Liverpool John Moores university term dates 2017

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Liverpool John Moores university term dates 2017

Academic Calendar

We know you’re keen to get your hands on your timetables and calendars. So you can plan ahead we have provided  the academic year’s calendar to help you get ahead of the game.

Academic Calendar 16/17 Academic Calendar 16/17 Accessible version

Academic Calendar 17/18 Academic Calendar 17/18 Accessible version

Find out when your scheduled teaching and learning will take place during 2016/2017.

As a new student you will be expected to attend induction sessions before the start of your course. These induction or introductory sessions are not optional; you are expected to attend all activities, unless informed otherwise. So please plan your arrival at the University accordingly. To download your induction timetable, click Step 4. Alternatively, visit this page and type in the name of your course to access important induction and course information.

As an LJMU student you are expected to attend all of your timetabled sessions. The academic timetable for 2017/2018 will be available in September 2017 by logging onto the LJMU student intranet.

Please remember: if you are a new undergraduate and postgraduate student you will need to download an additional timetable covering the first few days of your course. These induction sessions will not be displayed on the University’s Syllabus Plus timetable system.

Liverpool John Moores university term dates 2017

Supporting your studies while at LJMU

We have a wide range of workshops and sessions to help you gain the skills you need to succeed in your studies and in your future career. As a student you are welcome to attend our free workshops, or contact us to arrange an appointment for additional support. We provide guidance and advice in a range of essential academic and personal skills, and aim to help you become a more confident and effective learner. All sessions are FREE and informal, and give you the opportunity to ask questions relevant to your own needs and concerns.

Listed below is a selection of the skills and topics we offer support in:

  • Critical Analysis and Thinking Dissertations – both Undergraduate and Masters
  • Effective Reading
  • Essay Writing – Planning and Structure
  • Exam and Revision Skills
  • Harvard Referencing
  • Maths and Numeracy Support
  • Note taking
  • Presentation Skills
  • Reflective Writing
  • Report Writing
  • SPSS
  • Writing for Academic Purposes
  • IT Skills – including presentations using PowerPoint, data analysis with Excel, getting the most out of Word, and using EndNote to organise your references