Dispatches from a module

Welcome to 50% of one of my modules.

As part of the third year module Bio Enterprise and Employability, third year Bangor University students are set a blogging assignment. This is worth 50% of the module’s final mark.

Although many people choose to create a blog just for this module, I have decided to run it as a series at Barreleye Zoology.

So what will this series include?

  • Posts about the module’s sessions (Assessment Centres, Careers café, Dragons’ Den, CV Writing and Writing a Business Plan)
  • Posts about the module’s seminars 
  • Posts about relevant seminars, which may include talks from Bangor University Conservation Society, Bangor University Zoological Society and Bangor University Herpetological Society

In total, this series will be at least 10 posts long, with each post being 300-500 words long. Additionally, there will be a 1000-word long reflections post at the end of the module.

This series will be posted under the Bio Enterprise and Employability category. Normal blog posts will continue alongside this series.

I hope you enjoy this series, and that it will give you an insight into this module.

 

 

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