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Term dates and opening hours

Term dates and opening hours

Term dates and opening hours

Your programme will fit within the dates outlined below, however, some courses will vary. There may be times when you need to complete assessments or work based learning, or when additional sessions are offered outside of these dates.

The assessment period begins in June and many programmes will have no formal teaching after this point. You should check your handbook for the academic calendar of activity that is specific for your programme for the exact dates you will be in attendance.

During scheduled HECPD (staff training) there will be no formal teaching and limited access to the library.


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2023/24 Term Dates

Enrolment week:
Monday 11th – Friday 15th September 2023

First semester

Classes commence: Monday 18th September 2023
Reading week: Monday 16th - Friday 27th October 2023
End of term: Friday 8th December 2023

Second semester

Start of Term: Tuesday 2nd January 2024
Reading Week: Monday 12th - Friday 16th February 2024
End of Term: Wednesday 27th March 2024

Third semester

Start of Term: Monday 15th April 2024
Reading Week: Monday 27th - Friday 31st May 2024
End of Term: Friday 14th June 2024

2023/24 Opening hours


Monday

8am - 6pm

Tuesday
8am - 6pm

Wednesday
8am - 9pm

Thursday
8am - 6pm

Friday
8am - 6pm

Saturday
CLOSED

Sunday
CLOSED

  • Quality courses

    We are rated as Gold in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework, meaning the teaching, learning and opportunities we provide are of the highest quality in Britain, and we have also achieved the best Higher Education Review in the West of England.

  • Student satisfaction

    We achieved an overall satisfaction score of 93% in the National Student Survey 2019 and five of our degree areas – Animal Management, Applied Computing, Counselling, Early Years and Musical Theatre – have individual overall satisfaction scores of 100%.

  • Outstanding support

    We do all we can to support our students, including offering mental health and wellbeing guidance and providing additional learning expertise, and we also offer plenty of opportunities to get involved with everything going on at UCW.

  • Quality courses

    We are rated as Gold in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework, meaning the teaching, learning and opportunities we provide are of the highest quality in Britain, and we have also achieved the best Higher Education Review in the West of England.

  • Student satisfaction

    We achieved an overall satisfaction score of 93% in the National Student Survey 2019 and five of our degree areas – Animal Management, Applied Computing, Counselling, Early Years and Musical Theatre – have individual overall satisfaction scores of 100%.

  • Outstanding support

    We do all we can to support our students, including offering mental health and wellbeing guidance and providing additional learning expertise, and we also offer plenty of opportunities to get involved with everything going on at UCW.

Quality courses

We are rated as Gold in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework, meaning the teaching, learning and opportunities we provide are of the highest quality in Britain, and we have also achieved the best Higher Education Review in the West of England.

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