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Study Skills offering from 12th April to 30th August

Dissertation Clinics are the main Study Skills offering from Library Services between April and August. You can drop-in for a 20 minute chat with a Study Skills Leader on Wednesday afternoons in April, May and June. 

We hope to offer drop-in clinics on a variety of weekday afternoons in July and August.

Bookable appointments on Study Skills will be available again in the new teaching year. 

Please read our Charter to find out more about out Study Skills offering.

What's on offer April to August

Between April and August you can see our Study Skills Leaders on a drop-in basis in our Dissertation Clinics.

  • 20 mins slots are available on Wednesday afternoons between 2pm-5pm (except 19th April)
  • These are on a drop-in basis, so there is no booking to do. You may need to queue if they are busy
  • Details of which of our Study Skills Leaders are available on a particular afternoon are available on the below calendars 
  • For further details see our Dissertation Clinics page

We are not able to offer appointments, or to accommodate drop-ins at times other than those indicated on the below calendars.

Dissertation clinics @ Maughan Library

No appointment required, just drop by. Click on an entry to find out more details.

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You can also have an online chat with Library Services staff 24/7

 

Come to our Dissertation Clinics!

Dissertation clinics @ FWB

No appointment required, just drop by. Click on an entry to find out more details.

Why come to a Dissertation Clinic?

Our Study Skills Leaders can help with:

  • Setting up a study strategy
  • Understanding what is required in a dissertation
  • Setting up realistic goals for dissertation planning
  • Critical thinking and weighing up the arguments
  • How to develop a focus for your dissertation

We will recommend that you speak to your supervisor if it's something that we think you should be discussing with them.

If you would like to bring a printed sample of your work to help discussions, it needs to be no longer than 1000 words. Please note, we are not offering a proof reading service or support with English.

Dissertation clinics @ NHH

No appointment required, just drop by. Click on an entry to find out more details.