Full schedules of lectures and seminars for Part IB, Part II, Part III and MPhil.
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- Complaints: How to resolve problems
- Computing information: Using IT facilities in and around the Department
- Directors of Studies: The HPS Director of Studies for each College
- Dissertation and essay supervisors: Who supervises which topics
- Equality and diversity: The University's commitment to equality of opportunity
- Examinations data retention policy: What happens to data after the exams
- Examiners' reports: Reports on each year's exams
- Past exam papers: Exam papers from previous years
- Plagiarism guidelines: How to avoid plagiarism, and the Department's use of Turnitin UK
- Referencing: How to set out references and bibliographies
- Research guide: Advice about how to begin your research on a variety of topics
- Student prizes: Prizes for the best student work
- Student representation: The Monitoring Committee and student representatives
- Supervision norms: The frequency of supervisions for each course
- Transferable skills: How you can acquire valuable skills
- Whipple Museum: Opportunities to study the Museum's collection
- Working with human participants: Guidance about ethical approval and data protection