Presentation on theme: "Business School Welcome to the Business School! Lindsay Williams and Belinda Platt Business School Induction Co-ordinators."— Presentation transcript:
Business School Welcome to the Business School! Lindsay Williams and Belinda Platt Business School Induction Co-ordinators
Business School What are the aims of the Business School Induction? To welcome you, help you to meet other students and staff To prepare you for your first classes what is it going to be like? where do I need to be? have I done everything I need to do? Let you know about all the opportunities available to you as an Undergraduate Business School student Get to grips with the Brookes language and how things work here!
Business School Plan for this session Short presentations from Tracy Panther (Head of Undergraduate Programmes) Meera Shah (Final year student) …and me!
Business School Tracy Panther (Head of Undergraduate Programmes)
Business School Key words to get you through this week AF - Accounting and Finance AT - Accounting (Combined Honours) BF - Business and Finance for Managers BK - Business and Marketing Management BL - Business Logistics BQ - Business Economics BT - International Business Management BU - Business and Management BW - Business (Combined Honours) EC - Economics (Combined Honours) FI - Business and International Finance HH - Human Resource Management and Business IE - Business Innovation and Enterprise MB - Business and Marketing Communications MK - Marketing Management MM - Marketing Management (Combined Honours) RT - Retail and Business Management
Business School BU
Business School Key words to get you through this week + = Field Chair
Business School Key words to get you through this week Programme Module PIP (Personal Information Portal) Makes up your timetable (Stage I and Stage II)
Business School Accessing PIP
Business School Key words to get you through this week Programme Module PIP (Personal Information Portal) Module Leader Academic Adviser (read diary pages) Makes up your timetable (Stage I and Stage II)
SSC (Student Support Co-ordinator) Key words to get you through this week Every Monday to Friday 11am – 2pm W206
Business School What else can get you through the week? The Wiki! One of the most important parts of induction!! Business School Induction Wiki https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/bbsis2/Home Free Wireless Access until Friday 29 th January (check out the computer services website)
Business School Meera Shah (The Student Perspective)
Dont cross a road when an emergency vehicle is approaching. Be careful of phone marketing The places to shop Places to visit I needed a laptop to do my assignments.
Visit the Students Union and ask what opportunities are available for students. The acronyms used within Brookes: PIP, HKSC etc. ISAS is always there to help. If you have problems with your modules, contact your Academic Advisors. You can get student discounts at different shops around Oxford. Get an NUS Extra card from the SU reception. If you are between 16 and 25 years old, you are able to get a National Rail Card- you can a discount on travelling to different counties by train. If you cant understand what the lecturer is saying, you can always talk to PAL leaders who will help you with that module.
The places to shop: Primark, New Look, Apricot, Zara, River Island.- Enjoy the sales!! The places for general shopping: Tesco (on Cowley Road), Sainburys, Waitrose. Co-op. Mobile phone companies: Orange (you can get Orange Wednesdays), O2, Vodafone, 3, Virgin. You can get either a contract or Pay As You Go No tv? BBC iplayer/ Sidereel/You Tube Cowley Road has international shops You can only work a maximum of 20 hours a week during semester- time. Keep your things safely. Dont just leave your stuff lying around.
You dont have to buy all the books. You can find some of them online and others in the library. Make sure you make back-up copies of all your work. You may sign up for societies but make sure you dont get too tied up with activities- also concentrate on your coursework. Make sure you have a budget that you stick to. Participate in group work and seminars Dont do things that you dont want to do just because your friends are doing it. Enjoy your time at Brookes!!!!
How to get the most out of University Study abroad Clubs and Societies Paid and Voluntary work experiences Student Representative Student Ambassadors
Business School Plan for tomorrow Need to attend a session between 10-12pm…see the Wiki for more details (go to EL19a or EL19b) A free lunch! Field Surgeries and meeting your academic adviser
Business School And finally… DONT MISS OUR SESSIONS TOMORROW Leave plenty of time for the buses…..(tomorrow, and for when your classes start) Some classes start on Thursday and Friday this week Any questions then check out the Wiki (or visit the Undergraduate Office – above Brookes Café). Write down the address now! https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/bbsis2/Home Are any of you interested in a social night out on Monday 15 th February? Good luck and enjoy your time here in the Business School!