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Department of Genetics

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Most of the information you need for your course is stored on the Genetics Part II Moodle site. This is accessed with a Raven password, and if you are enrolled on the course, or just one of its Modules, you should have been granted access. On the Moodle site, you will find course resources such as lecture notes, reading lists, class lists, past exam papers, timetables and more.

General information about the Genetics Department is available here on this website, and some information about your course may be posted on other University websites - see the links below. If you cannot see an immediately-obvious link below, the information should be on the Part II Moodle site.

If you have any questions regarding the Part II Course, please email Mitha Madhu, Undergraduate Teaching Administrator.


Course Materials

  • Genetics Part II Moodle site : Log in here
  • Part II Genetics Course Timetable . All registered students are welcome to attend Part II Genetics lectures, but should first register their interest by emailing us at : All students on the Part II Genetics course will also receive an in-house timetable via email and a copy will be accessible on the Moodle site.
  • Course Handbook :  The Course Handbook is sent out to all students at the beginning of the year via email. There is also a copy available on the Moodle site.
  • External Examiner's Report : The External Examiner's Report is considered by the Teaching Committee under its Open Agenda. The Report is available to students via their representatives on the Committee.
  • Open Minutes of the Teaching Committee : These can be accessed by Part IIs on their Moodle site and by other Department members on this website
  • Examiners' Reports : These are available to view for NST courses on the Faculty of Biology website

Supporting Information

Cambridge Genetics Society

  • Interested in joining the Cambridge University Genetics Society? Check out thier Facebook Page here.


Student Complaints

The Office of Student Conduct, Complaints and Appeals (OSCCA) provides procedural advice, case handling and oversight of a number of student procedures.
If you are unhappy and wish to raise a concern or compliant, there is lots of information and support on the Student Compliants webpages. is thier main contact email, however more contact details can be found on thier webpages.