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DAS Study skills sessions

These sessions, will help explain diagnostic reports; identify learning needs; develop study skills and other appropriate coping strategies relevant to disability-related needs; offer support between diagnosis of disability and confirmation of DSA; and provide support for non-funded and international students with disabilities

Key information

Who can participate?: All PU students with a Disability

Suitable for which level?*: All

Will this activity appear on my HEAR?: No

Which graduate attributes will I develop with this activity?

Main skills developed
The critical and creative learner

Other skills developed
The competent and confident professional
The resilient and thriving individual

Is there a cost?
There is no cost for this activity

Further information

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/services/learning-gateway/disability-and-dyslexia/we-can-offer-you-a-range-of-advice-and-guidance

*Levels explained

Level 4 is the equivalent of first stage undergraduate study (e.g, Certificate of Higher Education)

Level 5 is the equivalent of second stage undergraduate study (e.g. Diploma of Higher Education, Foundation degree)

Level 6 is the equivalent of final stage undergraduate study (e.g. Bachelors degree)

Level 7 is postgraduate study (e.g. Masters degree)