Live Classes to resume on September 25th, 2023

Live Lessons Are Back!

Starting on Monday, September 25th, 2023, our live lessons are making a comeback! Say hello to real-time interaction with your professors and peers. It’s your chance to ask questions, participate in discussions, and engage in dynamic learning. The live lessons will be held in the last two weeks of a month. For this semester, the dates are:

September: 25th – 29th

October: 16th – 20th; 23rd – 27th

November: 13th – 17th; 20th – 24th

December: 4th – 8th

We understand that life can get busy, so don’t worry if you didn’t make it to a live lesson. We’ll be recording each session and making them available on our Learning Management System (LMS). You can access these recordings at your convenience.

 Check Out Our Revised Timetable;

Timetable: School of Management and Social Sciences

Timetable: School of Computing

Introducing Office Hours

Launching on October 3rd, 2023, our new Office Hours initiative offers you a direct line to your lecturers and professors outside the classroom. It’s a valuable opportunity to seek clarification, discuss your coursework, and connect on a personal level.
Click here for the invitation and guideline for Office hours. 

Tips for making the most of live classes

  • Come prepared. Review the material that will be covered in the class beforehand so that you can ask informed questions and participate actively.
  • Be engaged. Live classes are a great opportunity to interact with your classmates and instructors. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and participate in discussions.
  • Take notes. This will help you to remember the key points covered in the class and to review the material later.
  • Follow up. If you have any questions after the class, don’t be afraid to reach out to your instructor.

We hope this information is helpful. We look forward to seeing you in class!

8 Responses

  1. Good to know that live classes are back, most important of it is the part that we can watch the recorded part.

  2. Thanks for the update
    And I really appreciate my success advisor for gettine the information cause I was still using the first time table

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