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Information for Students

Personal tutoring at Warwick:

- Is a two-way conversation, between you and your tutor, committed to your academic 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.

Personal Tutoring at Warwick - A Quick 3 Step Guide for Students

1. What is a Personal Tutor: Why do I have one?
2. What can I talk to my Personal Tutor about?
3. How can I get the most out of meetings with my Personal Tutor? 

NOTE

If you have any problems with personal tutoring or need more information, each department has one or more Senior Tutors. Senior Tutors are experienced Personal Tutors within each department, so any difficulties or questions you have can be raised with them in the first instance. Your department will be able to tell you who your Senior Tutor is. Senior Tutors are also supported by Faculty Senior Tutors who work within the Dean of Students Office. You can find out more about the Dean of Students Office on this website. Further details of Warwick Student Support and Development Opportunities can also be found on MyWarwick.

When should I contact my Faculty Senior Tutor (Dean of Students' Office)?