Even though your programme is co-ordinated through the Combined Honours Centre, it is the individual academic schools that are responsible for the modules you are taking. They manage everything to do with teaching and assessing your work.
Subject Advisers bridge the gap between the Combined Honours Centre and the academic schools you're part of. They also help staff in the Combined Honours Centre manage the degree as they are members of both the Combined Honours Board of Studies and Board of Examiners.
Subject Advisers offer academic support, including advice on the content of modules, module pre-requisites, timetables and subject-specific advice.
Check the table below to find out who your Subject Adviser is, and how to contact them. You should contact them via email. Depending on the nature of your query they may arrange a meeting with you.