Academic Skills Project

The Academic Skills Project provides Undergraduate students with academic skills training specific to their discipline. Programmes of high-quality, interactive workshops are designed and delivered by Postgraduate Researchers in subjects across the Arts and Sciences. In the past, workshops have covered topics including: 

  • Essay planning and writing
  • Report writing
  • Understanding feedback
  • Presentation skills
  • Exam preparation
  • Referencing
  • Preparing for tutorials
  • Finding and analysing sources

Engaging with the Academic Skills Project early in your studies will help prepare you for University study in a way that is specialised to the subjects you are taking. Workshops are a great way to meet fellow students and learn some insider tips from those who have already been through the process.

Each School will run workshops slightly differently, some having online provision while others may only run in-person. Please pay close attention to the delivery method of the workshop you want to attend, as well as the sign up details circulated by the organiser.

If your School is participating in the Academic Skills Project 2023-4, you can find more information and links to workshop programmes below.

If you have any questions, you can get in touch with your School Coordinator or contact CEED.

Schools 2023-4 Programme Contact Coordinator
Art History Semester 1 Art History Meg Dolan
Biology Semester 1 Biology Jacqui Glencross and Zoe Barr
Chemistry Semester 1 Chemistry Ailsa Edward
Classics Semester 1 Classics Meghan Dulsky and Sarah Prince
Computer Science Semester 1 Computer Science Adamu Habu
Divinity Semester 1 Divinity Christopher Whyte
English & Creative Writing Semester 1 English
Semester 1 Creative Writing
Lucy Turton and Nicole Sellew
Film Studies Semester 1 Film Studies Anushrut Ramakrishnan Agrwaal and Lucy Szemetova
History  Semester 1 History Jacob Baxter and Natalie Smith
Geography & Sustainable Development Semester 1 Geography & SD Mengxing Ma
International Relations Semester 1 International Relations Sarah Gharib Seif and Chloe Squires
Philosophy Semester 1 Philosophy Darcey Merison and Petronella Randell
Physics & Astronomy Semester 1 Physics & Astronomy Aswin Sasi
Psychology Semester 1 Psychology & Neuroscience Dean Smith and Teresa Griffin
Social Anthropology Semester 1 Social Anthropology Sharonne Specker

Further information about how to participate will be circulated by your School or you can contact your School Coordinator.

School Coordinator Applications 2023

Recruitment for School Coordinators has closed for the academic year 2023/24.

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