Information for current undergraduates
Undergraduate course material and information can be found in this section. Lecture notes, where available, can be found in the list of modules, see link on the left. We also have previous exam papers which are available in PDF format for you to download. Information for specific years can be found in the relevant year section, which includes timetable and laboratory information.
Hicks Student Support and Submission of Course Work
Support for students of the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the School of Mathematics and Statistics is provided via the Hicks Student Support in room G12.
This room is open 9.30-16.30 Monday – Friday.
You should contact this support service if you have any teaching related questions, and is also where you should
- Submit special circumstances forms
- Submit module choice / add/drop and change of status forms
Submission of course work
The majority of course work (home works, project reports etc.) must be submitted anonymously via the Hicks Student Support. Exceptions include tutorial work in year 1.
All course work must have the relevant cover sheet attached. You can obtain a cover sheet for a specific assignment from this link:
You will need to use your MUSE login details. Print out the cover sheet and attach this to the front of your work. Cover sheets are available from a week before the submission date.
Work can be handed in to G12 during opening hours or at any time the Hicks Building is open via the metal box outside G12.
Submission of coursework is no longer confirmed by email.
Please note that cover sheets are specific to a given item of course work and student. If you get a friend to print out a cover sheet your marks may not be credited to you.
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Student Services Information Desk
The Student Services Information Desk (SSiD) is an important point of contact for you throughout your time at the University. SSiD's staff are trained to deal with a wide range of enquiries and the office is a key central point for general information on many University services.
Health and safety information
The University recognises that safety is an essential component of all its activities. Although research inevitably involves unknown risks, no undertaking is so important that it should be pursued in an unsafe manner. The University´s policy is to safeguard, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all its staff and students. Please familiarise yourself with the information in the following pages: Health and safety information