Further support and guidance
There is a wide range of academic support available to you at the University in addition to the support offered by Study Zone.
The online tutorial from the Library will help you identify good quality information for your assignments.
If you require further guidance on finding sources for your subject area, you can book an appointment with a Liaison Librarian.
Read about the role of your academic tutor, your key academic point of contact at the university. Your tutor is a named academic contact who you can talk to about your academic, personal and professional development.
Prospective students will find out more information as part of their pre-arrival academic induction MOOC.
The University of Exeter has partnered with Studiosity to provide study support and academic writing feedback for all students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Find out more about Studiosity's services and how to log in.
If you would like to improve your academic writing, you can book a session with the Royal Literary Fund Fellows.
Please note the Fellows are not trained to help with dyslexia or any other condition which would need specialist support, and so students may need to seek extra support elsewhere as well. If English is not your first language, you may like to take advantage of the English language support offered by Insessional.
The Doctoral College stimulates, supports and sustains a vibrant research and intellectual environment across and between disciplines for postgraduate research (PGR) students and early career researchers. It provides a range of training and development opportunities, including research essentials, data analysis & management, careers, research sharing, and writing support.