The Division of Sciences is a collegial research and learning environment. Flat organisational structures allow the Division to be flexible, innovative and adaptive in a changing world.
The Division serves approximately 3500 undergraduate students and over 800 postgraduate students. It has a total of 631 staff including general and academic staff.
- List of departments and programmes
- Undergraduate qualifications available in Sciences
- Postgraduate options available
- Divisional office contact information
Information for Divisional Staff
Following on from the Division of Sciences' inaugural Awards celebration in late 2015, the Divisional office will soon be looking for nominations for this year's awards.
The categories remain the same, acknowledging the excellent work done in many different areas of university life and work : research, teaching, community engagement, technical and administrative support.
The Awards are for general and academic staff, and they will be presented in November at a formal dinner for which details are yet to be confirmed.