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At the University of Hertfordshire, we offer a range of academic support to help you develop important academic skills. From time management to academic referencing, we have a range of workshops to help you get to grips with studying at university.
The University has a range of support services in place for all students to benefit from including:
- Computing and software services
- Learning Resource Centres (LRCs)
- An online library
- Our student learning portal, StudyNet
- Study skills support
From specialist English and Maths support to advice on finding the best resources and managing your workload and assignments, our friendly team of experts are here to help. See What’s on for information of central and school based support available including:
Support within your School of Study
Each School of Study has a range of support to help you develop subject specific academic skills. If you are unsure of the support available within your School, please speak to your Programme Leader who should be able to advise.
Students' Union SUStudySmart sessions
#SUStudySmart sessions are one-to-one tutorials run in partnership with the Student's Union to help you discover your learning preferences and develop important skills like time and workload management. The sessions are designed to empower you and make you feel more confident with your assignments, revision techniques and exams.