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Personal tutoring at Warwick

Personal tutors are extremely valuable members of the community at Warwick, offering support in various areas of university life. Read this blog by English Language and Literature with Intercalated Year student Abigail Booth about how to make the most of your personal tutor during your studies.

  • Is a two-way conversation, between you and your tutor, focused on your academic experience and development;
  • Provides access to an ongoing face-to-face professional relationship whilst you study;
  • Means you are known by name, and as an individual, by a member of academic staff in your home department;
  • Enables you to draw on your tutor’s expertise about available development and support opportunities;
  • Creates the opportunity for you to become part of the learning community within your department and the wider University.

If you are self-isolating you should inform your personal tutor and follow any advice from them regarding your studies. You should also follow the University guidance for self-isolation and accessing support.