MSkills Writing Programme 2019
This summer we have a bespoke programme of writing events especially for taught postgraduate (PGT) students aimed at helping you through the dissertation process!
Booking will open closer to the time of the events.
4th&5th or 17th&18th July
|Dissertation Boot Camp||2 days of intensive writing|
|Kick Start your Dissertation||1-day Workshop|
Throughout the summer
|Drop in Maths and Stats Support (on Tuesdays and Fridays)||Drop into the library or gateway|
|Throughout the summer||Study Skills Support (such as writing and time planning skills)||
You can sign up for the Kick Start your Dissertation workshops on PDMS (select 'Taught Postgraduate' from the drop down menu on the right). Places are limited, so if you are no longer able to come, please cancel your place as soon as possible to allow someone on the waiting list to attend.
We are very excited to be able to offer two Dissertation Boot Camps this year. This is a 1 and a half day intensive writing event. Participation is by application. More information about the Boot Camp can be found here.
You can book a 1-1 Study Skills appointment here
Statistical Support Drop-in is on a Tuesday at 12 noon - 4 pm, in the Library. Maths and Stats Support Drop-in is on a Friday at 10 am - 2 pm, in the basement of the gateway building.
The Academic Liaison Team are holding one-to-one appointments with students working on their dissertations. They can help with searching for literature and using the Library's databases or give support with referencing software such as Endnote and Mendeley. Please contact them by emailing @University Library with a brief outline of the help you are looking for and your availability.
English as an additional language
If you are a PGT student who uses english as an additional language, there is extra dissertation support available via iELS. The service is available throughout the summer to help you with the process of researching, planning and writing your Masters dissertation, delivered via a workshop programme and through one-to-one tutorials.
You can find more information and booking forms on the iELS Moodle page https://moody.st-andrews.ac.uk/moodle/course/view.php?id=241