A UniSkills welcome to new Manchester St. James’ students!

Our campus at Manchester St. James’ is buzzing all year round – even more so now the new academic year has arrived.

The pavement outside the St James building is full of people all the way down Oxford Street, Manchester.

The first few weeks of University can seem a bit of a blur, with a lot of information to take on board.  This is why UniSkills is here all year round to offer friendly support with all aspects of your academic skills.  It doesn’t matter whether you are a complete beginner, further on in your studies, or nearing the end of your course.

The library at St James, with seating areas and book stacks, a student checking out a book at the self-issue machine near the windows.

Hit the ground running by checking out our web-pages. These are full of useful resources, tips, online tool-kits and guides, from Harvard Referencing to preparing for exams (tip: you probably don’t need to think about this quite yet!).

Manchester St. James’ students can book face-to-face appointments with an academic skills advisor on campus. Our individual UniSkills support can cover whatever you like, whether that’s referencing, searching for literature, looking at a draft, or planning your workload.  It’s up to you.  We are here to help you work towards achieving the best you can in your academic work, so head online to book your own 1-2-1.

The large clock above the main door of the neo-classical entrance to the St James building.

You can also visit the St James’ drop-in every Wednesday 2pm-4pm – no question is too small, and no appointment is necessary.

Friendly UniSkills workshops are also running throughout the year to help you grow your skills in academic writing, Harvard referencing, and preparing for exams. Bookings open 2 weeks before the workshop – book your place online: www.ehu.ac.uk/workshops

Best of luck to all our students and look forward to seeing you soon!