Tutorials and drop-ins

Expert guidance in study skills, mathematics and statistics

The Centre for Academic Development tutors offers tutorials on study skills, mathematics and statistics for Brookes students at all levels from foundation to PhD. For example, we can help you to develop skills in planning and structuring your assignments, developing your academic voice, referencing, time management, reflective writing, interpreting assignment briefs, writing literature reviews and much more.

We do not offer proofreading, but we can help you to develop the ability to be critical of your own work and improve your writing. Similarly we won’t do your maths and stats for you, but we will help you to develop the skills and confidence to succeed.

Limited appointments over summer

We are currently running a very limited service due to staff holidays. We will be closed from Thursday 10 August until Friday 19 August.

How to book an appointment

Student on a laptop

Appointments last up to 40 minutes and should be pre-booked by email or phone.

Face-to-face appointments take place in the Library help Zone on the Headington campus every week day, and also at Swindon on the dates that will be advertised below. You can also see a tutor online using zoom.

To book an appointment

Email: academicdev@brookes.ac.uk

Telephone: 0203 4260116

Make sure you tell us whether you would like an appointment in study skills, mathematics or statistics.

Tell us also whether you would prefer your appointment to be:

Online (via Zoom)

Face-to-Face (Headington)

Face-to-face (Swindon).


Study skills drop-ins (Starting in week 1)

From Monday to Thursday we offer study skills drop-ins on the Headington campus from 12 until 1. No appointment is necessary. 

Students not in Oxford can access the drop in online by requesting a slot by 11.30 on the day of the drop in using our online request form. 

What our students say

“I always come away feeling helped and not judged.”

“Made me feel more confident in thinking for myself.”

“I really appreciate the honesty and constructive criticism.”

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