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If you are studying part-time under CATS you are able to study up to a maximum of five modules i.e. 75 credits per academic year. You are a full-time student if you study six to eight modules i.e. 90 to 120 credits per academic year.

Part-time students study alongside full-time students and have equal access to the full range of facilities and support mechanisms at the University.

You may decide to stop at staged points, such as a Certificate of Higher Education, or continue towards an Honours Degree or study for a Postgraduate qualification. The time it will take you to achieve these awards will be dependent on your mode of study (i.e. full- time or part-time) and the amount of modules you take each year.

How flexible is CATS?

The hallmark of CATS is flexibility. CATS allows you, for example, to study as little as one module a year. This can be a good way of getting a 'taste' of what Higher Education is like.

The flexibility of CATS means that if you need to take a break from study you can.

If you have gained credit points already from another Higher Education institution you may well be able to transfer them to your programme at the University of Hertfordshire.



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