Both CU London campuses offer a range of vocational courses taught in a progressive and flexible way that is tailored to meet students’ needs.
A full-time degree programme takes three years to complete; each academic year is broken down into separate qualifications, meaning if your situation changes at any point after your first year of study and you cannot complete the course, you’ll still leave with a qualification. Year one of the programme is a HNC, year two a HND and the third year is a full degree.
Our degrees require you to study four blocks per year. Students will only study one module per block over the course of six weeks. Unlike traditional institutions, there are no end of year exams. Assessment methods could include coursework, essays, practical or project work, group work, presentations and tests. The Coventry University Group assessment strategy ensures that our courses are fairly assessed and allows us to monitor student progression towards the student achieving the intended learning outcomes.
The contact hours may be made up of a combination of face-to-face teaching, individual and group tutorials, and online classes and tutorials. Our courses are taught by academics and industry professionals.
Please refer to your specific course webpage to review how your course will be assessed and the number of contact hours you will receive each week.
Start a course between September 2021 and July 2022.
Start a course between September 2022 and July 2023.
Start a course between September 2023 and July 2024.
At CU London we offer multiple intakes throughout the academic year making higher education more accessible and therefore a more viable option. Courses can be started at the beginning of any block. We typically offer intakes during:
How to apply
If you’re interested in a degree course, your application must be submitted via the UCAS website. Once you’ve registered you can start the application process. You'll need the following:
- Institution code - C85
- Campus code - Dagenham 7; Greenwich 3
- Course code - these can be found on the relevant courses pages
For further details on how to apply, please visit our how to apply page.