Days spent on more than screens and books
At UCN, our focus is on educating for the real world. This means that you always get to apply your knowledge with cases and tasks from the real world. Of course, there is still assigned reading and theory on our courses, but we want you to learn how to apply your knowledge in practice. We call this Reflective Practice-based Learning. It is one thing what the theory says. It is another thing how that thing actually works. More on our study and teaching ways at UCN here:
Become a part of an active and social course
Usually, lessons take place in smaller classes, allowing you to work more with cases and real-world tasks. This does not mean that you won’t get to experience big lectures – however, when class-based teaching is prioritised, chances of being heard and seen increase. That is a positive for your own learning and a positive for the social aspect of your education.