We understand that as a university student you may face some academic challenges that you need help with. These may include:
Academic Support is available to all undergraduate and postgraduate students currently registered on a course within the School of Life and Medical Sciences. Please visit our ASU StudyNet site for full details of our support services, a list of our upcoming workshops, calendar of university-wide support sessions and further information
To help you with these challenges, our team of dedicated academic support staff offer generic help and advice through Academic Support Unit (ASU) one-to-one sessions.
Yes, you need to book in to avoid waiting around. We also need an indication of what you would like to discuss, so you can be seen by the most appropriate member of staff.
To book and appointment please email us.
We are located in Room C106, which is located close to Main Reception, College Lane Campus.
Your laptop or tablet, memory stick or a printed copy of the work you would like us to help you with.
Please come with specific questions, for example:
Please note, we do not proof-read work and you must contact us a minimum of 2 weeks before your submission deadline to discuss specific assessments.
Each session lasts approximately 30 minutes.
We will not be able to read your complete assignment, but we are able to offer targeted advice. We can, for example:
We also run a range of tailored workshops for our LMS students to develop confidence in their academic abilities. Find out more about ASU workshops.
The ASU Team is made up of three academic members of staff from the School of Life and Medical Sciences: Dr Danni Pearce, Andrew Smith and Danny Buckley. Find out more information about us below.
Email us including your name and ID number or call us on +44 (0)1707 286530.
We look forward to seeing you at our ASU one-to-one sessions.