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School of Arts and Humanities
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Computing and Engineering
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Education and Professional Development
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Human and Health Sciences
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Music, Humanities and Media
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Contact Applied Sciences
Contact your Academic Tutors via email, email@example.com, or contact them inidividually using the details below.
Telephone: 01484 473289
Telephone: 01484 471879
Telephone: 01484 473049
Contact the School of Arts and Humanities
Whether you are an undergraduate or postgraduate, Academic Skills Tutors in the School of Arts and Humanities are here to help you develop a range of effective study strategies. If you would like to book an individual tutorial with one of the tutors, please email SAH.AcademicSkills@hud.ac.uk.
If you would like to access academic skills support to develop your critical thinking/writing skills, referencing skills and the general structure of your academic assignments, please contact our Academic Skills Tutors via email.
We strongly advise you to book in advance in order to ensure an appointment.
Contact Human and Health Sciences
In the School of Human & Health Sciences, the Academic Skills Development Team (ASDT) provide help and guidance on a range of academic skills.
To arrange an individual or group appointment with one of the ASDT Academic Skills Tutors, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01484 473092
The ASDT Academic Skills Brightspace module provides a range of online academic skills resources and a programme of academic skills support is delivered by the team of Academic Skills Tutors through lunch-time seminars.
Pat and Polly each work three days a week in term time, so there is usually someone available to answer your query. Please email them for details of their regular drop-in sessions (no appointment necessary), or to book a friendly 50-minute appointment.