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What's on offer this term

One-to-one appointments with our Study Skills Leaders are available to book from 16 October.

Day Time Location Topic Study Skills Leader
Monday 2-5pm Maughan Library G13 Academic Writing Sam Kimpton-Nye
Monday 2-5pm NHH Library GSR 4 Statistical Support and Writing Andrea Fernandes
Tuesday 2-5pm Maughan Library G13 Academic Writing Sam Kimpton-Nye
Wednesday 2-5pm FWB Library, pod 1st floor Statistical Support and Scientific Writing Nuria Garcia
Wednesday 2-5pm Maughan Library, G13 Academic Writing Diya Gupta
Wednesday  5.30-7.30pm NHH Library GSR 4 Statistical Support and Scientific Writing Abhishekh Ashok
Thursday 2-5pm NHH Library GSR 4 Statistical Support and Scientific Writing Andrea Fernandes
Thursday  2-5pm Maughan Library G13 Academic Writing Matthew Knowles
Friday 2-5pm WEC Library  Statistical Support and Scientific Writing Ralica Dimitrova
Friday 2-5pm FWB Library, pod 1st floor Statistical Support and Scientific Writing Nuria Garcia

 

 

Online resources

If you want immediate help, please check out some of our online resources:

SkillsHub provides information on sources of support available at King's

Skills4Study Campus is an excellent source of resources to help you to develop your academic skills. You can access this using your King's login details. 

Lynda.com provides training resources covering a range of skills, from presentations and project management to using particular software packages

Study Skills

Whether you have been out of education for a while, are new to the UK, or want to do everything you can to gain an outstanding degree, we hope that you will take advantage of the resources described here. You may be anxious about starting your first assignment or you may want to know how to produce a really good final year project. Whatever your needs, subject or level of study, we have resources for you.

Developing skills is a gradual process and does not happen overnight. It is very much an individual process that you build on as you progress through your programme. There is no point at which you cannot improve further and we are here to help you to achieve your goalsOur emphasis is on assisting students ito fulfill their full potential, to help improve their self-esteem and employability by becoming more independent and effective. Developing and reflecting on your study skills will help to boost your confidence and support you with the skills necessary to undertake a course in higher education and beyond. 

What do we offer

Study Skills is part of KLaSS within Library Services. Our dedicated team of PhD Study Skills Leaders offer a range of support to all students in mathematics, statistics, academic writing and study skills.

  • We  offer 45 minute one to one appointments and drop-ins at various sites across King's
  • Students can bring a sample of their work to the session to discuss with the tutor
  • Tutors will provide advice and guidance to support student skills development
  • Please let us know if you have any accessibility issues by contacting us in advance on libraryservices@kcl.ac.uk

For further details about our provision, please see the Study Skills Centre Charter

Contact Us

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Feel free to chat to us in person, by phone or by using our 24/7 live online chat - details are on our Contact Us page

For general enquiries about Library Services, you can also email libraryservices@kcl.ac.uk

For IT-related enquiries, contact details are available on the IT Help and Support page, or you can email 8888@kcl.ac.uk