October update for postgraduates – Welcome (back) to study

Whether you’re here for the first time or a returning student, now is an excellent time to set some new (academic) year’s resolutions, and the Study Skills service is here to help you do just that.

Here is a selection of online resources, blog posts and workshops to get you started. You can find the full collection on the Study Skills Blackboard page. And you can book upcoming workshops here.

For Arts, Social Sciences & Law students

Online resourcesBlog postsWorkshops
Time managementStudent perspective: Obliterating procrastinationManaging your academic workload
Making & using notesLetter to my undergraduate self: Alison Marshall – ‘Freewriting is liberating for people with perfectionist tendencies like me’Academic reading

 

For Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) students

Online resourcesBlog postsWorkshops
Time managementStudent perspective: Obliterating procrastinationNew year, new study skills
Making & using notesLetter to my undergraduate self: Simon Gamble – ‘Don’t waste brain power on fears, spend the time studying’Notetaking - when, why and how
“Being critical”: an introduction to critical reading & writing

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