What do we do?
The Student Support Team supports the pastoral and academic needs of our diverse student body, including:
- Supporting the academic development of undergraduate and postgraduate students
- Ensuring a learning experience of the highest quality, both at the University and in partner colleges.
- Communicating with students in order to ensure a positive learning experience at CLL
- Academic writing.
- Critical thinking and reading
- Giving presentations
- Plagiarism and referencing
- Using the library
- Your well-being
- Looking after your well-being
- Returning to learning
- Parent and carers support
Technology & E-Learning
- Digital skills mentoring
- Your Warwick email account
- IT training and workshops
Careers and Development
- Careers planning
- CV writing
- Application forms
- Cover letters
- Interview tips
Who we are
Dr Nalita James - Associate Professor - Reader (Teaching Focussed) / Director of Academic Studies
Dr Anil Awesti - Senior Teaching Fellow and Senior Tutor
Anil manages the Student Support Team. His work focuses on supporting the enhancement of students’ teaching and learning experiences, improve students’ academic skills and supporting student progression. Anil also coordinates the Personal Tutor system, complex student cases and liaises with University services to ensure facilities are fully accessible to CLL students.
Elaine Moore - Student Welfare Officer
Elaine offers support and guidance on a number of student issues from practical study advice to managing your time, transitioning to Warwick or coping with issues of confidence and or anxiety around your studies. The aim of the session is unique to the needs of each student and focuses on finding practical solutions. Elaine can also help students' find appropriate specialist services within the University or externally if necessary.
Sam Walton - Student Engagement Coordinator
Sam works closely with student groups and subject teams to encourage and support student feedback. This is alongside creating events and spaces for students to enhance their experience within the Centre, and to raise awareness of the support available for our cohort within the wider University.