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Support with Studies

Support with Studies

Explore the frequently asked questions below to learn more about the services available to you. If you're unable to find the information you need, contact us and we'll ensure your query is directed to the relevant service.

ASK is a service available to all Falmouth and Exeter University students. We offer drop-in sessions and individual support to help with academic work. We also deliver sessions on study skills including reading, research, academic writing and referencing.

The StudyHub website brings together videos and guides to support your studies. It can help you with getting organised, lectures, research, reading and notemaking, digital literacy, critical thinking, minimising stress, written assignments, referencing, presentations, exams and revision. See: 

You can book a 1:1 appointment through our website: Alternatively, email: or call: 01326 370438. 

Yes, you can either amend or cancel the appointment via your appointment confirmation email. Alternatively, email: or call: 01326 370438. If possible, let us know in advance (preferably 24 hours' notice) so that we can make the appointment available to other students.

Even if it is a really rough draft, it is useful for an ASK: Academic Skills advisor to be able to read through a copy of your work beforehand.  Please send your work through at least 4 hours before the appointment to  It is also useful to have a copy of your assignment brief, too.

Yes, help is available if you are not on campus. You can request 'writing advice for distance learners' through our website: Alternatively, email: or call: 01326 370438. 

Yes, we can. However, specialist Study Skills Support is provided by the Accessibility Team. For more information: Alternatively, email: or call: 01326 370460.

ASK: Academic Skills can offer lots of helpful advice regarding editing your work and spotting mistakes. However, we do not offer a proof reading service.

The Info-Perch is a drop-in session for students. ASK: Academic Skills advisors and Academic Liaison Librarians are available to answer your questions. You can drop by for advice regarding dissertations, essay writing, referencing, study skills (ASK) and research questions (Academic Liaison Librarians). See What’s On for the next Info-Perch:

See the StudyHub to find out which referencing style your course uses:

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