We are committed to helping you achieve the most from your studies, throughout your degree.
You'll meet with your Academic Tutor on a one-to-one basis at least once a term, as well as taking part in group tutorials. Your tutor will have an understanding of your progress through your ongoing assessment. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses, you'll tackle study areas that you may need help with and get advice on the best path to follow based on your skills and preferences.
Faculty Academic Support
Student Learning Advisor
Liz Hurrell, the Student Learning Advisor for the Faculty of Health and Medicine, offers drop in sessions, one-to-one meetings and workshops for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Topics include:
- Note-taking strategies
- Preparation for exams
- How to read academic papers
- Help with writing reports, essays and your dissertation
University Academic Support
A range of academic support is available to you at the University. Please visit the Student Based Services pages for more information.
If you need support in your studies due to a disability, a range of services are available to you: