Learning Development Centres

Each School in the University has a Learning Development Centre (LDC) which provides academic writing support for home and international students, ICT support, advice on study skills and other academic support and guidance.
The LDCs are inclusive and committed to providing support for all students including those with disabilities or specific learning and teaching needs. 
support and help enhance the learning experience of our students.  Students are welcome to visit the centre to seek assistance related to their studies and may also wish to explore the online resources available here.  Staff can contact LDC on issues relating to support for enhancement of the student learning experience enable students to reach their academic potential and to help improve the academic performance of all students, through support from the School’s Academic Development Tutors.  The Academic Development Tutors, along with other staff members, play an important role for students prior to, and once established on, their programme.Improve the academic performance of all students; Assist students to adapt the unique demands of higher education; Ensure that all students are given the opportunity to maximize their learning experiences and so fulfil their academic potential Offer support for students all through their degree.learning strategy and to provide them with additional academic support. The Centre provides face-to-face and online academic support; through a combination of workshops, small group sessions, one-to-one appointments and tailored teaching within modules. The support available to students is provided in a professional and supportive environment enabling them to develop the skills required to succeed at university.Workshops are delivered throughout the trimester, small group and one-to-one sessions can be arranged by appointment and regular weekly drop-in sessions are offered. Access to the Learning Development Centre is not restricted, it is open late on some evenings during the week to ensure that part-time students and students out on placement can access face to face support when required and benefit from the services available.
Students are welcome to visit the centre to seek assistance related to their studies. Staff can contact LDC on issues relating to support for enhancement of the student learning experience.
The Centre provide face-to-face and online academic support; through a combination of workshops, small group sessions, one-to-one appointments and tailored teaching within modules. The support available to students is provided in a professional and supportive environment enabling them to develop the skills required to succeed at university.

Each School in the University has a Learning Development Centre (LDC) which provides academic writing support for home and international students, ICT support, advice on study skills and other academic support and guidance.

Students are welcome to visit the Centres to seek assistance related to their studies. The Centres provide face-to-face and online academic support; through a combination of workshops, small group sessions, one-to-one appointments and tailored teaching within modules. The support available to students is provided in a professional and supportive environment enabling them to develop the skills required to succeed at university.

Workshops are delivered throughout the trimester, small group and one-to-one sessions can be arranged by appointment and regular weekly drop-in sessions are offered.