As a University of Wolverhampton student you can access free 1:1
academic skills advice to help you develop and improve your study
skills and academic skills techniques. Through the development of
these skills you can become a more effective student.
It is an opportunity to have an individual, one-on-one
discussion with a Learning and Skills Librarian about your academic
or study skills. The advice is not subject-specific. Instead, we
aim to develop your independent learning skills by providing advice
on general techniques and strategies that you can apply to your
Drop-in visits usually last for around 20 minutes.
The Learning and Skills Librarian can offer guidance on various
aspects of your academic and study skills, for example:
For help and advice on finding information, locating resources,
referencing and RefWorks, please ask at the Helpdesk located at the
entrance to the Learning Centre.
From Thursday 16th May you can meet with a
member of the Skills Team for a
one-to-one appointment. Appointment times will run
from Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Please contact us to arrange a suitable time.
You can also get support online - details of which can be
found on our Ask Skills
Come and talk to one of the Skills Team in the new Skills Zone
(MD112) City Campus
We offer face to face
tutorials and group
workshops at Burton and Telford Campuses by request.
Please contact us for further
information. NEW - Skype appointments are also
If you wish to attend a skills session but need to arrange for a
support worker or an interpreter to be present, you may make an
appointment for a specific time. Please contact
us with your request.
We welcome your comments and suggestions; if you have attended a
drop-in session please complete our
short feedback form.
The maths support centre is open to all students from any school
studying any subject in any year. If you want help with any level
of mathematics, statistics or numeracy come and ask.
The maths support centre is staffed by the academic staff from
the Mathematics department alongside some of our first class
graduates and postgraduate mathematics students. We can go through
your notes with you, show you extra examples, go through a specific
technique with you or teach you how to use the specialist maths or
statistical software we have available.
All our staff are friendly, approachable and willing to
The Maths Support Centre will be open for drop-in tuition in the
Skills Zone (MD112) at the following days and times:
From week beginning 20th
For more information please see the Maths Support
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