|Study Abroad Physics Options
|Staff of Foreign Host Institution
|60 NICATS / 30 ECTS
|8 students (approx)
Physics options at study abroad host institutions must be approved by the Stage 3 Study Abroad Co-ordinator and should normally be at NQF Level 6 or above while not substantially overlapping modules that have already been taken as part of the degree. Options must comprise learning within the domain conventionally known as 'Physics', but within this constraint students are encouraged to select modules that draw on the specialisms available in their host institution and/or that will broaden their education.
Physics option modules within the Study Abroad programmes aim to enable the student to develop their understanding physics and of the educational system and culture of of the host country and institution.
A student who has passed this module should be able to:
As specified by host institution.
|Study in accordance with the conventions of the host institution
|Homework (see note)
|Weekly 4-hour sets
|Final exam (see note)
Notes: Assessment assignment patterns follow the conventions of the host institution. The above entries are only indicative of typical arrangements. Grades awarded by overseas institutions are converted to Exeter grades using the conversion procedures described in the Physics Handbook
The following list is offered as an indication of the type & level of information that students are expected to consult. Further guidance will be provided by the Module Instructor(s).
Re-assessment is not available except when required by referral or deferral.
|Original form of assessment
|Form of re-assessment
|Time scale for re-assessment
Notes: Re-assessment arrangement follow the conventions of the host institution
|Physics with study abroad only
|Physics; Option; Host institution; Study Abroad.