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What are the benefits of interdisciplinary study? article icon

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What are the benefits of interdisciplinary study?

It seems to be a buzzword in education and one that gets thrown around quite a lot these days. But what does 'interdisciplinary' study really mean? And why is it so desirable?

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About Jumpstart University

Free resources from The Open University curated with the Russell Group to help you take your first steps to university

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All my own work

Plagiarism comes in all shapes and forms. Step into the shoes of a university student to learn the challenges and temptations facing her during her assignment, and help make it all her own work.

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The dynamics of strategy

If you're currently engaged in strategic decision-making, or will be in the future, or just want to learn more about strategy, this module will stimulate your imagination and inform your judgement. An understanding of the frameworks of strategy and an ability to use them imaginatively will help your organisation survive in the longer-term and perform its role more effectively. You will not be expected merely to 'learn' the frameworks, but to critically analyse and comment on them, sometimes in collaboration with fellow students. The module will also help you contribute to and better understand the dialogue of strategy at a variety of levels in your organisation.

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

Is being a student good for your mental health?

Why do students suffer from higher levels of depression and anxiety when compared to those who are not at university? Dr Jonathan Leach investigates...

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Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences: PhD Projects 101

Ever wondered what our research students from the school of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences do? Some of them work while being outdoors and some in the labs. Check out these explainers of their projects...

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Life, Health and Chemical Sciences: PhD Projects 101

Ever wondered what our research students from the school of Life, Health and Chemical Sciences do in the labs? Check out these explainers of their projects...

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Preparing tutorials for dyslexic language students

Strategies language teachers can follow before their tutorials to help dyslexic students 

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Health, Sports & Psychology 

There is a biological reason why teenagers struggle to wake up early!

Schools and parents all over the world need to change how they treat teenagers says The Open University's Honorary Associate in Sleep, Circadian and Memory Neuroscience, Dr Paul Kelley.

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Student-Parents: It’s a juggling act

What struggles do student-parents face? OU lecturer, Helen Owton, reflects on her experience and gives out some handy advice. 

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Get where you want to be with The Open University

The Open University is the largest academic institution in the UK with outstanding quality standards. Find out more about our degrees and courses for international students. 

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Live outside the UK?

If you live outside of the UK and would like to study with The Open University, we offer a wide range of qualifications in related subjects.

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