Coming to university is a time of great change and might bring you challenges. Try these self-help resources to help manage your studies.
Sometimes personal difficulties affect your attendance or ability to complete assessments. You can ask the exam board to take them into consideration by submitting exceptional circumstances.
Talk to the Students' Union's advice and support service or your personal or senior tutor for help and advice on how to do this.
How to manage your studies
A range of apps to help you cope with everyday tasks. Many are free.
- Peer mentoring
Connect with a current Bristol student who is there when you need to talk about your course in general or university life. Open to first-year undergraduates
- Study from home
Helpful tips on balancing work and realistic schedules for independent working. Find out more about how the University's Study Skills team can help with your studies.
- Study Skills
Resources, tutorials and workshops to improve your study skills so you're better prepared for study. Free and open to all students.
Strategies and techniques to help you deal with procrastination.
I don't know what to do after university
If you are anxious about life after you have left university, our careers team offers 30-minute one-to-one appointments for final-year students. The Careers Service also offers support for up to three years after you have graduated. Contact our careers team.
Support for research students
- The Wellbeing Thesis
An all-inclusive informational website to support you through your postgraduate research journey.
- Bristol Students' Union Postgraduate Network
Join the network and become part of the postgraduate community.
- The Thesis Whisperer
A blog dedicated to the topic of doing a PhD and completing a dissertation
Find out what workshops we offer to support you.
This toolkit has practical tips and tools to help you feel settled, support friends and get help if you need it.
Follow the self-enrol link to join. If you don’t see the self-enrol link, you’re already enrolled.