Study Skills Support


lecturer and student working on a computer

Study skills support is available to all University of Wales Trinity Saint David students who need assistance with their studies.

Refine your study skills and achieve your best from foundation through to postgraduate level. Support is offered with researching, referencing, avoiding plagiarism. academic writing, critical thinking, presentation skills, planning and organisation, and exam revision. This support is designed to supplement but not replace the subject-specific teaching and advice provided by your academic tutors.

Also please note: Study Skills sessions are not proof-reading sessions!

We recognise that emotional support will be essential for you to maintain equilibrium and cope with every aspect of student life; sessions, where this type of support is offered, are identified on the campus timetables.

Distance learning students are also able to access the Study Skills Distance service

Distance Study Skills is for distance learning students only, along with students not able to access campus-based Study Skills sessions

The timetable of Study Skills Sessions is now finished for the current academic year and the new time table will be available in September 2018.

Myddfai Building, Student Services

Study Skills

  • Monday 1pm - 4pm 
  • Tuesday 1pm - 4pm
  • Wednesday 2pm - 5pm
  • Thursday 9am - 12 midday
  • Friday 9am - 12pm

Canterbury Building

  • Monday 12 - 3pm - Julie Davis
  • Tuesday 4pm - 7pm - Blue Powell (Confucius Reading Room 2)
  • Wednesday 10am - 1pm - Lindsay Roberts
  • Wednesday 11am - 1pm  - Ian Humphery (dedicated Assistive Technology session)
  • Thursday 12 -3pm - Kate Butler
  • Thursday 12 - 2pm -Ian Humphery (dedicated Assistive Technology session)
  • Friday 12 - 3pm - Ian Richards

IQ

All sessions IQ Building Room 314

Alex Building

Dynevor

Swansea Business Campus 

  • Monday 9am to 1pm 
  • Friday 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Email: studyskillsdistance@uwtsd.ac.uk
Tel: 01267 676830

Distance Study Skills is for distance learning students only, along with students not able to access campus-based Study Skills sessions