The major method by which students are taught is via lectures, the size of which varies from 180 to as few as 4 or 5 students for some of the option modules. Lectures last for 50 minutes and presentations range from the more traditional ‘chalk and talk’ to the use of digital presentations.
Excellent academic staff who are committed to teaching and learning, reflected in the innovation and range of different activities in the delivery of programmes and in the number of University and national prizes received
Periodic Review, March 2010
The lecture courses provide you with a framework for the whole programme and they are used:
All of this teaching, including skills courses, is done by academic staff typically in the Department of Chemistry. Many of our teaching classrooms have recently been refurbished, which included the provision of smart boards.
In Year 4 of the MChem Year in Industry course, students are required to complete distance learning packages, which are available on the University's Virtual Learning Environment.
Our free online Exploring Everyday Chemistry starts on 29 June 2020. Our UCAS offer holders can get full access to the course material