I teach in
undergraduate astronomy degrees, delivered jointly by Liverpool
John Moores University and
the University of Liverpool. This
is a unique arrangement in the UK whereby the Physics department of
the UofL and the ARI have joined forces to teach a "Physics with
Astronomy" BSc degree and an "Astrophysics" MPhys degree.
Most of the teaching happens at the UofL; only in the 4th year is there some teaching and project work that happens at the ARI.
Students are registered in both Universities and can use all facilities from each of them. This includes libraries, sport halls, student unions, pastoral support, etc. And they get two degrees in the end.
Do not hesitate to contact me if you want to know more about these degrees.Alternatively, you can contact our admissions office directly or you can visit the page of the University of Liverpool undergraduate admissions.
- PHYS485 "Physics of the radiative universe" (jointly with C. Simpson)
- PHYS362: "Advanced Observational Astronomy" (jointly with I. Steele)
- PHYS496 "Communicating astrophysics" (module led by D Carter)
- PHYS362 "Advanced observational astronomy"
- PHYS243 "The physics toolbox" (module led by R. McGrath)
- Tutorials in Yr 1 and 2
If you have access to it, the University of Liverpool Physics Intranet contains a lot of information for students and staff, in particular: Programme Specifications, Module Specifications, Handbooks (students and staff), Timetables, Academic Calendar, Minutes of meeetings (BoSiP, Student-Staff committee, Year committees), past exam papers