The Learning Hub is a range of inclusive services, resources and support to enhance your study skills and meet your learning needs.
Talk to us if you are:
- struggling to present your ideas coherently for an assignment
- wanting to improve your marks
- needing to know how to research and reference information for your assignments
- requiring support with English for academic purposes
- wondering whether you might be dyslexic or have some other learning difference that needs attention.
Support to help you study, including referencing, academic writing, research skills, time management, reading, plagiarism advice and IT.
Peer Assisted Learning
Find out more about Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) including how to get PAL support and applying to be a PAL Leader.
College study support
College-specific extra online study support and one-to-one help tailored for your subject.
Library study skills support
There are a number of ways you can get support from the library, such as talking to us at helpdesks, using our online chat service, booking 1:1s or attending workshops.Library study skills support
Get dyslexia and SpLD support
If you're a student with a Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD), support is available to help you with your studies.
Study needs assessment
Access West of England carries out Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) needs assessments for disabled applicants and students undertaking Higher Education courses at UWE Bristol.
Library services for disabled users
Assistive technology and alternative formats services, library accessibility guides and additional support services.
Learning Hub locations
Talk to the Learning Hub team in our libraries:
Learning Hub at Bristol Business School
Visit us in room 2X247 and 2X247A, Bristol Business School, Frenchay Campus.