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We encourage all our students, and first-years in particular, to download the latest edition of the Institute of Earth Systems Student Handbook intended as a guide to support them during their studies and to enable them to approach their work in an effective way. 

The handbook's introductory section provides a brief overview of the Institute of Earth Systems, and outlines the code of conduct expected of our students. This is followed by a chapter presenting guidelines on study methods and activities, which aims to assist students in developing and applying effective learning strategies. The next sections focus on assignments and examinations (including tips for effective communication and delivery), and on dissertations and research projects, all of which are key components of a course of study. Information on academic and social support structures follows, and the handbook concludes with a summing up of the various communication tools available to students.

Calendar
Notices
APPLY NOW for October 2019

Details of courses offered by the Institute
Very late application deadline is 30 September


Student Athlete Support Programme

NEW!
IES Sport Mentor for 2019/2020


Supplementary examinations 2019

NEW!
Final resit timetables for September 2019


Lecture timetables for September 2019

NEW!
Provisional timetables now available


Academic Excellence Award 2019

Presentation of certificates to outstanding students


B.Sc. (Hons) in Earth Systems - an overview

Video presentation of the course
Apply now for October 2019


Attention IES alumni

Call for tracer study participation



Student representatives on Boards of Studies

November 2018 election results


IES Student Handbook

September 2018 edition available for download


Academic Calendar 2018/2019

Calendar of important dates for the current academic year


FOCUS ON Climate Change

Recent research by Institute staff and students


In the News!

Spotlight on events, research findings and outreach activities


 
 
Last Updated: 15 November 2018

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