The Global Graduate Award (GGA) in Sustainability module is available to all students of the University - undergraduate, postgraduate and exchange students. While you'll all be attending classes together and are required to complete the same tasks in order to complete the module successfully, there are some differences, explained in more detail below.
If you are an undergraduate student, you can take a different GGA module every year. For each GGA module that you complete successfully, you will receive 15 co-curricular credits, the same number of credits as for any other undergraduate degree module. The final mark will be recorded on your transcript, but the credits will not count towards your degree or your degree classification.
If you are a postgraduate student, you will receive a certificate, detailing your final mark. You will not receive co-curricular credits, and the module will not appear on your transcript.
If you are an exchange student (eg, Erasmus, occasional student, etc) enrolled as an undergraduate student, and you are here for two semesters, you can take a GGA module for co-curricular credits.
For more information, please see the following file: