Peer assisted study sessions
Peer assisted study sessions (PASS) are weekly student-led study sessions where you can ask questions about course material and student life.
The study sessions are friendly and informal, you can focus on the subject areas you want to work on. PASS is a safe place to ask questions and improve your confidence in your studies.
The sessions are led by PASS leaders, who are trained students from later years of your course.
In 2016 PASS will be available in the following subjects:
- Art History
- Cellular and Molecular Medicine
- Foundation Year in Arts and Humanities
- Liberal Arts
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Theatre, Film and Television.
Benefits of PASS
- a safe place to ask questions,
- gain a deeper understanding of the course material,
- make new friends on your course,
- get practical advice and improve your study skills,
- build confidence in your subject area,
- meet students from later years on your course and learn from their experiences.
If you have any questions about PASS please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peer support at the University is made up of two schemes:
- Peer mentoring
- Peer assisted study sessions
Peer mentoring is only available for new undergraduate students.