The University of Worcester offers a package of support to students to improve the quality of their academic writing. Below, you will find information to support you in developing your academic writing.
For guidance on how to improve your academic performance, Firstpoint have developed the following document ‘Improving your academic performance’.
Academic Liaison Librarians
The service provides support with subject-specific referencing standards. To book an appointment, email email@example.com or for more information, click here.
Language Centre - Academic English 1-2-1
This service provides support to improving your use of academic English. To book an appointment and for more information click here.
The Study Skills webpages offer advice to help students to plan and carry out coursework and assessments. For more information click here.
Writer in Residence
RLF Academic Writers in Residence offer confidential, one-to-one advice on academic writing. To book an appointment or for more information, click here.
Library Services at The Hive
The Library Service run Discovery Sessions which are online workshops on a range of subjects including referencing, finding information and evaluating what you find.
The Programme Advisory Service assists students in the planning and registration of their programmes of study. For more information and to book an appointment click here.
Personal Academic Tutor
Your PAT is there to support your academic development and help you face challenges linked to your studies. Find out who you PAT is on your SOLE page.
A Course Rep is a student who represents student academic views and concerns. To speak with a course rep, click here.
Centre for Academic and English Skills (formerly the Language Centre)
Based at the Jenny Lind Building on City Campus, the Centre for Academic and English Skills can give you practical advice on how to improve your English or your skills in other modern foreign languages. You can find more information about what they offer, plus how to book an appointment, on the Centre for Academic and English Skills webpage.
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