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    Academic Writing and Language Support


    Students are allowed one appointment per week and should book only with their school/faculty.

    Also, discover more with our self-study resources to help you improve your academic writing and language.

    To book an LET tutorial, please select your school/faculty from the list below to go to the relevant calendar on our booking system.

    Key points about One-to-One tutorials

    • They are private
    • They need to be booked in advance
    • They are usually 30 minutes long
    • We offer One-to-Ones for AWL (Academic Writing and Language) and MSN (Maths, Stats and Numeracy)
    • There is very high demand for One-to-One LET Tutorials so please tell us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to change or cancel an appointment. You can do this by email:

    Please note that we do not offer a proof-reading service in One-to-One LET Tutorials - see below.

    Note of caution: Proof-reading

    Please note that we do not offer a proof-reading service. You can certainly bring in drafts of your work to a One-to-One AWL tutorial and the AWL lecturer will look at your work with you. However, s/he will not correct all your work for you - that's your job! Instead s/he will give an overall evaluation of your work, and probably pinpoint various specific issues you can improve, such as structure, organisation, argumentation, criticality, paragraphing, referencing or particular areas of grammar or style.

    • Book an Academic Writing and Language One-to-One tutorial below

      • Business School

      • Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries

      • School of Health and Education

      • School of Law

      • School of Science and Technology

    Writing Advice Drop-in Online

    Coming soon, the LET will be offering online Writing Advice Drop-ins. These sessions will run under the same format as our traditional Drop-ins, where you can receive focused feedback from a LET lecturer on your written work. You can also ask for advice on how to plan your assignment or to analyse assignment brief. Drop-in sessions are designed to offer quick and easy support. If you need more detailed feedback, our lecturers will help you to book a one-to-one tutorial.

    Academic Writing and Language (AWL) Open Workshops

    Through our AWL Workshops, we are here to help you get a head start with the many communicative skills you’ll need to use during your time at Middlesex University.

    We run a variety of AWL workshops from October to March.  During the first term (2020-21), while the campus is not fully open, we are running these workshops online.

    To book a workshop, please look at the descriptions below and use our calendar to book a space.

    • Workshop Descriptions

      • How to get a first

        This workshop aims to put you on the path to getting yourself a top degree from Middlesex. It covers tips for both face-to-face and online learning.

      • Understanding and avoiding plagiarism:

        This workshop will help you understand exactly what plagiarism is, when and how to use references in your work, and how to use and understand Turnitin.  This workshop covers Harvard referencing.

      • Critical Thinking:

        This workshop shows you what “critical thinking” actually is, and provides tips on how to make your reading and writing more analytical.

      • Essay Writing

        This popular workshop will show you how to plan and write a typical academic essay.

      • Report Writing

        This workshop takes a step-by-step approach to report writing, and offers examples to guide you.

      • Reflective Writing

        This workshop shows you what “reflective writing” is, why you’re asked to do it, and how to do it.

      • Writing a Literature Review

        Most Postgraduate students, and many Undergraduate students too, will need to write a Literature Review – and writing one is a challenge for anybody! This workshop will introduce you to the art of writing a top quality Literature Review, including typical structures of a Literature Review and the language you will need to use.

      • How to give presentations

        It can be hard to sound convincing when you speak in front of people. This workshop will help you to develop the skills and knowledge needed to give effective presentations. It will cover face-to-face, online synchronous and online asynchronous presentations.

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