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Here is a list of the main events involving Early Childhood Studies (Year 3 Entry) students in Induction Week (16-20 September). Events in bold are COMPULSORY. Once you've had a look at your timetable for the week, click on our Welcome page, which contains lots of other useful information.
Don't forget to enrol online before you arrive so you can collect your student card. When you collect your card you will need to have appropriate photo Identification.
Please note that all of the sessions listed above take place at our Headington Campus. Once the semester begins all of your teaching will take place at our Harcourt Hill Campus and, in most cases, all of your modules will take place on Mondays. View everything you need to know about Harcourt Hill Campus here.
Module Registration Help desk
(or timetable and programme queries)
Module Registration Help desk
(only for students who still need to do module registration)
(only for students who have missed the Thursday deadline)
Here is a list of Key Contacts for your course:
Here are some of the recommended texts for the third year Early Childhood Studies modules. Please note that you are not required to get these books in advance. They are shown for those students who want to make a head start on the reading. Full reading lists for each module will be given in your lectures.
This is a list of all the Academic Advisors for Early Childhood Studies. You be find out who your Academic Advisor is when you arrive. You should meet your Academic Advisor in their room on Thursday Week 0 between 2pm and 4pm. If there is any change to this, it will be shown in the Alternative Arrangement column.
Please note that the following information is for advice only and that you cannot proactively add modules to your programme until you are fully enrolled.
Our undergraduate modular programme regulations state that:
Choosing your modules from the Compulsory and Acceptable lists below will allow you to limit your contact hours to Mondays (during semester). This mode of study will suit those who have already completed the Oxford Brookes Foundation Degree in Early Years (Sector-Endorsed). You may choose to do modules from the Other Acceptables list but they do not run on Mondays. Entrants from other courses may need to take a slightly different combination of modules, depending on the details of individual credit awards. View the 2019/20 Semester dates here.
As a student on our Early Childhood Studies programme you are very likely to undertake some study within an Early Years setting. You will be required to have a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously CRB check) in order to be able to do so. We will assist you in putting together the application once you have arrived here but we will need you to have some documentation with you to make an application possible. View a full list of appropriate documentation for the DBS check.