Academic Life Support

Thrive At University

Through 1-2-1, personalised coaching, our Academic Life Support programme will give you the skills, confidence, and knowledge you need to succeed on campus.

Why you need this:

A day in the life of a student at a top university can be exhausting. If you’re not in lectures, studying for exams, or writing papers, there’s the clubs, activities, and trying to maintain some sort of social life. It’s a lot to balance.

But that’s where we can help. Our mentoring packages cover every step of your university journey, from choosing courses to managing stress and adapting to campus culture. You’ll be heading up clubs and winning prizes in no time.

Make the most of your undergraduate

Research finding

Most universities recommend you spend at least 40 hours per week prepping for and participating in classes. But that doesn’t mean you can’t be involved in other areas of campus life.

In fact, it’s essential you have a healthy social life, take up other academic initiatives, and go to networking events. That’s what will set you up for success further down the line.

Meeting Academic Expectations
Feeling that pressure to succeed? We get it. We’ll help you set out your goals, improve your research abilities, and develop essential core skills like organisation and time management. You’ll be getting those top grades in no time.

Managing Everyday Life
Finances, student jobs, university clubs, your emotional well-being…. there’s a lot to get a handle on when you start university. We’ll take you through the basics, one step at a time, and ensure you stay on top of everything.

Personal Growth
Your time at college isn’t just about getting top grades. It’s also a chance to develop as a person. From your teamwork and communication skills to learn how to build new relationships and discover new passions, we’ll help you grow and shine like never before.

Setting Up Your career
As well as improving your networking and job searching skills, we’ll also make sure you get the most out of career fairs, campus visits, travel grants, and other opportunities your university has to offer.