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Part III - Timetable

LENT TIMETABLE

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Weeks 1-4 5-8 1-4 5-8 1-4 5-8 1-4 5-8 1-4 5-8
09:00

Palaeo A

Nuclear Materials

Palaeo B

IDP1

IDP1

(Nuc mat)

Palaeo A

Nuclear Materials

Palaeo B

IDP1

 

IDP1

(Nuc mat)
Petrol C Nuclear Materials
10:00

Palaeo A

Palaeo B IDP2 IDP2

Palaeo A

Palaeo B IDP2 IDP2 Petrol C
11:00 Climate A Climate B Geoph A Geoph B Geoph A Geoph B
12:00 Climate A Climate B IDP3 IDP3 Geoph A Geoph B IDP3 IDP3 Geoph A Geoph B
(12:00-13:00) Downtown Seminar
13:00 LUNCH
14:00 Mineral A Mineral B Petrol A Petrol B Mineral A Mineral B Petrol A Petrol B Climate A Climate B
15:00 Mineral A Mineral B Petrol A Petrol B Mineral A Mineral B Petrol A Petrol B Climate A Climate B
16:00 Petrol C Bullard Seminar
17:00 Petrol C
17:30 Sedgwick Club Talk

 

  • No Options have set pre-requisites, but some courses are advisable.
  • The main options have been allocated 4 hours per week for 4 weeks, 16 sessions.
  • IDP courses will run 2 hours a week for 8 weeks; 16 sessions.
  • Nuclear materials (taught in materials) will run over 12 sessions in the last three weeks of Lent term, 9-10 W, Th, F, M (but last session will be Tu 14 instead of W 15 March) with an additional 4 lectures in Michaelmas in Engineering if you want a refresher in basic ESB mineralogy.
  • The guideline length of each option is 12 units, where a unit is a 1 hour lecture or seminar, or 1.5 hours of practical work. The number of lectures in an option might vary between 6 (plus 9 practical hours: total 15 hours) and 12. So any option fits within the 16 allocated slots.
  • The timetable allows the most number of options to run (12 plus 3 IDP courses = 15)
  • Each option is examinable by a 90 minute exam in the main exam period.
  • Some options have an assessed practical element. These will be examined either during the Lent Term or early Easter Term.