Undergraduate Induction

Important information on how to choose your prescribed and optional course modules can be found in the Your Studies Section.

In order to prepare you for beginning your undergraduate degree in September, your School has provided programme specific induction information which provides details about course induction, the teaching of your course and key contacts in the School which can be found below. 

January starts please your school for induction information and follow the registration guides.

College Induction Events

Make sure you also check the list below to find you degree induction information.

 

 

For all 1st year and Direct Entry Students: Tuesday 6th September 2016, 12.30pm - 2.15pm, Arts Lecture Theatre, William Guild Building

An introduction to some key people in the College, followed by a question and answer session. This induction is for anyone starting an undergraduate degree in Divinity / Religious Studies, History / History of Art, Philosophy, Education, Language / Linguistics, Film & Visual Studies, Literature, Music, Law, Legal Studies, Anthropology, Politics & IR or Sociology.

S4S New Students Induction: Monday 5th of September 2016, 1.30pm to 4.30pm, Room MR613, MacRobert Building

Come find out more about what S4S is and how it can make your transition to university life easier. Mentors will be in attendance as will the coordinators from each school and they will be there to tell you about S4S and answer any questions you may have.

For more information please visit the S4S page.

College Website

S4S New Students Induction: Monday 5th of September 2016, 1.30pm to 4.30pm, Room ZB3, Zoology Building

Come find out more about what S4S is and how it can make your transition to university life easier. Mentors will be in attendance as will the coordinators from each school and they will be there to tell you about S4S and answer any questions you may have.

For more information please visit the S4S page.

For all 1st year and Direct Entry Students

The Biological Sciences, Medical Sciences and Psychology Welcome Event 10:00, Tuesday 6 September 2016,  Arts Lecture Theatre, William Guild Building

You will be joined in the University’s largest lecture theatre by your fellow students studying Medical Sciences, Biological Sciences and Psychology, and you all will have something in common – it’s your first day! An informal Welcome Lecture will last around an hour providing you with information on induction activities, the role of your Personal Tutor, our mentoring scheme Students4Students, and lots more to help get you settled in. You will also have the chance to ask any questions you might have. If you still have questions or just want to have a chat with our staff, you will have the opportunity after the lecture to mill around, grab a coffee and mingle. This is a one stop shop to make you feel at home and set you up to get the most out of Fresher’s week! We look forward to welcoming you in September.

 

College Website

S4S New Students Welcome Event: Monday 5th of September 2016, 1.30pm to 4.30pm, Room G3, St Mary's Building

Come find out more about what S4S is and how it can make your transition to university life easier. Mentors will be in attendance as will the coordinators from each school and they will be there to tell you about S4S and answer any questions you may have.

For more information please visit the S4S page.


College Website

Undergraduate degree programme induction details

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A
Animal Behaviour
Archaeology
Accountancy & Finance
Anthropology
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B
Behavioural Biology
Behavioural Studies (MA/BSc) 
Biochemistry
Biological Sciences 
Biology
Biomedical Science (including Anatomy)
Biotechnology 
Business Management
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C
Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Studies
Childhood Practice
Chemistry
Computing Science
Conservation Biology
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D
Dentistry (BDS)
Divinity, Theology
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E
Ecology
Economics
Education
Engineering
English
Environmental and Forest Management
Environmental Science 
Exercise and Health Science
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F
Film & Visual Culture
Finance
French and Francophone Studies
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G
Gaelic Studies
Genetics, Genetics (Immunology)
Geography and Environment
Geology and Petroleum Geology
German Studies
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H
Hispanic Studies
History
History of Art
Human Embryology and Developmental Biology
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I
Immunology
Immunology and Pharmacology
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L
Language & Linguistics
Law , First week of law teaching timetable
Literature in a World Context
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M
Management Studies
Marine Biology 
Mathematics
Medicine (MBChB) 
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Music
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N
Neuroscience
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P
PGDE Induction booklet available on MyAberdeen after registration
Philosophy
Pharmacology
Physics
Physiology
Plant and Soil Science 
Politics and International Relations
Psychology (MA/BSc)
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R
Real Estate
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S
Sociology
Sport and Exercise Science 
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Theology and Religious Studies
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Zoology
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Choosing Your Courses

Important information on how to choose your prescribed and optional course modules