The Learning Skills Team work with students to develop their study skills. The team offer guidance on researching information, referencing and writing assignments. Each faculty is assigned a specialist Learning Developer and Learning & Research Librarian to offer you personalised support.
A wide range of Learning Skills services are available to ensure that you are able to receive advice and support throughout your time at Christ Church University. Whether you need some extra help to understand how to write an academic essay, or want to up your grades, you can find more information on the student webpages or Learning Skills Hub.
Yes, we offer tutorials for students who need further guidance after completing one of our Learning Skills modules or need a little extra direction after receiving formative or summative feedback.
Academic writing can seem quite different from other ways of communicating and developing your skills early on can make a big difference to your studies.
The range of assignments and exams you’ll complete means you need lots of different skills. Help is on hand to give you the confidence to plan and structure your work and prepare for exams.
Researching your assignments can seem like a big task so we offer lots of support to help you get going and find the information you need.
Referencing is a key skill for academic writing at all levels and we can help you navigate the referencing system used within your programme.
Our aim is to provide you with an outstanding education while ensuring your health, safety and wellbeing. This will be delivered through a mix of on-campus face-to-face and digital activities.