Undergraduate Education (excluding Medicine)
We are responsible for co-ordination of teaching arrangements, course administration and admissions for various programmes, including the undergraduate programme in Biomedical Sciences.
The Faculty of Physiological Sciences Undergraduate Studies Office is based in the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, in the University’s science area on South Parks Road. The Faculty is composed of the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, and the Department of Pharmacology. We are responsible for the administration of the undergraduate programme in Biomedical Sciences, and physiological sciences within the Experimental Psychology (EP) and Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics (PPL) courses, as well as Years 1-3 of the standard (6-year) Medicine course. These responsibilities include student admissions, teaching, and examinations. These courses are interdepartmental: the teaching staff are based in several different University departments that each contribute technical and material support to the teaching.
The undergraduate programme in Biochemistry (M.Biochem. in Biochemistry) is administered by staff in the Department of Biochemistry. The undergraduate programmes in Psychology (B.A. in Experimental Psychology and B.A. in Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics) are administered by staff in the Department of Experimental Psychology.
Faculty of Physiological Sciences Undergraduate Studies Office, Medical Sciences Teaching Centre, South Parks Road, OX1 3PL
See below for e-mail addresses and telephone numbers