When you think of uni, you probably think of lectures - but how exactly do they work?
However, this is just a general description: you can expect a lot of variation in styles between different lecturers. Some might just read their lecture out from their notes, while others might ask you questions, give demonstrations, show video clips or use any number of other methods to make their teaching more interesting. To get the most out of your lectures, you'll need to adapt to different lecturers' styles.
Often, you'll have a series of lectures for each of your modules, in which a single lecturer will take you through the essentials of the topic. If a module is more complex or offers you more choice about the specifics of what you study, there might be multiple lectures for it.
There may also be additional lectures that aren't tied to any particular module, but which could be useful for broader study or relevant to your individual interests.
When choosing modules, it's important to check the lecture timetable: if the lectures for two modules clash, you may not be able to take them both.