Resources

You want to explore your chosen subject, but the amount of information online can be overwhelming, so where do you start? The key to engaging in super-curricular activity is reading about topics that interest you and finding your niche. Look at different types of media and pick articles/videos/documents that interest you. Weigh up and discuss these with others if you can. But most of all, make sure you look after yourself when applying to university. No-one expects you to know everything, and simply wanting to learn about your subject is an amazing start!


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Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

102

Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

105

Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

106

Computer Science

108

Foundation Year in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (pre-degree course)

1124

History and Modern Languages

115

History and Politics

116

History of Art

117

Human Social and Political Sciences

118

Modern and Medieval Languages

124

Natural Sciences (Biological)

126

Natural Sciences (Physical)

128

Psychological and Behavioural Sciences

130

Theology, Religion, and the Philosophy of Religion

131

Veterinary Medicine

132