Whether you are coming straight from school or returning to education after a break studying, university may be different from what you have experienced before.
Your lecturers and tutors will provide guidance and support as well as signpost you to key sources of information but you will be expected to develop your own knowledge and skills and become an independent active learner.
Your progamme could be made up of:
Outside of organised teaching you will be expected to be:
Before you arrive you can connect with a Peer Mentor via email to ask questions and find out more about university life at Christ Church.
Once you arrive there is plenty of academic support available via:
Plus a range of online resources including your Digital Library, Skills4Study and Productivity Software.
Look out for Academic Development Week in October. This week provides you with an important opportunity to meet with your Personal Academic Tutor, reflect on your academic progress so far and identify any further support you might need to stay on track and succeed.
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