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Academic Support

We want you to succeed and get as much as possible out of your time with us, so we provide several academic support services to help you through your degree. The Study Skills and EAP team, within Student Services, can offer a range of support with academic work, personal organisation and study skills.

Study Skills and English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

The Study Skills and EAP team within Student Services can offer support with academic work, personal organisation and study skills. You can book a tutorial with the Study Skills Tutors or EAP Lecturers by dropping into Student Services reception or contacting them by phone or email.

Study Skills

Whether you are new to higher education or are a confident, experienced student – developing study skills can help you feel more confident about your studies and achieve the results you want. Some of the essential skills related to academic study we can help with are:

  • Independent study
  • Critical thinking and writing
  • Essay and dissertation writing
  • Organisation and time management
  • Managing workload

You can book a Study Skills appointment via:
Telephone: +44 1202 363780
Email: studentadvice@aub.ac.uk

You can also join us on Microsoft Teams using the code 61u506v

If you've not used Teams before, log into your Microsoft account with your AUB credentials and click on the Teams icon. Find the 'Join team' button (usually in the top right-hand corner) and insert the code above.

Meet the team

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Julia Kotula

Julia is a Study Skills Tutor...

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Kizzy Beaumont

Kizzy is a Study Skills Tutor...

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Steven White

Steven is the Academic Practice and Development Manager within Student Services...

English For Academic Purposes

1-2-1/small group tutorials for students who speak English as an additional language.

Insessional courses:

  • ‘Language for Academic Study’ course (open to all students)
  • ‘Speakeasy’ online discussion group (open to all students)

'Preparing for Academic Study’ unit on AUB International Foundation Diploma (for IFD students only)

Presessional Courses:

  • 11-week: 6 weeks Academic language + 5 weeks Academic language and skills
  • 5-week: Academic language and skills

Online resources:

Whether you are new to higher education or are a confident, experienced student – developing study skills can help you feel more confident about your studies and achieve the results you want. Some of the essential skills related to academic study we can help with are:

  • Understanding your assignment briefs
  • Managing your time
  • Engaging with your research
  • Planning and structuring your essays
  • Using clear and appropriate grammar and vocabulary
  • Following academic conventions, such as referencing and style
  • Communicating with an audience of tutors and/or peers
  • Following and taking notes in lectures

You can book an EAP appointment via:
Telephone: +44 1202 363780
Email: studentadvice@aub.ac.uk

You can also join us on Microsoft Teams using the code s2ktq7q

If you've not used Teams before, log in to your Microsoft account with your AUB credentials and click on the Teams icon. Find the 'Join Team' button (usually in the top right-hand corner) and insert the code above.

Meet the team

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Emma Lay

Emma is a Lecturer for English for Academic Purposes within Student Services...

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Trevor Herndon

Trevor is a Lecturer for English for Academic Purposes within Student Services...

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Steven White

Steven is the Academic Practice and Development Manager within Student Services...

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