This is the core microeconomics course taken by all students following Economics degrees. It builds on the material covered in your 1st Year. The titles of many of the topics covered will be familiar, but the topics will be dealt with in greater depth and with more theoretical rigour than in first year.
I highly recommend the Lecture Notes for Hal Varian's Intermediate Microeconomics: A Modern Approach, Norton 2nd Edition. Moreover, you will do well to use the (excellent!) Intermediate Microeconomics Workouts for the Varian textbook.
The course outline and slides for the lectures are downloadable from this page.
You will be expected to familiarise yourself (as the need arises) with the material in the various Maths Reviews that I've put on the Course Outlines and Lectures sub-page (below). This material is self-contained, but here is a useful picture of convex and concave funtions that is however missing from the maths reviews:
by Krister Ahlersten