out the foundations upon which you can build your knowledge.
Tutorials consist of a small group of students and give you the opportunity to develop and discuss themes with academic staff. Tutorials are often based on written work.
As well as lectures and tutorials, we use a wide range of additional teaching methods, including:
Our programmes vary considerably in terms of course content, teaching, learning and assessment.
We suggest that you look at individual subject areas for more information about teaching methods in each school.
You can use our Degree finder to search for information on individual degrees.
This article was published on Jan 28, 2013