Individual tutorials and a range of online resources which focus on developing academic skills are available to support you. These include referencing, essay writing, dissertation writing, critical analysis and reflective writing.
Skills4Study is an interactive set of on-line resources that will help you develop your academic skills at your own pace.
If English is not your first language, we offer individuals work shops and study groups. Select from a wide range of resources to develop your English skills and reach your full potential.
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Support, training and official Microsoft Certification is available at the University to enable you to make better use of the separate programmes that make up the Microsoft Office Suite.
Access Microsoft Office and IT training
If you want to know why you should reference and how to do it, or if you are worried that you may be plagiarising, there are a range of resources available to help.
Find out about referencing and plagiarism
From here you can find out how to start your essay or assignment and steps you can take to prepare yourself to complete them successful.
More information about academic writing
Build your confidence when talking in front of people and grow your presentation skills through a range of resources.
Information on help with presentation skills
Student Learning Development can support you develop all aspects of dissertation and extended essay writing ranging from how to get organised and what to include in the methodology.
Improve your dissertations
If you are worried about revision and exams, support is available to help you develop and enhance your revision skills and exam techniques.
Better prepare for exams
Reflective writing is an important aspect of academic writing in higher education, but when starting out with reflective writing, many students wonder what reflective writing is and how you can do it.
Grow through reflection
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