Sample Timetable

You can expect around 15 contact hours per week in your first year, around two third of which will be in Environmental and Earth Sciences and the remainder from an additional minor subject. 

  • Approximately seven hours of lectures per week
  • Additional practical sessions and fieldwork associated with many modules
  • Time available for independent study, research, coursework and revision
 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
9am
 
The Earth's Interior
lecture
  Global Environmental Challenges  lecture    
10am
 
Global Environmental Challenges  lecture Minor Subject
lecture
    Minor Subject
lecture
11am
 
Global Environmental Challenges  tutorial   The Earth's Interior
lecture
   
12pm
 
    Environmental Processes and Systems  lecture Minor Subject
lecture
Environmental Processes and Systems  lecture
1pm
 
  The Earth's Interior
lecture
    Minor Subject
practical
2pm
 
Environmental Processes and Systems  practical     The Earth's Interior
practical
3pm
 
   
4pm
 
     

This timetable and study hours are illustrative of those studying Biological Sciences. Contact time may vary each week depending upon the mix of scheduled lectures, practical sessions and workshops. Depending upon your exisiting qualifications, you may be required to take skills modules in maths and chemistry, resulting in fewer optional modules available to choose from.