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Multiple skills

All support for academic success

      Use the sessions and resources below to continue developing all of your skills and confidence. Also explore our other topics in the menu above.

All the Skills Services

A-Z of Skills Services
Browse the teams and services that offer skills development opportunities at Sheffield Hallam.

  • Student working on a computer wearing headphones.Assistive Technology
    Guidance on the assistive software available at Hallam, which include practical tools for notetaking, time management, essay structuring and revision.
  • Students working in the STEM atriumDoctoral School
    Training for Postgraduate Research students, including non-credit bearing programmes as well as opportunities aligned to the Researcher Development Framework (RDF).
  • Student talking to an advisorInclusive support
    1-1, practical support sessions for students who identify as having a mental health difficulty, AD(H)D or as being on the autism spectrum. You don’t need a formal diagnosis to access support.  
  • Students working in the library on PCsLibrary Learning and Teaching 
    Subject librarians provide bookable academic skills training sessions, 1:1 advice, and learning materials to build your skills in literature searching, referencing and using academic sources.
  • Close up of hard back booksLibrary Research Support
    High quality information and advisory services to support research students, researchers and research active academic staff and other university colleagues.
  • Student pointing to a graph made in statistical softwareMaths and Stats
    Free individual support for any mathematical or statistical aspect of your course or research. Sessions are open to students of any level or course.
  • Group working space at Adsetts LibrarySkills Centre
    Inclusive academic skills development to all students at SHU. We offer workshops, small group forums and 1-1s for all students to help you to develop your academic skills.
  • Student smilingMoney Skills
    Support for any worries you have and help improve your money skills, enabling you to create your own budget, maximise your income and reduce your spending where possible.
  • Students talking at a conversation clubUniversity English Scheme
    Guidance for multilingual students who have English as a second or other language. These sessions help students develop their academic writing, academic speaking, grammar and more.

Resources for developing multiple skills

Make use of these packages to develop your academic skills - but also browse our topics for many more resources.