USW Study Skills

Student Development and Study Skills exists to raise aspirations, improve academic performance and develop transferable skills for employment.

We have curated information organised by topic (see below), offer one-to-one appointments, run workshops, offer specialist support for students with disabilities and run peer-to-peer student mentoring schemes.

For help with grammar, punctuation, and all aspects of academic writing.

Algebra, trigonometry, calculus, ... numeracy, maths for nurses, statistics and probability.

Provides guidance on researching, referencing, time management, analysing, and reflecting.

For information on essays, reports, presentations, literature reviews, dissertations and exams.

Using email, editing documents, accessing learning materials and much more.

USW Student Mentoring offers peer-to-peer support  for all students. 

For students with Additional Learning Needs (ALN) or Specific Learning Needs (SpLD).

Study Skills have created a range of useful guides to support students throughout their studies.

Information and guidance on academic misconduct and how to avoid it.