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24 September 2023
Arnolfini Arts, 16 Narrow Quay
Trip for international students to Arnolfini and M Shed.
25 September 2023
This workshop will give you tips and practice in how to communicate appropriately with your lecturers.
26 September 2023
What are the expectations for students starting a UK Higher Education course? How do I use sources in my writing and work with other students while making sure my work is my own? This workshop will introduce you to good practices for your studies.
Global Lounge, Room 2P4, P Block, Frenchay Campus
Come along and join us meet people from all around the world whilst enjoying a traditional British afternoon tea.
27 September 2023
This workshop will help you to learn strategies to improve your understanding of the vocabulary used in reading materials, and will give you some practice writing new words in meaningful sentences.
03 October 2023
4D24, Frenchay Campus Library
The main focus of the workshop will be on vocabulary form: pronunciation, parts of speech and word families.
04 October 2023
3C003, Frenchay Campus
Come along to an engaging workshop about some of the common learning issues that students face and strategies for how to work around them.
05 October 2023
2P4, Global Lounge, Frenchay Campus
Come to our global cafe to look for ways to increase your employability skills and get relevant information about working whilst on a Tier 4 student visa.
06 October 2023
Would your studies be easier if you knew more vocabulary? This workshop will outline what you need to know about word meanings. The main focus of the workshop will be on vocabulary meaning: denotation, connotation, synonyms and antonyms.
07 October 2023
M Shed, Princes Wharf
Spend an afternoon than experiencing delicious food with fellow foodies from all around the world!
11 October 2023
Would your studies be easier if you knew more vocabulary? This workshop will outline what you need to know about vocabulary.
12 October 2023
This workshop will help you to write better academic English by exploring the reasons for using caution ('hedging') in your writing, a key feature of academic writing.