Study support

 

Study support

These pages explain the study support available at NTU and how you can access it. Support can come from both within your course and from specialists outside it.

Studying at university is a rewarding and, at times, challenging experience. A great deal of advice is available from sources such as your course handbook and module handbooks. If you don't understand a particular problem, you should always start by talking to the tutor involved. Find out about the academic support available at NTU.

NTU Online Workspace

Access your course timetable, module information and learning resources. Talk to your peers and tutors.

Library OneSearch

Find a specific book, image, database or journal, searching by title or subject.

Academic Skills


The Library Learning and Teaching Team provides one-to-one guidance, workshops and online support via NOW Help on any aspect of the following:

  • Finding appropriate subject information;
  • Referencing and plagiarism, including RefWorks and Turnitin;
  • Study Skills, such as time management and critical thinking;
  • Dissertation support;
  • Academic writing, including structuring an essay and writing literature reviews;
  • Maths and statistics, including averages, algebra, Excel and SPSS;

 

The best thing is the number of events and resources available to help you through your studies and to get you involved in other activities.
2010 NTU Student Satisfaction Survey