Referencing styles by department

Recommended referencing style for undergraduate and postgraduate (taught) students by department. Research postgraduates should consult their supervisor.

A

American Studies

Archaeology and Ancient History

B

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences - to be used by new students from 2015. Existing students should use the previous guidance

Biology

C

Cell Physiology and pharmacology

Chemistry - guidance provided by the Royal Society of Chemistry

Country House - please see further guidance

Criminology

D

Diabetes - please see further guidance

E

Economics - please see further guidance

Education

Engineering - please see further guidance

English

G

Genetics

Geography

Geology - guidance provided by the Geological Society of America

H

Health Sciences

History

History of Art and Film

I

Infection, Immunity and Inflammation

Informatics - please see further guidance

Interdisciplinary Science

L

Law

M

Management

Mathematics

Media and Communication

Medicine

Midwifery

Modern Languages

Museum Studies - please see further guidance

N

Natural Sciences

Nursing

O

Operating Department Practice - please see further guidance

P

Physics and Astronomy - please see further guidance

Physiotherapy - please see further guidance

Politics and International Relations

Psychology - please see further guidance

S

Social Work

Sociology

V

Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning

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