Doing an undergraduate degree is exciting but also demanding, so we provide a range of study support to help you find effective ways of learning that work for you.
Every undergraduate student is allocated an academic tutor, who is a faculty member in your department. They will be able to discuss your module choices and overall progress during your degree to help you reach your full potential.
There are a range of learning development opportunities available to support you throughout your studies. Dr Sarah Robin offers workshops, one-to-one support, peer mentoring schemes and informal drop-in sessions. Dr. Anna Karapiperi offers a range of opportunities to help you excel at math and/or stats. The Learning Development team are based in LUMS. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Academic skills workshops are available to help you develop effective study strategies
Informal drop-in sessions offer the chance to discuss study issues and get support
Peer support is available to help international students settle into academic life in the UK
Maths and Stats Help Centre (MASH) provides mentoring and support to brush up on your skills
The Academic Writing Zone has mentors on hand to help you manage the writing demands of your course
One-Stop English offers English language support for international students
Become a Student Mentor
Take the opportunity to support other students, and develop your interpersonal and employability skills at the same time. Choose from roles including transition guides for international students and academic writing mentors. We will provide the training and materials to get you started, and you'll need to be approachable, understanding and willing to spare your time to help others. To get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.