Undergraduate Science Students

For students in the following Schools: Chemistry, Computing Science, Geographic & Earth Sciences, Mathematics & Statistics and Physics & Astronomy.

Your online College Induction will take place on Tuesday 13 September:

Science Course Enrolment and Timetable

Find out about your timetable and how to enrol on your courses.

Your Adviser of Studies

What is an adviser's role, and how do I find out who mine is?

Undergraduate Engineering Students

For students in the James Watt School of Engineering.

Your induction will take place on Thursday 15 September in the Kelvin Lecture Theatre (Room 257). Please attend the appropriate session for your programme:

  • 10.00-11.00: Aeronautical Engineering, Aerospace Systems, Mechanical Design Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics, Mechatronics, Product Design Engineering
  • 13.00-14.00: Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering with Architecture, Electronic & Software Engineering, Electronics & Electrical Engineering, Electronics with Music

For details on your discipline icebreaker activities and Q&A sessions, please see the School Enrolment Guidance page.

Engineering Course Enrolment and Timetable

Find out about your timetable and how to enrol on your courses.

Your Adviser of Studies

What is an adviser's role, and how do I find out who mine is?

Postgraduate Taught students

Postgraduate Research students

Dean of Graduate Studies

Meet your Dean of Graduate Studies, Professor Richard Hartley. 

Studying Science or Engineering at research level means that you will be part of a Graduate School which provides the highest level of support to its students.

Systems and support

Our systems

Find out about how to use Moodle, MyCampus, email and more.

Your student support officer

Get in touch with your Student Support Officer:

Academic guidance

Grading scheme

Find out about the grading scheme.

Learning Support

Students in Science & Engineering can make an appointment or come to a class with the Effective Learning Adviser for the College to talk about anything related to their academic work.

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Acknowledging contribution

Professor Stephany Biello explains the importance of referencing in your work. Find out more on the Library website: