Supporting your Learning

Our commitment to small group learning, personal tutor office hours and a diverse array of opportunities for feedback and guidance on your progress, means you are only ever one step away from face to face, personalised support.

Are you using Blackboard's study resources ?

Blackboard is a great source of information beyond being somewhere to share coursework with your tutor. The Law School Student Pages provide links to course and exam dates and deadlines, 'how to' guides, student handbooks, key dates and much more. For all students Study Skills offers online and one-to-one advice, whilst Studiosity provides targeted writing and study support for final year studentsLogin and start exploring.

Study Support

For additional information on study support including MyBristol Portal, study spaces, library, study skills, Personal Tutors and more, visit bristol.ac.uk/students/study.

Love your Lecture

Attending lectures is a really important part of your learning experience. Being there means opportunities to ask questions of your lecturer and your peers - of engaging with the content more effectively than relying on a recording. What's more, at Bristol you are taught by academics that are often leading their area of research. Be inspired.  

Supporting Your Exams

The Law School are committed to providing exam support to you in a variety of forms. Find out more about the ways in which we can support you throughout your student career on our Supporting Your Exams page.

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