There is plenty of support all over campus for so many different issues; there is no need to suffer in silence! Whether it’s a support service or a personal tutoring session with an academic, staff will help you where they can. When it comes to specific academic queries, the academic staff you associate with, taught programmes officer, or your personal tutor would potentially be the best people to speak to. Here are additional services that can help you:
- ASK - Offering support in maths and numeracy; statistics and SPSS; as well as academic writing and study skills. ASK provides workshops, resources and individual advice to help you to develop your academic skills.
- Library - Each college is allocated a subject liaison librarian to support students with accessing and using resources and with referencing and plagiarism. Watch the SLL introductory video to find out more.
- Disability and Dyslexia Service - Expert advice and support is provided for all disabled students.
- Professional Development Centre - Job Shop, placement and career assistance, provide you with key skills for employability.
- Union of Brunel Service - Offers a range of opportunities, from sports clubs to student reps, to aid your personal development outside of your academic course.
- Brunel Language Centre - the Language Centre’s in-sessional programme provided by Brunel International provides expert language and study skills support for international students.
- Chaplaincy - The Chaplaincy is both a place and a team of people that offer opportunities for students and staff to unwind and to explore faith and spirituality.
- Counselling - The Counselling service is available to all students and staff. If you would like to talk about anything, big or small, whether personal, academic or work-related, we’re happy to see you.
Further information and details of more services are found on the Brunel website.