All staff in Arts and Humanities are International researchers or professional or creative experts. Our research informs our teaching. Teaching varies throughout our programmes but generally our students are taught in the first year through lectures and tutorials. In the second year modules include seminars, group presentations and practice-based study. In the final year modules include work placements or internships, a dissertation, seminars and presentations. Assessment also varies and can include essay, coursework, presentations, practical projects and examination. Our programmes develop key skills including self-management, team-working, customer awareness, problem solving, communication and literacy numeracy skills – statistics and data handling. These skills are crucial and will enable students to become more effective learners, enhance their personal development planning and consequently encourage them to achieve higher levels of attainment in their study and future careers.