Useful information and links for 3rd year.
Third year is much more demanding than second year.
You will be required to study and perform multiple tasks at once: see Time Management advice in the Handbook.
Course lecturers set their own coursework schedule: be prepared for not only overlapping coursework but also multiple deadlines close in time to each other.
Third year courses are more advanced, thus, more "difficult".
Some courses may require additional skills (e.g., using a different programming language), so be prepared to do extra work if necessary.
Think twice about paid employment, trips away from Edinburgh, etc., and do not procrastinate.
student.inf.ed.ac.uk - Personalised information about your Informatics courses.
FAQ for Informatics students - Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
Semester dates - Key dates in the University's academic calendar.
University course timetable system - Create and bookmark your individual lecture timetable.
Course survey reports & videos - reviews from students of Informatics courses.
Degree programmes 2017/18 - Formal specification of all degrees offered by the School.
Past exam papers - The library archive of all past exam papers.
Informatics past exam papers - Includes sample solutions for some pre-honours courses.
Computing help pages - General Informatics computing support information and advice.
Computing Support Form - Fill this in if you have any technical issue you need to raise with support.
Informatics Social Media Hub - Connect with our existing Informatics social media accounts
Publishing online - Informatics services for creating your own website or blog.
Compsoc -The University of Edinburgh Artificial Intelligence and Computing Society.
Hoppers - an Informatics group for female students.
Centre for Sport and Exercise - The University Gym
Informatics football - Informatics has a football team.
EUSA - Edinburgh University Students Association.
Accommodation Services - Find student accommodation at Edinburgh University.
Advice Place - Free professional advice from EUSA on all aspects of student life.
Career Services and Presentations - Links to the University's career service and employer presentations.
Disability Services - Providing help and guidance for students with disabilities.
Institute for Academic Development - Offers help with study skills through workshops and online learning resources.
New book suggestion form - Recommend books for purchase by the University Library
Scholarships for undergraduate students - Information on applying for a UG Scholarship.
Student administration - Information about finances, matriculation, exams, and graduation.
Informatics videos - We have several videos introducing various aspects of Informatics at Edinburgh.
Student prizes - The Informatics Student Prize Scheme aims to recognize and reward excellent performance across the curriculum.