UNIQ Academic Module

As part of the wider UNIQ programme, we run an academic module to provide an opportunity to experience life as a Chemistry undergraduate featuring a mixture of lectures, tutorials, and practical work to give you the full academic experience.

Lectures cover a range of subjects, showcasing the diversity and breadth of the Chemistry degree. A wide-ranging lecture programme will cover important scientific and topical subjects, with recent examples being crystal structures, chirality, hydrogen fuel cells, the chemistry of oxygen, animal magnetism, DNA, and quantum chemistry.

Following lectures, students participate in tutorials covering physical, inorganic and organic branches of chemistry. These tutorials take the form of teaching new information that expands upon previous knowledge, and involves group discussion and problem-solving. They are designed to give you a valuable insight into the tutorial system, which is unique to the Oxford course.

Afternoons consist of practical activities to explore aspects related to the taught course. 


17/07/23 - 19/07/23


Department of Chemistry


Year 12 State school students