We're now almost half way through the term, and for many of you it's study week. Study week is a break from lectures and tutorials, a time for you to focus on assignments and any upcoming exams. I would encourage you to use this time wisely to help you to meet upcoming deadlines.
If you need additional support to help you to keep your studies on track, a range of tailored support is available. CeDAS are running 1:1 drop-in sessions including advice from writing specialists
and maths support drop-ins
to help you to ensure you're in the best possible position to be successful in your studies. You can find out more information about skills support and resources on the Skills Gateway.
Many of you have already completed the undergraduate and NSS surveys. If you have, thank you. If you have not yet taken the opportunity to share your thoughts on your experience so far at Royal Holloway, I encourage you to do this now.
If you are studying for a research degree, you will be invited to take part in your survey from today (18 February). Your feedback helps to inform improvements and developments around the College and is a chance for us to gain valuable data to enhance the experience of postgraduate research students. A survey for our postgraduate taught students will also be coming soon. Paul Professor Paul Layzell Principal