Information for current students and staff

On this page you'll find useful information specifically for current students and staff. Explore below to find useful resources to support your work and study.

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Current students

Undergraduate students starting their degree in 2019 or later can access their course handbook by logging into Blackboard via MUSE:

Blackboard (MOLE)

Undergraduate students who started their course before 2019 can access their course handbook on the following Google Site:

Course Handbook (Google Site)

Current postgraduate research students can access information to help them complete their PhD, identify training opportunities and get in touch with key contacts.

Information for postgraduate research students


Welfare

Students' welfare can be affected adversely in many ways. Please see below for some ways in which you can get the support you need.

Departmental support

If you need help or advice on anything that is affecting your course work, please speak to your tutor in first instance. They will be happy to point you in the right direction.

Student Welfare (SSiD)

University health service


Information for staff

Staff in the Department of Chemistry can access our intranet site. This includes information about teaching and research support, our governance and management structure, health and safety, and training opportunities.

Department of Chemistry Staff Intranet

Faculty of Science stores

A range of stores information, including inventory lists, health and safety information, and frequently asked questions can be accessed on the stores intranet site.

Faculty of Science Stores Intranet


English Language Teaching Centre

English language support is available from the ELTC. Their Departmental Language programme is free, and is available during term-time for students on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Departmental Language Programme

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