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This article provides information regarding the accreditation of Institution-wide Language Programme (IWLP) classes towards your degree.
IWLP classes can count towards your degree. However, this is dependent upon the structure of your course. Most courses at the University provide the opportunity to study an IWLP for credit.
If you take an IWLP course at Grade 3 or above as one of your level 5 options, you will gain 20 credits and the numerical mark obtained will count towards your degree classification. If you take a Grade 1 or Grade 2 IWLP course as one of your level 5 options, you will gain 20 credits, but the numerical mark you obtain will not count towards your degree classification. If you take IWLP courses for interest (as an option in addition to your 120 credits) at levels other than 5, you will not gain credits or marks towards your degree classification.
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