Study skills encompasses the academic and professional skills which enable you to succeed at university.
Study skills includes reading, note-taking, critical thinking, planning, writing, referencing, presentation, revision and examination skills. For law students, they might also include advocacy, negotiation, debating and mooting.
This guide highlights a range of study skills courses, events and books available to law students on transition to university, for assessments and examinations, and for dissertations and theses.
The library has a range of self-study courses to support study skills from library inductions for new students, to support on your PhD journey, to mindfulness and meditation.