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Module registration

Learn more about how to register for History modules
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Learning and Teaching Team office hour

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Coursework extensions

Learn more about how to request an extension
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Academic advisors

Find out about academic advisors
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Module registration

We have now passed the deadline for module registration or module changes. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any more students on our modules, or accommodate any changes to allocated modules.

Learning and Teaching team office hour

If you are not sure who you should contact or what type of support you may need, then it may be a good idea to drop into the Learning and Teaching Team’s online office hours which are held every Monday and Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm on Zoom. The office hour is run with a virtual waiting room function, meaning there is only one student in the room at a time. This allows students to have one-to-one discussions with a Learning and Teaching Administrator.

Join the L&T office hour (only available Mondays and Wednesday, 3pm-4pm)
Password: 639563

N.B. The above link will only work if you are logged in to a Durham University Zoom account

Coursework extensions

Occasionally, significant events outside of your control may affect your ability to meet an essay deadline. You can submit an extension request through our extension request app, or email history.taughtprogrammes@durham.ac.uk if this is not possible. Requests should be submitted by 12 noon on the day prior to the submission deadline date, or earlier if your deadline is on a Monday. Requests are not monitored at weekends.

For more information on extensions, see the Undergraduate Student Handbook

Academic advisors

Alongside your regular contact hours with specific module or seminar/module leaders, you are allocated an academic advisor each year within the History Department. The role of the Academic Advisor is to provide academic support, advice and guidance to enable you to gain the most from your studies in the History Department.

 

Who is my academic advisor?

  Single honours HistoryAny other students
Level 1 Your Making History tutor Your Making History tutor, or if you don't take Making History, Dr Matt Johnson
Level 2 Your Conversations with History tutor Your Conversations with History tutor, or if you don't take Conversations with History, Dr Matt Johnson
Level 3 (or final year) Your special subject tutor Your special subject tutor, or if you don't take a special subject, Dr Matt Johnson

If after consulting the above table you're still not sure who your academic advisor is, contact the Learning and Teaching team for help.