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Learning Resources

All students have access to our modern learning facilities and study spaces across all seven sites. Here you will find the resources you need to complete your work effectively – including PCs, Macs, e-books, journals and sophisticated digital software. At our larger library sites, we have numerous Spaces and Pods available for individual or group study.

Our Study Skills Advisory Team, part of the University’s Learning and Teaching Institute, is dedicated to supporting students' learning development in a number of areas; such as numeracy and statistics, time management, academic writing and referencing, critical thinking, and more! We offer a wide range of learning resources and activities, as well as informative guides and videos, all of which are designed to support the development of effective study skills.

Please see individual campus pages for more information on Learning Resources.


Personal Academic Tutor (PAT)

All undergraduates are assigned a Personal Academic Tutor (PAT), who can offer advice and guidance relating to your course. Having a PAT provides a familiar point of contact throughout your studies, and can help you in building course confidence, academic skills and increased awareness of course opporutnites.


For information about any specific support for your studies, please visit our Disability and Inclusion webpage.