If you’re struggling with academic stress, you might find it helpful to:
- Speak with your departmental Wellbeing Adviser, who is there to offer confidential pastoral support and assist you in managing academic concerns, such as mitigating circumstances.
- Speak with your personal tutor or your senior tutor, who are there to offer advice regarding academic matters and guide and support you in handling individual student problems or queries.
- Attend one of our ‘Procrastination to Productivity’ workshops, delivered termly, to help explore reasons you may be struggling to get started with your work and practical tools to help you manage your time.
- Attend one of our ‘Stress Less for Exam Success’ workshops, delivered in November, May, and July before exam periods begin.
- Attend a PhD Reflection Group with the Imperial College Chaplaincy
- Apply for mitigating circumstances if needed
- Attend one of the Library’s Study Skills Workshops
- Speak with an Advice caseworker from the Imperial College Union who provide guidance on university regulations, appeals, mitigating circumstances, academic misconduct, fitness to practice, fitness to study, disciplinaries and issues with your supervisor
- Attend one of the many webinars delivered by the Imperial College Health Centre, on topics such as Enhancing Performance, Concentration, Imposter Syndrome, Preparing for Exams and Procrastination.
- Read the Student minds academic guide .