HESA Student Record 2010/11 - Module taught in a Celtic language
HESA Student Record 2010/11
Module taught in a Celtic language
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This field is used to indicate that the module that is taught, at least in part, through the medium of a Celtic language.
|Applicable to||Northern Ireland Scotland Wales|
All module records at institutions in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
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Modules taught partly in English (or another language) and partly in a Celtic language should be coded 1 Welsh, 2 Gaidhlig or 3 Irish appropriately. Field StudentOnModule.LANGPCNT will show the proportion of the module that is taught in the Celtic language.
Code 9 'Not available through the medium of Welsh, Gaidhlig or Irish' indicates that no part of the module is taught through the medium of a Celtic language
For institutions in Wales, when using code 1, this field should indicate where the module is delivered wholly or partly through the medium of Welsh.
For further guidance on the completion of this field, and in particular with reference to activities which constitute learning through the medium of a Celtic language, please refer to the institution's funding council.
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
To monitor pattern of provision in a Celtic language.
Data type: MODLANGCodeContentType
|Change management notes||Business rule 2 updated for LANGPCNT field moving from the Module to StudentOnModule entity|
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