BA in Community Development Registration and Enrolment

Enrolment for New Students

The first step in becoming a student at the University of Glasgow is completion of Registration.  Full information on this process is available on our Registry Webpages

Following registration, students are then required to enrol on classes.  Full information is available on our Registry Webpages 

The compulsory courses which you are required to enrol on are:

 YEAR 1 

  • Introduction to Community Development (EDUC1056)
  • Engagement Strategies (EDUC1064)
  • Social Theories  (EDUC1065)
  • Academic Study (EDUC1089)
  • Community Development Practice (EDUC1066)

 YEAR 2 (Direct entry to second year students only)

  • Advanced Practice (EDUC2062)
  • Challenge, Change and Action (EDUC2078)
  • Popular Education (EDUC2077)
  • Study Trip - Local and Global (EDUC2098)
  • Power and Empowerment (EDUC2095)

Please ensure that you enrol in ALL of the courses for the year you have been accepted on.

Enrolment for Continuing Students

The first step in becoming a student at the University of Glasgow is completion of Registration.  Full information on this process is available on our Registry Webpages

Following registration, students are then required to enrol on classes.  Full information is available on our Registry Webpages 

The compulsory courses which you are required to enrol on are:

YEAR 2

  • Advanced Practice (EDUC2062)
  • Challenge, Change and Action (EDUC2078)
  • Popular Education (EDUC2077)
  • Study Trip - Local and Global (EDUC2098)
  • Power and Empowerment (EDUC2095)

YEAR 3

  • Space, Place and Politics (EDUC3052)
  • Community Development Placement (CDP) (EDUC3049)
  • Social Justice:  Individual and Community (EDUC3080)
  • Introduction to Research (EDUC3081)

YEAR 4

  • Applied Research Methods (EDUC4086) 
  • CD Elective (EDUC4087)

Please use our Room Finder App to locate your classrooms and lecture halls.

Further Support

You can access a short introduction video on the services and support available to students on the following link:

http://www.gla.ac.uk/students/introduction/