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Most students find that university study is different from school or college - you will be in charge of your own learning, do independent research, and be responsible for your own progress. The resources below will help you develop the skills you need to get the most out of this new way of learning.
Students at the University talk about their experience of study here:
Although your course will require you to develop specific discipline and academic skills (which your School or Department will explain to you), you can begin to work on developing your study skills and effective learning skills now.
The Disability and Learning Support Team can offer you support for your studies if you have dyslexia or another specific learning difficulty.
The English for International Students Unit (EISU) offers English language courses to help you improve your English both before and during your studies.
Are you worried about coping with university-level study? The University has a wide range of study support on offer to help you make the most of your studies.
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"One of the main things that helped me settle into university to begin with were the lectures I had in my first week."
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